1.4 What’s New or Changed in OES 11

Novell Open Enterprise Server 11 addresses the number one customer request: support for Open Enterprise Server with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11.

Product-level changes include the following:

Service-specific changes are summarized in the following sections.

Service-specific changes are summarized in the following sections.

1.4.1 AFP

Mac clients(10.5.x or later versions) can authenticate to AFP server using DHX2 authentication mechanism.

1.4.2 Archive and Version Services

The Archive and Version Services service has been modified to run on OES 11. There are no other changes in the OES 11 release of Archive and Version Services.

1.4.3 CIFS

This section describes enhancements and changes to Novell CIFS for Novell Open Enterprise Server (OES) 11.

Detection of Cluster Resources/Volumes/Shares upon CIFS Restart

It is now possible to restart CIFS service in a cluster setup when cluster resources are active.

Monitoring Running Status of CIFS Server

You can now use the monitor command with the rcnovell-cifs script to check the CIFS server status. When rcnovell-cifs monitor is invoked, it returns the status of CIFS if it is already running otherwise (dead/not running) it starts a new instance and returns the status. For more information, see Configuring CIFS with Novell Cluster Services for an NSS File System in the OES 11: Novell CIFS for Linux Administration Guide.

Large Number of Open Files Support

Novell CIFS will now be able to increase the file id pool size from 65k to 600k. In addition, you can also dump file handle statistics and directory cache statistics. For more information, see Enabling CIFS File Id Pool and Dumping File Handle Statistics in the OES 11 SP1: Novell CIFS for Linux Administration Guide.

Blocking Invalid User Authentication Requests

Novell CIFS will now be able to cache the invalid user logins for a specific timeout period. Further authentication requests from the same user name will be ignored based on the configured timeout period. For more information, see Enabling Invalid User Caching in the OES 11 SP1: Novell CIFS for Linux Administration Guide.

1.4.4 Distributed File Services (DFS)

The Novell Distributed File Services in OES 11 has been modified to run on 64-bit SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11 SP1. In addition to bug fixes, OES 11 provides the following enhancements and changes for file systems management:

Setting the [Public] Trustee for a Distributed File Services Junction in iManager

The Distributed File Services plug-in for iManager was modified to allow the [Public] trustee to be selected as a trustee of a junction.

1.4.5 DNS and DHCP

Novell Domain Name System (DNS) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) services have been modified to support Novell Open Enterprise Server 11. In addition, the following enhancements have been added:

What’s New in DHCP

What’s New in DNS

  • iManager Plug-in Support: iManager plug-in support for DNS is no longer available. DNS services can be managed only by using the Java Console.

1.4.6 Domain Services for Windows

Novell Domain Services for Windows (DSfW) service was modified to support Novell Open Enterprise Server 11. In addition, the following enhancements are added:

  • Samba Package: The base Samba package and it’s related rpm’s are replaced by novell-oes-samba.

1.4.7 Dynamic Storage Technology

Novell Dynamic Storage Technology was modified to support Novell Open Enterprise Server 11. In addition to bug fixes, the following enhancements were added since the OES 2 release:

1.4.8 File Systems and Storage

1.4.9 Install

  • Novell Linux Volume Manager (NLVM) replaces the Enterprise Volume Management System (EVMS).

  • Rug and Zen-updater are now replaced with zypper and PackageKit.

  • OpenWBEM has now been replaced with Small Footprint CIM Broker (SFCB) as the Web-Based Enterprise Management system.

1.4.10 iPrint

This section describes enhancements and changes to Novell iPrint for Novell Open Enterprise Server (OES) 11 SP1.

  • Novell iPrint now runs on the OES 11 SP1 platform. Novell iPrint supports the SLES 11 base completely, along with its enhancements and hardware for its lifecycle.

  • Novell secure printing and iPrint Client Management features can now function without the Novell Client component. Users working on Windows / Active Directory environments now can have ICM and shared login abilities with or without the Novell Client.

  • Print driver transfer methods in iPrint Migration have been improved, and dependencies on other stacks have been reduced to increase reliability and robustness. iPrint Migration has also been enhanced in areas such as Print Driver transfer and Driver Platform selection.

  • The iprintman utility now runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux clients, and has been rewritten to use the Java IPP libraries for performing various operations.

    NOTE:This feature is under development and might not function as expected in all cases. Novell plans to complete development in a future OES release.

