mattlong1 Absent Member.
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Vibe file repository on NSS volume?

Has anyone figured out how to set up Vibe to use a file repository on an NSS volume? Or how to change to file repository location post install?

I made the mistake of specifying /media/nss/VOL1/teaming as my file repository during the initial installation and now either need to change the location or make it work as is.

I'd be willing to remove Vibe completely and start again if someone knows a way to proceed with that.
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TSchmauch Absent Member.
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Re: Vibe file repository on NSS volume?

We moved our content from a local disk to the NAS. I'm looking at my notes, here are the steps we used:
- Setup NAS share and copied archivestore and filerepository folders from current repository to NAS share.
- Gave the user teaming was setup as full rights to the files (we are using Linux) and change ownership to match if needed.
- Run the installer and choose reconfigure. In my notes I have written to modify the path to the repository in the install.xml file. I'm not sure if that was a necessary step.
- Do a full re-index.

I'm not sure if this is the best or most efficient way to do it, but it worked for us.

Tom
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gribar Absent Member.
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Re: Vibe file repository on NSS volume?

My experience has been that the easiest thing to do is to modify the ssf-ext.properties file (in web-inf/classes/config) and restart it.

Gary
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