A.2 August 2012 (OES 11 SP1)

Updates were made to the following sections. The changes are described below.

A.2.1 Backing Up Linux POSIX Volumes

The Section 9.0, Backing Up Linux POSIX Volumes section is new.

A.2.2 Clustering LVM Volume Groups with Novell Cluster Services

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Change

Section 8.3, Configuring an LVM Volume Group Cluster Resource with NSS Management Tools

Use the NCP option to enable the Linux POSIX volume to be accessed with the NetWare Core Protocol (NCP).

Section 8.8, Renaming a Clustered LVM Logical Volume

This section is new.

A.2.3 Installing or Upgrading NSS Management Tools and Linux POSIX File Systems

The Section 3.0, Installing or Upgrading NSS Management Tools and Linux POSIX File Systems section is new.

A.2.4 Managing Linux POSIX Volumes with NLVM Commands

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Section 7.8, Creating an LVM Logical Volume

Multiplier can also be T (terabytes). The default multiplier is G (gigabytes).

Section 7.7, Creating a Non-LVM Linux Volume

Section 7.8, Creating an LVM Logical Volume

Use the NCP option to enable the Linux POSIX volume to be accessed with the NetWare Core Protocol.

A.2.5 Managing Linux POSIX Volumes with NSSMU

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Section 6.9, Creating a Non-LVM Linux Volume

Section 6.10, Creating an LVM Logical Volume

Use the NCP option to enable the Linux POSIX volume to be accessed with the NetWare Core Protocol (NCP).

Section 6.14, Renaming the Mount Point Path for a Linux Volume

This section is new.

Section 6.15, Renaming a Non-LVM Linux Volume

This section is new.

Section 6.16, Renaming an LVM Volume

This section is new.

A.2.6 Planning for Linux POSIX Volumes

The Section 5.0, Planning for Linux POSIX Volumes section is new.

A.2.7 Using NLVM and NSSMU in a Virtualized Environment

The Section 4.0, Using NLVM and NSSMU in a Virtualized Environment section is new.