Novell iPrint in OES 11 SP1 has been modified to run on 64-bit SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11 SP2. In addition to bug fixes, iPrint provides the following enhancements and behavior changes in the OES 11 SP1 release:

You can download iPrint Clients from the OES 11 SP1 welcome page or from the iPrint Printer List web page. You can download the latest version of the iPrint Client from the iPrint Client download site.

iPrint Windows Client

A new version of the iPrint Client 5.94 is available for Windows XP/Vista/Win 7/Win 8/Win 8.1.

iPrint Macintosh Client

A new version of the iPrint Client for Macintosh 5.74 is available for Mac OS X 10.7 and later. The 5.74 client includes support for Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks).

Direct Print Accounting for iPrint Macintosh Client

You can now perform accounting operations for iPrint Direct Printers on the iPrint Mac Client 5.74.

1.4.11 Linux POSIX Volumes

The NLVM and NSSMU management tools support Linux POSIX volumes on OES 11 running on 64-bit SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11 Service Pack (SP) 1.

Creating Linux Volumes with NSSMU and NLVM Commands

For Novell Open Enterprise Server (OES) 11 servers, the Novell Storage Services Management Utility (NSSMU) and the Novell Linux Volume Manager (NLVM) commands allow you to create, mount, and delete the following Linux POSIX storage objects:

  • Linux POSIX volumes (non-LVM volumes)

  • Linux Logical Volume Manager 2 (LVM2) volume groups and LVM logical volumes

  • Shared Linux Clustered LVM (cLVM) volume groups and logical volumes that are cluster-enabled with Novell Cluster Services

Linux Volume Support in SLES 11 SP1

For information about Linux volume support changes in SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP1, see What’s New in SLES 11 SP1 in the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Storage Administration Guide.

Linux Volume Support in SLES 11

For information about Linux volume support changes in SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11, see What’s New in SLES 11 in the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Storage Administration Guide.

1.4.12 Linux User Management

The LUM service has been modified to run on OES 11. There are no feature changes in the OES 11 release of LUM.

1.4.13 Migration Tool

NOTE:Starting with OES 11, migration of data from Windows to OES is no longer supported by the Migration Tool.

The Migration Tool in OES 11 has been modified to run on 64-bit SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11 SP1. In addition to bug fixes, Migration Tool provides the following enhancements and behavior changes:

Supervisory Rights for Container Admin

To perform transfer id using container admin, the container admin must have supervisory rights on the container he or she exists.

Common Proxy Repair Script

A new proxy script mignwproxy.sh is added to repair common proxy on OES 11 server.

1.4.14 NCP Server

This section describes enhancements to the Novell NCP Server for Novell Open Enterprise Server (OES) 11.

  • LOCK_RANGE_MASK parameter introduced to acquire a lock above the 0x7fffffffffffffff region limitation set by Linux files system. For more information about LOCK_RANGE_MASK, see Locks Management for File Access on NCP Server in the OES 11: NCP Server for Linux Administration Guide.

  • Included AUDITING_SUPPORT parameter to indicate whether auditing support is enabled for NCP.

  • Included LOG_LOCK_STATISTIC parameter that will display a message in the ncpserv.log file if the NCP volume lock is held for more than the configured time.

  • An upgrade to NetIQ eDirectory 8.8 SP7 is available in the April 2013 Scheduled Maintenance for OES 11. For information about the eDirectory upgrade, see TID 7011599 in the Novell Knowledgebase.

    There will be no further eDirectory 8.8 SP6 patches for the OES platform. Previous patches for NetIQ eDirectory 8.8 SP6 are available on Novell Patch Finder.

1.4.15 NetStorage

NetStorage has been modified to run on OES 11. There are no other changes in the OES 11 release of NetStorage.

1.4.16 Novell Cluster Services 2.0

Novell Cluster Services 2.0 supports OES 11 services and file systems running on 64-bit SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP1. In addition to bug fixes and performance improvements, it includes the following changes and enhancements:

EVMS Is Deprecated

The Enterprise Volume Management System (EVMS) has been deprecated in SLES 11, and is also deprecated in OES 11. Novell Linux Volume Manager (NLVM) replaces EVMS for managing NetWare partitions under Novell Storage Services (NSS) pools.

