Robert Richmond | 1 Oct 11:43 2007
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Re: Video storage

Thanks Ben. 

We have just upgraded to a CX300 due to our array running out of space.
Its been a good exercise so far ... :-) .

Our CX200 was maxed out as well. Hence the upgrade. We are now using
VMWare to virtualise our environment.
All seems to be working well so far.

I might get the trial version and see how it goes first. It would be
good to have a universal format I am sure.

Robert Richmond

M.IT, B.Sc, MCP, CNA, CompTIA A+, HDA
IT Manager Operations
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Robert Richmond | 1 Oct 11:50 2007
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Re: Bear Solutions

Hi Jon,

We are running PCounter. After some problems with it bringing everything
down last year, we have got it working well now.
Sorry I can't help.

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Jon Smith | 2 Oct 07:51 2007
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LDAP User Rights

Hi All,

I am doing some scripting to update user account balances from an
external database using LDAP and want to lock down the user as much as
possible.

I have setup a user that is capable of updating the Account Balance
only, but am having troubles allowing this user to search the tree.

When i bind anonymously i can search for (cn=smithj) and get a result,
when i bind with this limited rights user i get no results.

I have given the user Compare and Read rights to the Attributes and
Browse rights to the entry rights, full rights to the accountBalance
attribute on the entire tree.

Any help would be grateful.

Thanks,

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Jason Parlevliet | 3 Oct 02:51 2007
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licensing

Hi there

I upgraded a server from NW6 to 6.5 on Tuesday morning, I've just noticed that when you run version, it
currently says "server License : Novell Netware 6 Server 650 Not Acquired"

If I look at my MLA license objects, the 6.5 license is there, has the other 6.5 server attached to it and says
unlimted available. However the Netware 6 license doesn't show the newly upgraded server.  Is it in Limbo somewhere?

Now it's still running and doing everything it should, so it's not a panic yet, but I'm concerned that may
cause bad things to happen some time soon. Does the server just attach itself to the license some time over
the next few days, or have a missed a step or something?

TIA
Jase

Jason Parlevliet | 3 Oct 05:21 2007
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Fixed Re: licensing

Licensing shows up now. Apparently the answer was either that yeah, it'll pick up the license when it feels
like it, or the license is like Schrodinger's Cat and I had to look at it to resolve it.

Jase

Jon Smith | 3 Oct 06:01 2007
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Re: LDAP User Rights

Any ideas on this one. Maybe a direction for me to look.

Thanks,

Jon

>>> "Jon Smith" <smithj <at> mbc.qld.edu.au> 02/Oct/2007 3:51 pm >>>
Hi All,

I am doing some scripting to update user account balances from an
external database using LDAP and want to lock down the user as much as
possible.

I have setup a user that is capable of updating the Account Balance
only, but am having troubles allowing this user to search the tree.

When i bind anonymously i can search for (cn=smithj) and get a result,
when i bind with this limited rights user i get no results.

I have given the user Compare and Read rights to the Attributes and
Browse rights to the entry rights, full rights to the accountBalance
attribute on the entire tree.

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Thanks,

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Ben Davis | 3 Oct 09:13 2007
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Re: XEN, iSCSI etc .. whew

Bring on the CoolSolution Mike! :-) Well done.
 
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>>> "Michael Mollard" <MolM <at> cvxmck.edu.au> 10/09/2007 11:54 am >>>
Hi guys,
After about 7 days, of various builds, research, (and more than a few interruptions), I think I finally have a functioning XEN configuration.

For those who are interested, here are the running specs.

Dell Poweredge 1950
Quad Core XEON 1.8Ghz
16GB Ram
2 x 146GB SAS (mirrored)
Dual Broadcom onboard 1GBe
Dual Intel GBe (PCI)

iSCSI SAN
Proware
8 x 250GB SATA drives
2 x 1GBe

Running SLES10SP1 on the PE1950, built onto the local 146GB drive
Setup Network bonding, so all 4 network cards are running and failover
Setup iSCSI Initiator and mounted a 200GB target under /var/lib/xen/images

Booted into XEN kernel
Created a XEN VM running SLES10SP1, image living on the SAN (in /var/lib/xen/images/)
Configured the XEN VM to also use the network bonding, so all 4 LAN connections are failover from within the XEN VM.

I now have a web server running up on the VM, and it appears to be functioninal etc.

As I said, lots of research, and quite a bit of tweaking.  YAST2 is nice, but doesn't really cut it when it comes to network bonding.  Also XEN needs some config file editing to get it playing properly with bonding.

If anyone is interested, I'm happy to try and supply some information to help others.  Maybe it's a Cool Solution waiting to be written :-)

Cheers.




