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OES or 3.6?

So I need to upgrade my iFolder server. And was wondering about what others
thought. Should I go with and install an OES server with that version of
iFolder or pop in a new server and install 3.6?

Waiting for OES 2 is not really an option at this point. My current server
has gone unstable. I was hoping to either install iFolder on a Windows
server or another server that will integrate into eDir. Not sure if my
current licensing gets me SLES, haven't looked.

Thanks
Jordack


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Re: OES or 3.6?

Jordack wrote:
> So I need to upgrade my iFolder server. And was wondering about what others
> thought. Should I go with and install an OES server with that version of
> iFolder or pop in a new server and install 3.6?


I would go for 3.6. In my testing of iFolder 3 that ships with OES, it
is not usable in production as iFolder works for "a while" then goes
bonkers and starts refusing to sync, or claims there are conflicts when
there are not, etc. I've heard much more positive things about 3.6, even
though I haven't used it yet.


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Jim
Support Sysop
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Re: OES or 3.6?

In article <YgG0i.6707$%D1.4833@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, Jordack wrote:
> So I need to upgrade my iFolder server. And was wondering about what others
> thought. Should I go with and install an OES server with that version of
> iFolder or pop in a new server and install 3.6?
>

If by OES, you mean NetWare OES, be aware that iFolder 3.x will not run on
NetWare.

3.6 is working for me on SLES 10, OES2 (beta). I've not tried iFolder on a
Windows server at this point.

Craig Johnson
Novell Support Connection SysOp

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