NSS Pool Cluster Resources

Novell Cluster Services for OES 11 supports NSS pools that are created on OES 11, OES 2 SP3 and earlier, and NetWare 6.5 SP8.

A new NSS capability supports the GPT partitioning scheme. This allows you to create NSS pools up to 8 TB (terabytes) in size on a single device. Pools created with GPT-partitioned devices are not backward compatible with prior releases of OES and NetWare. The DOS partitioning scheme is also available and supports devices up to 2 TB in size.

The NSS management tools use the Novell Linux Volume Manager instead of the Enterprise Volume Management System that is used in previous OES releases. The Storage plug-in to iManager and NSSMU can be used to create pool cluster resources. You can also use NLVM commands to create shared pools and volumes at a command prompt or in scripts.

During a rolling cluster upgrade, the existing NSS pool cluster resources can be cluster migrated to any node in the mixed-node cluster. However, you must not create new NSS pools on OES 11 nodes while you are upgrading the cluster from OES 2 to OES 11. For information, see NSS Pools in the OES 11: Novell Cluster Services for Linux Administration Guide.

LVM Volume Group Cluster Resources

Novell Cluster Services uses a Linux Logical Volume Manager (LVM) volume group and logical volume to create the cluster resource for shared Linux POSIX file systems (such as Ext2, Ext3, ReiserFS, and XFS) on OES 11.

The NSS Management Utility (NSSMU) and Novell Linux Volume Manager (NLVM) commands support creating Linux POSIX file systems and Linux Logical Volume Manager (LVM) volume groups and logical volumes. The tools support both the DOS and the GPT partitioning schemes. The DOS partitioning scheme supports devices up to 2 TB in size. The GPT partitioning scheme supports devices up to 8 zettabytes (ZB, or one billion terabytes). Your actual device size is limited by your storage hardware and the size recognized by your target file system. For information about maximum file system sizes on Linux, see the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Technical Information: File System Support.

You can create a Linux volume group cluster resource by using NSSMU and Novell Linux Volume Manager commands. You can also use native Linux LVM2 commands to create a shared LVM volume group, and then create a resource by using the generic file system (Generic_FS) resource template in iManager, or by using other application resource templates that need shared Linux POSIX file systems. For information, see Configuring and Managing Cluster Resources for an LVM volume groups in the OES 11: Novell Cluster Services for Linux Administration Guide.

Linux POSIX Cluster Resources with CSM Containers

On OES 2, Linux POSIX volume cluster resources use a Cluster Segment Manager (CSM) container on devices that are managed by EVMS. Because EVMS has been deprecated in OES 11, you must modify the scripts and cluster settings so that the CSM containers can run on OES 11 clusters. You cannot create new cluster resources with CSM containers on OES 11 clusters. For information, see Upgrading and Managing Cluster Resources for Linux POSIX Volumes with CSM Containers in the OES 11: Novell Cluster Services for Linux Administration Guide.

CSMPORT Utility

The Cluster Segment Manager Import/Export (CSMPORT, /opt/novell/ncs/bin/csmport) utility allows you to import and use Linux POSIX volume cluster resources that use CSM containers in OES 11 clusters. After the resource is configured to run on OES 11, you must configure its Preferred Nodes list to ensure that it can fail over only to OES 11 nodes in the mixed-node cluster. For information about CSMPORT, see Cluster Segment Manager Import/Export (csmport) Utility in the OES 11: Novell Cluster Services for Linux Administration Guide.

Cluster Resource Templates Use LVM Volume Groups for Shared Data Locations

The following cluster resource templates have been modified to use LVM volume groups and logical volumes for cluster resources that share data on Linux POSIX file systems. Previously, the templates used the EVMS Cluster Segment Manager container and Linux POSIX volumes.

OES 11 Application

Cluster Resource Template

Archive and Version Services

AV_Template

DHCP

DHCP_Template

(for an NSS pool or for an LVM volume group)

Linux POSIX file system

Generic_FS_Template

iFolder

iFolder_Template

(for an NSS pool or for an LVM volume group)

iPrint

IPrint_Template

(for an NSS pool or for an LVM volume group)

MySQL 5.x

MySQL_Template

Samba

Samba_Template

Xen virtual machine

Xen_Template

The DNS_Template uses an NSS file system. The Generic_IP_Service and XenLive_Template templates do not use a shared data location.

