secrets.tdb - byte order independent? (SPARC/INTEL)
paulg at cs.yorku.ca
Wed Mar 10 13:31:08 GMT 2004
Just on more last question on the NFS issue. Assume I have all my tdb on
the local drive will the following work or be okay.
server1 - Linux based NAS (type device) exporting it's local disk via NFS
server2 - Linux based server running Samba sharing out shares NFS mounted
Am I still asking for problems? What kind of problems have people seen out
there? What technical reasons/issue would cause problems here? Does Samba
and NFS play well together (other than tdb) ?
Many thanks for all the help.
On Tue, 9 Mar 2004, Volker Lendecke wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 08, 2004 at 05:02:56PM -0800, Jeremy Allison wrote:
> > You are asking for problems. Don't put tdb's on an nfs share
> > at all (IMHO).
> I'd be a *lot* more strict about that. When talking Linux, use ext3 for the
> tdb's. Reiser is known to destroy them. No idea about XFS and JFS, but ext3 is
> known to be good.
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