Michael Mollard
Information Systems Administrator
molm <at> cvxmck.edu.au
Clairvaux MacKillop College
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<br><br>&gt;&gt;&gt; "Michael Mollard" &lt;MolM <at> cvxmck.edu.au&gt; 10/09/2007 11:54 am &gt;&gt;&gt;<br>Hi guys,<br>After about 7 days, of various builds, research, (and more than a few interruptions), I think I finally have a functioning XEN configuration.<br><br>For those who are interested, here are the running specs.<br><br>Dell Poweredge 1950<br>Quad Core XEON 1.8Ghz<br>16GB Ram<br>2 x 146GB SAS (mirrored)<br>Dual Broadcom onboard 1GBe<br>Dual Intel GBe (PCI)<br><br>iSCSI SAN<br>Proware<br>8 x 250GB SATA drives<br>2 x 1GBe<br><br>Running SLES10SP1 on the PE1950, built onto the local 146GB drive<br>Setup Network bonding, so all 4 network cards are running and failover<br>Setup iSCSI Initiator and mounted a 200GB target under /var/lib/xen/images<br><br>Booted into XEN kernel<br>Created a XEN VM running SLES10SP1, image living on the SAN (in /var/lib/xen/images/)<br>Configured the XEN VM to also use the network bonding, so all 4 LAN connections are failover from within the XEN VM.<br><br>I now have a web server running up on the VM, and it appears to be functioninal etc.<br><br>As I said, lots of research, and quite a bit of tweaking.&nbsp; YAST2 is nice, but doesn't really cut it when it comes to network bonding.&nbsp; Also XEN needs some config file editing to get it playing properly with bonding.<br><br>If anyone is interested, I'm happy to try and supply some information to help others.&nbsp; Maybe it's a Cool Solution waiting to be written :-)<br><br>Cheers.<br><br><br><br><br>Michael Mollard<br>Information Systems Administrator<br>molm <at> cvxmck.edu.au<br>Clairvaux MacKillop College<br>Brisbane Australia.<br><a href="http://www.cvxmck.edu.au/">http://www.cvxmck.edu.au</a><br><br>Direct - 07 33479233 <br>Phone - 07 33479200<br>Fax&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; - 07 33479211<br><br><br>_______________________________________________<br>NovellSchools mailing list<br>NovellSchools <at> lists.redlands.qld.edu.au<br><a href="http://lists.redlands.qld.edu.au/mailman/listinfo/novellschools">http://lists.redlands.qld.edu.au/mailman/listinfo/novellschools</a><br>
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Robert Richmond | 3 Oct 09:37 2007
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Wireless

Hello all,

We have just installed Wireless in two buildings and would like to know
if anyone else might have a solution in place already for a problem we
have.

At the moment, if we onto the network using the Microsoft software, it
presently asks you for your username and password (correctly so) and
then lets you onto the network. We then use the Novell software to log
on to get the drives mapped.

If you then log off from the wireless network and reconnect, you are
not presented with any login window for the wireless part. It simply
logs you on using the existing username and password it was provided
with last time.  

This will not work, as we require staff and students to be able to log
onto the network providing them with a different network privileges via
the LDAP Server.
We have downloaded Intels solution which works a little better (It asks
each time, but has no easily accessible disconnect button, and has a
Domain name in the middle of the username and password field).

Has anyone using Novell set up wireless before? What software solution
did you choose for laptops to log onto the network with?

Any pointers on software we might try would be appreciated.

Thanks.

Robert Richmond

M.IT, B.Sc, MCP, CNA, CompTIA A+, HDA
IT Manager Operations
Redlands College
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Wellington Point
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Phone: 07 3286 0271
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Re: Wireless

Hi Robert,
 
For our wireless setup we secure it with a WPA PSK. The key is our security and remains unknown to users.
Once it is installed the user boots up the laptop as per usual and uses Novell Client.
We are in the process of VLANing the wireless network into its own subnet to improve roaming between buildings. When students come on board I plan to firewall the wireless network and treat it like untrust with access to be similar as it is from home.
Regards
Seamus

>>> "Robert Richmond" <RRichmond <at> redlands.qld.edu.au> 3/10/2007 5:37 pm >>>
Hello all,

We have just installed Wireless in two buildings and would like to know
if anyone else might have a solution in place already for a problem we
have.

At the moment, if we onto the network using the Microsoft software, it
presently asks you for your username and password (correctly so) and
then lets you onto the network. We then use the Novell software to log
on to get the drives mapped.

If you then log off from the wireless network and reconnect, you are
not presented with any login window for the wireless part. It simply
logs you on using the existing username and password it was provided
with last time. 

This will not work, as we require staff and students to be able to log
onto the network providing them with a different network privileges via
the LDAP Server.
We have downloaded Intels solution which works a little better (It asks
each time, but has no easily accessible disconnect button, and has a
Domain name in the middle of the username and password field).

Has anyone using Novell set up wireless before? What software solution
did you choose for laptops to log onto the network with?

Any pointers on software we might try would be appreciated.

Thanks.




Robert Richmond

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IT Manager Operations
Redlands College
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Good stuff Michael.
 