The monitor scripts for resources that use a Linux volume group were modified to check the status of the LVM logical volume in addition to the file system and the IP address.

Ext3 is the default file system type used in the scripts. The Ext2, Ext3, ReiserFS, and XFS file systems have been tested and are fully supported.

Virtual Server Name for Cluster Resources

The default virtual server name for cluster resources now uses hyphens instead of underscores, such as MYCLUS-MYPOOL-SERVER. The suggested name is compliant with the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) RFC 1123 standard that allows host names to contain only letters, digits, and hyphens. Underscores can still be used in the virtual server name if your network environment supports them.

CIFS Monitor Command in the NSS Monitor Script

Novell CIFS provides a monitor command option in OES 11 that provides a restart capability if the cifsd daemon goes down. If you create a new pool cluster resource with CIFS enabled as an advertising protocol, the following line is added to the resource’s monitor script:

exit_on_error rcnovell-cifs monitor

Previously, the CIFS status command was used. You can replace it with the monitor command for existing pool cluster resources to take advantage of the CIFS restart capability. For information, see Configuring a Monitor Script for the Shared NSS Pool in the OES 11: Novell Cluster Services for Linux Administration Guide.

Assigned Nodes List

If you attempt to online or migrate a cluster resource to a node that is not in the resource’s Assigned Nodes list, the resource stays offline or is not migrated. This change makes the command behavior consistent with the online and migrate options in the Cluster plug-in in iManager. The node that you specify must be running in the cluster and must also be in the resource’s Assigned Nodes list.

Previously, if the specified node was not a preferred node, the cluster online and cluster migrate commands brought the resource online on a node in its Assigned Nodes list.

Order of Servers in the LDAP Server List

When you configure the cluster node in YaST, the LDAP server list is created. The default order is to list the local LDAP server first and others second. In previous OES releases, the default order was based on the IP address.

You cannot change the order of LDAP servers in the list during the cluster node configuration in YaST, but you can modify it later by running the /opt/novell/ncs/install/ncs_install.py script. For information, see Changing the Administrator Credentials or LDAP Server IP Address for a Cluster in the OES 11: Novell Cluster Services for Linux Administration Guide.

Cascade Failover Prevention

Novell Cluster Services added the Cascade Failover Prevention function that detects if a node has failed because of a bad cluster resource and prevents that bad resource from failing over to other servers in the cluster. This function was previously available on NetWare, but not on Linux.

1.4.17 Novell Linux Volume Manager

The Novell Linux Volume Manager (NLVM) replaces the Enterprise Volume Management System (EVMS) for the management of Novell Storage Services (NSS) storage objects in Novell Open Enterprise Server (OES) 11. For information about NLVM commands and usage, see the OES 11: NLVM Reference.

NLVM provides the same media management functionality that was used by NSS in EVMS, and makes the following enhancements for OES 11:

  • Initialize a Device with a DOS or GPT Partitioning Scheme: The nlvm init command allows you to specify partitioning scheme format of MS-DOS (the default) or GPT. MS-DOS has a 2 TB size limit. Devices of any size can be configured with GPT.

  • 8 TB Device Size for Pools: The nlvm create pool command allows you to use devices up to 8 TB in size. The maximum pool size is 8 TB. Previously, pools could use devices of up to 2 TB in size.

  • Move Pool: The nlvm move command allows you to move an NSS pool from one location to a new location on the same system.

    See also the related commands:

  • Rescan: The nlvm rescan command performs a rescan of the storage objects (such as partitions, NSS pools, and NSS software RAIDs) on known devices, and creates or updates any Device Mapper device or partition objects as needed.

  • Expand Partition: The nlvm expand partitioncommand allows you to expand a partition by using free contiguous space that follows the partition.

  • Create Linux Volume: The nlvm create linux volume command allows you to create a volume with a Linux POSIX file system. The volume can be created as a traditional Linux volume or as a Linux Logical Volume Manager 2 (LVM2) volume on an LVM2 volume group. If the device is shared with nodes in a Novell Cluster Services cluster, you can cluster-enable the LVM2 volume group.

