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fault tolerant server on SLES?

Hi,

How would you go go about setting up a fault tolerant suse file server? Id like to mirror the edirectory and the primary NSS shares to another server. Is there a suse equivalent method of widows server active directory replication and distributed file system? Currently running SLES 10 SP3.


Thanks
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You say SLES but you've posted in OES ... which is it?

But as a general answer clustering is probably what you're looking for.

Andrew C Taubman (Sorry, support is not provided via e-mail) Opinions expressed above are not necessarily those of Micro Focus.
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On 20/03/2014 23:16, ataubman wrote:

> You say SLES but you've posted in OES ... which is it?


I suspect OES since eDirectory and NSS also mentioned. Perhaps at0mic
can post the output from "cat /etc/*release" so we know.

> But as a general answer clustering is probably what you're looking for.


If OES then look at Novell Cluster Services but if SLES then High
Availability Extension.

HTH.
--
Simon
Novell Knowledge Partner

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