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by gushy
2011/05/31 14:27:12
Forum: CentOS 5 - Server Support
Topic: Setting up a *very* relaxed samba config
Replies: 6
Views: 412

Re: Setting up a *very* relaxed samba config

adding uid= and gid = to the fstab line did the trick, although now I'm just hoping that no-one other than apache needs to write to the share!
by gushy
2011/05/30 23:28:05
Forum: CentOS 5 - Server Support
Topic: Setting up a *very* relaxed samba config
Replies: 6
Views: 412

Re: Setting up a *very* relaxed samba config

the passdb setting was default, I hadn't spotted it actually!

Good idea on the symlinking, this is a totally safe, non-domain integrated box so I'm not too concerned about security (plus it's only a temporary box).
by gushy
2011/05/30 14:45:24
Forum: CentOS 5 - Server Support
Topic: Setting up a *very* relaxed samba config
Replies: 6
Views: 412

Re: Setting up a *very* relaxed samba config

I've got SELinux disabled on this box, so it's not that. :-(
by gushy
2011/05/29 19:40:52
Forum: CentOS 5 - Server Support
Topic: Setting up a *very* relaxed samba config
Replies: 6
Views: 412

Setting up a *very* relaxed samba config

Guys, I've got a situation where I would normally use NFS, but cannot. So in it's place I need to use a samba share (even though it's linux -> linux). I need it completely open and world writeable as if I had done an rw in an NFS export. I thought I had it as when logged in as a user I can edit dele...
by gushy
2010/07/07 08:44:01
Forum: CentOS 4 - Hardware Support
Topic: Automount eSATA
Replies: 1
Views: 4283

Automount eSATA

Anyone got any experience with eSATA card and drives? I'm looking to install eSATA cards in two boxes for a client, and both will need to auto mount as these will be used for removable backup purposes.

Any tips, any suggests as to a good eSATA card etc. would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Gushy
by gushy
2007/03/23 11:53:19
Forum: CentOS 4 - General Support
Topic: Clustering Apache / Tomcat / MySQL
Replies: 9
Views: 2135

Re: Clustering Apache / Tomcat / MySQL

That's a lot of useful information thanks! I certainly didn't know that mysql5.1 doesn't require an in-memory database. That's good because I'd be loading a few so it would really build up and although we are spending a lot, server memory isn't cheap, so any costs saved are good. And then I can remi...
by gushy
2007/03/20 08:39:28
Forum: CentOS 4 - General Support
Topic: Clustering Apache / Tomcat / MySQL
Replies: 9
Views: 2135

Re: Clustering Apache / Tomcat / MySQL

Thanks ramos and lgarner, very useful information. I was hoping to avoid MySQL's NDB solution because as you say it has to run in memory, so I will be looking at alternatives. Just running MySQL in failover is my first port of call I think. Then I can test for performance issues and cross the load-b...
by gushy
2007/03/17 13:11:17
Forum: CentOS 4 - General Support
Topic: Clustering Apache / Tomcat / MySQL
Replies: 9
Views: 2135

Re: Clustering Apache / Tomcat / MySQL

Well I'm just getting into this myself, I'm actually building a test system this coming week so I'll let you know how I get on.
by gushy
2007/03/13 16:57:49
Forum: CentOS 4 - General Support
Topic: Clustering Apache / Tomcat / MySQL
Replies: 9
Views: 2135

Clustering Apache / Tomcat / MySQL

Hey Guys, I'm looking for some pointers on clustering Apache / Tomcat / MySQL. I'm looking to deploy two clusters within my company, the aim of one is to provide load balancing & high availability; the other is just designed to provide load balancing. I'm unsure of which will be the best way to go, ...
by gushy
2006/11/28 09:05:33
Forum: CentOS 4 - General Support
Topic: CIFS Mounts with Wrong User
Replies: 5
Views: 277

Re: CIFS Mounts with Wrong User

The credentials are for the admin user on the nslu2 and are readable by root.

Putting uid/gid before credentials didn't help, neither did adding nouser.

:(

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