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SROSeaner Absent Member.
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GWAVA Reload and OES 2 SP1

I am curious if anyone is using GWAVA Reload with OES 2 SP1?

We have ours setup with Linux profiles using NFS exports to backup post offices which all use NSS volumes, and have had server stability issues.

In our environment, we use NSS volumes exclusively for DATA.

Should we be setting up GWAVA Reload using NW profiles such that communication is done with NCP instead of NFS?

Or does it not matter which way? My interpretation is that if the post office is on a linux only file system (such as ext3 or reiserfs) Linux profile is fine, but if it's on NSS volumes, NW profile should be used instead.

-------------------------------------------- Sean [CPA|Net+|Linux+|CNA|CNE|CLA|CLP|NCE-ES] --------------------------------------------
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jmarton2 Absent Member.
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Re: GWAVA Reload and OES 2 SP1

On Tue, 22 Dec 2009 19:56:02 +0000, SROSeaner wrote:

> We have ours setup with Linux profiles using NFS exports to backup post
> offices which all use NSS volumes, and have had server stability issues.


You shouldn't use NFS for anything GroupWise-related. Ever.

Use NCP or Samba/CIFS.


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Joe Marton
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