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  1. Hi Ralph, what's in the logs of the other...

    Hi Ralph,

    what's in the logs of the other server? Does it look similar?

    802.3ad between two Linux servers, directly connected, should work (as long as you have only a single bond per server -...
  2. Thread: share a RAM disk

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    yes, SSD was "plan B" :) Thanks for the quick...

    yes, SSD was "plan B" :)

    Thanks for the quick confirmation - and seasonal greetings to all of you! :)

    With regards,
    jmo
  3. Thread: share a RAM disk

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    share a RAM disk

    Hi all,

    I need a fast shared OCFS2 file system, with very low amount of data but some traffic (mostly file locking and a few bytes of update per file per second, on about 40 files). The data is...
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    forget my message - I'm now on my way getting...

    forget my message - I'm now on my way getting some coffein to get back on track ;-) I fully missed the other replies :-D
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    Gr-R, the original poster wrote that the...

    Gr-R,

    the original poster wrote that the system dopped to a command prompt during boot. The system has not even come up yet, so there's no way to "download form the web ui"...
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    The main user base of this forum is international...

    The main user base of this forum is international - so aksing in German might not be the best choice.

    But being a polite netizen, you most probably already knew this as you have searched the other...
  7. Thread: Update Error

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    Paulo, we're running DSS from USB DOMs and...

    Paulo,

    we're running DSS from USB DOMs and have got used to simply switching the DOMs,,, that way, we even have fall-backs in case of massive trouble.

    Updating online has worked for us until...
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    Hi Heinzelrumpel, if none of the DSS built-in...

    Hi Heinzelrumpel,

    if none of the DSS built-in backup clients can connect to your backup server, you'll have to backup like with any other system, via some "client system" outside of DSS :mad: .
    ...
  9. Thread: volume replication

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    Hi butre, first of all: I have no practical...

    Hi butre,

    first of all: I have no practical experience with open-e DSS iSCSI replication.
    second: As far as I known DSS is using DRBD for replication.



    Yes, that's the behaviour I'd expect:...
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    open-e doesn't want anybody to have a closer look...

    open-e doesn't want anybody to have a closer look at what's inside their "Linux distro" and want to protect their configuration mechanisms by keeping the system closed.

    With a bacula agent you can...
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    My similar request (a few months ago) was denied...

    My similar request (a few months ago) was denied because of IP protection reasons. So I doubt they're open to changes in that area.


    Regards,
    jmo
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    James, I'm more a DSS user but your...

    James,

    I'm more a DSS user but your description of the UI matches... the greyed-out LVs are used by iSCSI targets, you need to remove the LV from the target (which may still exist afterwards).
    ...
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    Hi, where do you take the 1% from? If I'm not...

    Hi,

    where do you take the 1% from? If I'm not lacking coffee, the diagram shows load not CPU utilization.

    So the sporadic increase to above 1.0 means that one CPU (more precise: core) is fully...
  14. Patrick, have you tried booting of an USB disk...

    Patrick,

    have you tried booting of an USB disk with DSSv6 on it to see if it can still access the configuration? Or was that stored on the failing disk as well?

    It'd be an easy test, at least....
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    dzjowk, open-e has decided to keep their...

    dzjowk,

    open-e has decided to keep their system closed, so there's no official shell access for customers.

    I once asked to have the included bacula client to be reconfigured so I can use my...
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    Barry, open-e DSS is an open-source-based...

    Barry,

    open-e DSS is an open-source-based closed system - you're not granted direct shell access.

    Regards,

    jmo
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    HAve you checked the network connectivity between...

    HAve you checked the network connectivity between the client and the DSS? ping go through reasnably fast and without packet loss? Could there be any MTU problems between the machines (WAN/VPN links)...
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    Thomas, we had moved our data via the native...

    Thomas,

    we had moved our data via the native protocols via an intermediate machine - FC volumes to FC volumes and NFS to NFS. The intermediate machine was IP- and FC-connected to both DSS servers....
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    Dave, we're using Areca controllers, which for...

    Dave,

    we're using Areca controllers, which for the larger models (you didn't say how many drives you're going to attach) have an extra Ethernet port for out-of-band RAID management including SMTP...
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    webguyz, have a look at ...

    webguyz,

    have a look at

    http://www.mjmwired.net/kernel/Documentation/networking/bonding.txt

    especially mode (802.3ad) and xmit_hash_policy parameter. As you are transmitting between the...
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    sweet_man, the limit I suspected is not...

    sweet_man,

    the limit I suspected is not present. We're accessing more than 31 LUNs since we've fixed the original configuration problem.

    And it's definitely not depending on the number of FC...
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    Hi all, just for the records: Open-E does...

    Hi all,

    just for the records: Open-E does support more than 31 FC target devices - we've had other difficulties.

    And for the curious: For unknown reasons, the LVs we wanted to assign to the FC...
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    more than 31 FC devices?

    Hi,

    I'm experiencing difficulties when assigning devices to fiber channel targets (ie xxx23). I see the assignments in the web interface, but not in fc_target_dump.log. Wouldn't bother me, but I...
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    Hi derkgort, you should consider contacting...

    Hi derkgort,

    you should consider contacting support if you need an answer from Open-E. This forum is mostly for user-to-user communications - AFAIK there's no guarantee for an official response to...
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    Sean, I've been looking into that subject...

    Sean,



    I've been looking into that subject myself and am eagerly hoping and waiting for a way to enable the Bacula client ("fd") on the DSS to communicate with an external Bacula server...
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