Author: Ramdev

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RHEL 6 – ISCSI Administration Series – ISCSI Lun resize

This is second post from the ISCSI administration series ( you can refer the first post here RHEL 6 – ISCSI Administration Series – Configuring ISCSI Server and Client ) . In this post, I will be showing you an hands-on exercise to expand a ISCSI LUN which is already...

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VxVM Troubleshooting – Increasing the Size of Veritas Disk Private Region

    We know that each disk under veritas volume manager  is having some  identification information in it’s private region, so that the disks are readily identifiable irrespective of the machine they are connected.  When we place these disks under Veritas Diskgroups, the VxVM will start writing...

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VCS Learning – I/O Fencing In action [ Video ]

This post is all about the purpose of I/O fencing and how i/o fencing works to avoid the split brain condition?. Normally, I do spend  4 to 6 hours to post a technical article  with complete details, but for this one I have spent lot more...

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VCS Learning : Learn about Cluster Hearbeats

Cluster heartbeat connections are important components of VCS cluster, to allow cluster to work as expected for fail over and failback operations. In this post i will be showing to some basic verification that helps unix admins to confirm the health status of the cluster heartbeats.   Once we have the...

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Happy New Year 2013, Thank You. >

    A year is nearing to end. The year 2012  left me with both tearful and smiling memories.And during all the times,this small tiny site kept me moving in life with a very calm and occupied mind. This site allowed me to interact with brilliant...

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Linux Samba Server integration with Windows Active Directory – Part 2

This is second part of my earlier post “Linux Samba Server integration with Windows Active Directory”. In this post I will be  showing you the procedure to configure the Samba servers with two different shares, one share is having access to only specific samba user whereas...

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