1.4.18 Novell Remote Manager

Novell Remote Manager has been modified to run on Novell Open Enterprise Server 11. In addition to bug fixes, the following changes and enhancements are available:

HttpOnly Command

The HttpOnly configuration option is available in the Novell Remote Manager /etc/opt/novell/httpstkd.conf file. By default, Novell Remote Manager sets an HttpOnly cookie attribute that specifies that the cookie is not accessible through a script. This helps mitigate the risk of cross-site scripting. For information, see HttpOnly Command in the OES 11: Novell Remote Manager Administration Guide.

InventoryResolveNonLumOwnerName Command

The InventoryResolveNonLumOwnerName configuration option is available in the Novell Remote Manager /etc/opt/novell/httpstkd.conf file. This allows you to choose whether the inventory of a Novell Storage Services (NSS) volume reports the names of owners as the Nobody user if their eDirectory usernames are not enabled with Linux User Management. By default, this option is set to false (not resolved) in order to give you faster performance for an inventory of files on an NSS volume. For information, see InventoryResolveNonLumOwnerName Command in the OES 11: Novell Remote Manager Administration Guide.

SSL Key Cipher Strength Command

You can set the cipher strength for the SSL key in the /etc/opt/novell/httpstkd.conf file. The default allows any encryption level. A setting of High is recommended. For information, see SSL Key Cipher Strength Command in the OES 11: Novell Remote Manager Administration Guide.

VNC Consoles

The root user can view VNC consoles from within Novell Remote Manager. This capability requires that the HttpOnly security feature be disabled in the /etc/opt/novell/httpstkd.conf file. For information, see HttpOnly Command in the OES 11: Novell Remote Manager Administration Guide.

General File Inventory

On the File System Listing page (View File System > View File System Listing), the Inventory link generates a General File Inventory report with statistics about the files stored on a selected file system path or sub-folder path. For information, see Inventorying Directories or NCP Volumes in the OES 11: Novell Remote Manager Administration Guide.

NCP Volume Inventory

  • The View File Systems > NCP Volume Inventory option allows you to view a list of NCP volumes and generate inventories for them.

  • The Volume Information page (Manage NCP Services > Manage Shares, then click the NSS volume name link), for a volume provides an Inventory option to generate an inventory. This provides the same output as running View File System > General File Inventory for Linux paths and for View File Systems > NCP Volume Inventory for NCP volumes.

  • An inventory report is saved when you run an inventory on an NCP volume. You can view the last saved report by going to the Manage NCP Services > Volume Inventory Reports page and clicking the View Last Report > Display option for the volume. The saved report provides the same statistics as running View File Systems > NCP Volume Inventory. Graphics are not available in a saved report.

  • You can email a saved NCP volume inventory report to addresses that are configured in the /etc/opt/novell/httpstkd.conf file. To send the report, go to the Manage NCP Services > Volume Inventory Reports page and click the Email Report > Send option for the volume.

  • In a file inventory for NSS volumes, the File Owner Profile reports the eDirectory identity of the file owner without requiring the users to be enabled with Linux User Management (LUM).

For information, see Inventorying Directories or NCP Volumes in the OES 11: Novell Remote Manager Administration Guide.

Open Connections for NCP Volumes and NSS Volumes

On the Connection Information page (Manage NCP Services > Manage Connections, then select a connection link under Connections) for a selected connection, the Open Files list now links to the file and lock details for each file that is held open by a connection. For information, see Viewing Connections for NCP Server in the OES 11: NCP Server for Linux Administration Guide.

Salvage and Purge Deleted Files for NSS Volumes

On the Share Information page (Manage NCP Services > Manage Shares, then click the Information (i) icon to the left of the NSS volume name) and on the Directory Information page (Manage NCP Services > Manage Shares), then navigate to a directory of interest and click the Directory Information icon to the left of the directory name), the following capabilities were added for salvaging and purging deleted files for NSS volumes where the Salvage attribute is enabled:

  • The Salvageable Files list option allows you to view a list of deleted files that are available for salvage or purge in the selected directory on an NSS volume.

  • The Purge option allows you to permanently remove a deleted file from the file system.

  • The Salvage option allows you to recover a deleted file.

  • The Purge all files option allows you to permanently remove all deleted files on a selected volume.

For information, see Salvaging and Purging Deleted Files on an NSS Volume in the OES 11: Novell Remote Manager Administration Guide.

Create, Rename, and Delete Directories

On the Directory Information page (View File System > View File System Listing, navigate to the directory of interest, then click the Directory Information icon to the left of the directory name), the following capabilities were added:

  • The Delete Directory and Contents option allows you to recursively delete a selected folder and its contents.

