[Samba] Samba, ADS and "Failed to verify incoming ticket!"

Buozis, Martynas martynas at ti.com
Fri Apr 8 16:43:18 GMT 2005


I clearly understand what is SAN and what is NAS. I have both here from
EMC. And  our NAS based on Cellera never had NFS outages because of
hardware failures. Also I use two Cisco switches with dual paths on SUN
box (using IP Multipathing) to protect against network failures. So
believe me - NAS in some cases is highly available storage. And, openly,
I see no difference from HA point of view  between NAS and SAN - it only
depends what you use and how you design infrastructure. 

But sorry - this is not advertisement. I simply would like to have
ability and run Samba from NFS, but it looks like this is not option and
at least something should be stored on local disks. Well, I think I can
live with this.

With best regards

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[mailto:samba-bounces+martynas=ti.com at lists.samba.org] On Behalf Of Tony
Sent: Friday, April 08, 2005 5:52 PM
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Subject: RE: [Samba] Samba, ADS and "Failed to verify incoming ticket!"

fre, 08.04.2005 kl. 16.23 skrev Buozis, Martynas:

> For ability to failover from one machine to another in case of 
> hardware failures I put whole SAMBA installation on highly available 
> NAS. Isn't that possible ? I am not trying to run several servers, 
> just have all files on NAS to have ability actually run on any machine
in cluster.

NAS is not SAN. NAS is *not*,necessarily, permanently available. SAN is.

If you want your files to be permanently available, whether through an
Act of God,  or whatever, you might consider SAN with accompanying
backup routines, collocations, etc. I hope that your pocket book is
suitably fat. Because this is going to *squeez* it.


Nothing sucksseeds like a pigeon without a beak ...

mail: tonye at billy.demon.nl
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