We are also working on Xen. Installed and up but it will NOT run two Win2003 servers on the same box. They are there but there is a conflict between them. Also seems there is a 'known issue' with W2003 as it cannot use more that 1 [ONE] core concurrently. 'Has been reported to engineering'.
 
WAITING!     Mortein has not worked ;)
 
Regards

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switch 07-5586-1000
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>>> "Michael Mollard" <MolM <at> cvxmck.edu.au> 10-Sep-07 11:54 am >>>
Hi guys,
After about 7 days, of various builds, research, (and more than a few interruptions), I think I finally have a functioning XEN configuration.

For those who are interested, here are the running specs.

Dell Poweredge 1950
Quad Core XEON 1.8Ghz
16GB Ram
2 x 146GB SAS (mirrored)
Dual Broadcom onboard 1GBe
Dual Intel GBe (PCI)

iSCSI SAN
Proware
8 x 250GB SATA drives
2 x 1GBe

Running SLES10SP1 on the PE1950, built onto the local 146GB drive
Setup Network bonding, so all 4 network cards are running and failover
Setup iSCSI Initiator and mounted a 200GB target under /var/lib/xen/images

Booted into XEN kernel
Created a XEN VM running SLES10SP1, image living on the SAN (in /var/lib/xen/images/)
Configured the XEN VM to also use the network bonding, so all 4 LAN connections are failover from within the XEN VM.

I now have a web server running up on the VM, and it appears to be functioninal etc.

As I said, lots of research, and quite a bit of tweaking.  YAST2 is nice, but doesn't really cut it when it comes to network bonding.  Also XEN needs some config file editing to get it playing properly with bonding.

If anyone is interested, I'm happy to try and supply some information to help others.  Maybe it's a Cool Solution waiting to be written :-)

Cheers.




Michael Mollard
Information Systems Administrator
molm <at> cvxmck.edu.au
Clairvaux MacKillop College
Brisbane Australia.
http://www.cvxmck.edu.au

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<div>Regards<br><br>John Glennie CNE B.Agr.Sci<br>Network Engineer<br>Marymount College<br>0439-798-507<br>direct 07-5586-1091<br>switch 07-5586-1000<br>fax 07-5576-2511<br>jglennie <at> marymount.qld.edu.au<br><br><br>&gt;&gt;&gt; "Michael Mollard" &lt;MolM <at> cvxmck.edu.au&gt; 10-Sep-07 11:54 am &gt;&gt;&gt;<br>Hi guys,<br>After about 7 days, of various builds, research, (and more than a few interruptions), I think I finally have a functioning XEN configuration.<br><br>For those who are interested, here are the running specs.<br><br>Dell Poweredge 1950<br>Quad Core XEON 1.8Ghz<br>16GB Ram<br>2 x 146GB SAS (mirrored)<br>Dual Broadcom onboard 1GBe<br>Dual Intel GBe (PCI)<br><br>iSCSI SAN<br>Proware<br>8 x 250GB SATA drives<br>2 x 1GBe<br><br>Running SLES10SP1 on the PE1950, built onto the local 146GB drive<br>Setup Network bonding, so all 4 network cards are running and failover<br>Setup iSCSI Initiator and mounted a 200GB target under /var/lib/xen/images<br><br>Booted into XEN kernel<br>Created a XEN VM running SLES10SP1, image living on the SAN (in /var/lib/xen/images/)<br>Configured the XEN VM to also use the network bonding, so all 4 LAN connections are failover from within the XEN VM.<br><br>I now have a web server running up on the VM, and it appears to be functioninal etc.<br><br>As I said, lots of research, and quite a bit of tweaking.&nbsp; YAST2 is nice, but doesn't really cut it when it comes to network bonding.&nbsp; Also XEN needs some config file editing to get it playing properly with bonding.<br><br>If anyone is interested, I'm happy to try and supply some information to help others.&nbsp; Maybe it's a Cool Solution waiting to be written :-)<br><br>Cheers.<br><br><br><br><br>Michael Mollard<br>Information Systems Administrator<br>molm <at> cvxmck.edu.au<br>Clairvaux MacKillop College<br>Brisbane Australia.<br><a href="http://www.cvxmck.edu.au/">http://www.cvxmck.edu.au</a><br><br>Direct - 07 33479233 <br>Phone - 07 33479200<br>Fax&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; - 07 33479211<br><br><br>_______________________________________________<br>NovellSchools mailing list<br>NovellSchools <at> lists.redlands.qld.edu.au<br><a href="http://lists.redlands.qld.edu.au/mailman/listinfo/novellschools">http://lists.redlands.qld.edu.au/mailman/listinfo/novellschools</a><br><br>-- <br>This message has been scanned for viruses and dangerous content by the BCEC Security Gateway, and is believed to be clean. Brisbane Catholic Education however gives no warranties that this e-mail is free from computer viruses or other defects. Except for responsibilities implied by law that cannot be excluded, Brisbane Catholic Education, its employees and agents will not be responsible for any loss, damage or consequence arising from this e-mail.<br><br><br>
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