  • The Rename Directory option allows you modify the name of a selected directory.

  • The Create Subdirectory option allows you to create subdirectories in the selected directory.

  • The Create Symbolic Link option allows you to create a symbolic link in the selected directory.

For information, see Viewing Details about Directories and Performing Actions on Them in the OES 11: Novell Remote Manager Administration Guide.

NSS Volume Share Information

On the Share Information page (Manage NCP Services > Manage Shares, then click the Information (i) icon to the left of the NSS volume name), the following capabilities were added:

  • Additional details about the volume are displayed, such as the sector size and loaded name spaces.

  • For NSS volumes, the Compression option shows whether the Compression attribute is enabled for the volume.

NSS Volume Directory and File Listing

On an NSS volume’s Directory and File Listing page (Manage NCP Services > Manage Shares, then click the NSS volume name link), the following capabilities were added:

  • The Text Search option allows you to search the content of files for a specified text string.

  • The File Search option allows you to search for a file on the selected volume.

  • The Inventory option generates an NCP Volume Inventory report with statistics about the files stored on a selected volume.

  • The Upload option allows you to upload a file to the selected volume.

For information, see Browsing Files and Performing Actions on NSS Volumes in the OES 11: Novell Remote Manager Administration Guide.

1.4.19 Novell Samba

1.4.20 Novell Storage Services

This section describes enhancements and changes to the Novell Storage Services for Novell Open Enterprise Server 11. The following features are added:

Change in the Volume Manager

Novell Linux Volume Manager (NLVM) replaces the Enterprise Volume Management System (EVMS) volume manager, which is now deprecated. For more information, see the OES 11 NLVM Reference Guide or see the nlvm (8) man page.

Support for Creating >2TB Partition

When you initialize a device, you can choose to use the DOS partition table scheme or the GUID Partition Table (GPT) scheme for a given device.

The DOS partition table scheme supports devices up to 2TB in size. It allows up to four partitions on a device.

The GPT partition table scheme supports device sizes up to 2E64 sectors (that is, up to 8388608 petabytes (PB) based on the 512-byte sector size). It allows up to 128 partitions per disk. Each of its disks partitions is a logical device that is identified by a unique 128-bit (16-byte) GUID.

Support for Creating Linux Volumes

Using the NSSMU and NLVM command line option, you can create Linux volumes. For more information, see Table 9-11, Create Linux Volume in the OES 11 NLVM Reference Guide, the nssmu(8) or the nlvm(8) manpage.

Single Disk System Support

You can now use the system device containing the root partition also to create/manage NSS pools and volumes.

quota Utility is Renamed to nssquota

For more information, see nssquota.

Moving a Pool

Using the NSSMU and NLVM command line option, you can move a pool from one location to another on the same system. For more information, see Table 9-11, Moving a Pool, and the Move in the OES 11 NLVM Reference Guide.

nssraid Utility

The nssraid utility options are soft linked to the Novell Linux Volume Manager nlvm raid options. You can alternatively use nlvm raid commands to manage NSS software RAIDS at the command line and in scripts in OES 11. nlvm raid commands have more options than the nssraid utility.

For information, see RAID in the OES 11 NLVM Reference Guide or see the nlvm man page.

1.4.21 NSS Auditing Client Logger (VLOG) Utility

The NSS Auditing Client Logger (VLOG) utility has been modified to run on OES 11. In addition to bug fixes, the following options were added:

  • LogFilePath: Use this option to specify a path for the vlog log file. The default log file directory is /var/log/audit. The vlog file is created in the specified location.

    [--logFilePath] FILE_PATH
    
  • MaxFileCount: Use this option to limit the vigil auditing client’s log files count. The default count is 50 files.

    [-m, --maxFileCount] maxStreamFileCount
    

1.4.22 QuickFinder

Novell QuickFinder has been modified to run on OES 11. There are no other changes in the OES 11 release of Novell QuickFinder.

1.4.23 Storage Management Services (SMS)

Novell SMS supports OES 11 services and file systems running on 64-bit SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11 SP1. There are no other changes in the OES 11 release of SMS.

1.4.24 Web Services

The Web services and applications in Novell Open Enterprise Server (OES) 11 are Novell software and open source software that support SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11 Service Pack 1 (SP1).