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You’ve followed all the best practices and documentation. Your eDirectory trees are healthy and replicating with no errors. Time is in synchronization and ndsrepair shows no errors or external references hanging out there.
So, what do you do when eDirectory gets a request to remove 20,000 members from a group and replicates the change to all of the replicas?
Submitted by: mfaris01 on Tue. 12.14.2010
Filed Under: Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, SUSE Linux Enterprise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Open Enterprise Server Cool Solutions, All Tech, All the Time
Topic: Administration, All-Tech OES, Backup/Restore, Cleanup, Command Line, Disaster Recovery, eDirectory, Groups, iManager, Importing-Exporting / ICE/ LDIF, Linux, Objects, Partitions, Scripting, Trees and Containers, Troubleshooting
Product: eDirectory, Linux, Open Enterprise Server, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
There are scenarios where Adding a Node That Was Previously in the Cluster will fail when following the Online Documentation. The steps in this article provide a valid workaround to the issue.
After the complete failure of a server system administrators quickly understand that time is indeed money. With SEP sesam Bare System Recovery you can restore a server with operating system and all adjustments as well as all files quickly and relaxed only using a CD, even on different hardware.
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.
Getpass 2.1 - Universal Password Retrieval Utility **UPDATED**
This Linux utility retrieves a user's password from eDirectory and displays it in plain text. This tool has been updated to work on all versions of SLES without library conflicts.
First National Bank in Hermitage, Pennsylvania turned to their Reload system when the GroupWise server failed. Not only did Reload get their email back up and running in minutes, but they use it every day to recover lost emails. “Reload is a great product. It meets our needs and, unlike most products, it has the ability to grow with our company,” says Brian Diegan - VP Network Services, First National Bank.