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Ankit Gupta explains how to back up and restore NICI keys.
This tool is used to create NSS pool and volume on a particular device, without the need of going through multiple steps from the nssmu utility. This utility initializes the device, allocates half of the device space to a pool and creates a volume in it, all in one step!
Updated: For several years the ability to timestamp objects within iMonitor has been available, but doing so to dozens/hundreds/thousands of objects has never been much fun. As iMonitor is just a web interface scripting interactions with it is fairly easy to do.
Updated: Since the release of eDirectory 8.8.0 support for multiple instances of eDirectory on a single box has been available. Using the ndsconfig and especially the newer ndsmanage tool configuring multiple instances of eDirectory is also very easy to do. One feature that has been missing since that time has been the ability to start/stop multiple instances as easily as one can start/stop the first root-based eDirectory instance of a root-installed eDirectory during startup/shutdown. The time has come to overcome that.
Submitted by: aburgemeister on Wed. 06.09.2010
Filed Under: Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Identity and Security
Topic: Administration, BASH, Linux, Scripting, Tools and Utilities, UNIX
Product: eDirectory, Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise 10, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
How to view the GroupWise Agents log files in real time...
Submitted by: robwillcox318 on Tue. 05.11.2010
Filed Under: GroupWise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, All Tech, All the Time
Topic: Administration, Agents, All-Tech GroupWise, GWIA (GroupWise Internet Agent), Health Reports, Linux, Logging, Migrating GroupWise from NetWare/Windows to Linux, Monitoring, Statistics
Backing up the NICI files using the utility DSBK, using the -e option is back. This article explains how to use the -e option to backup NICI along with the other features of a full backup, incremental backup, and the use of roll forward logs.