Hi,I got a problem when I trying to get lock from NetApp NFS.The NFS client is centos6.0, NFS v3. The NFS server is NetApp.The NFS client is a virtual machine running on Xe... [by zhjt80]
on 12/28/2012 – Made popular on 12/28/2012
If I'm running VMWare 5.x on FC  LUNs presented from a Netapp running ontap 8.x in 7 mode, what steps should I take to ensure that the VMs can withstand a worst possible case cluster node failover? HBA settings? ESX settings? Modifications to the VMs' settings?
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I'm trying to mount a Kerberos authenticated NFS share on a CentOS 6.4 machine. I have tried exporting the protected share from both another CentOS 6.4 machine and from our NetApp with the same results.
The CentOS machines and the NetApp are all joined to our Active Directory (2012) domain. I can SSH in to the CentOS machines using AD credentials. Tools such as kinit, msktuil, etc work.
we want to change files on the netapp, and on every change of the files - the debian machine duplicate the files to two another shares.
Because of the duplication method (lsync), we need to mount samba share (of the netapp storage) and reshare it with samba, and we are doing all the changes from the share of the linux machine instead of the netapp.
the problem is that sometimes at some tree level