OES 2018: SP1 NCP Server for Linux Administration Guide

  OES 2018: SP1 NCP Server for Linux Administration Guide
    NCP Server for Linux Overview
      How NCP Server Works
      Benefits of NCP Server
      What's Next
    What’s New or Changed in NCP
      What’s New or Changed (OES 2018 SP1)
      What’s New or Changed (OES 2018)
    Installing and Configuring NCP Server for Linux
      Installation Requirements for NCP Server for Linux
      Installing NCP Server
      Updating NCP Server
      Configuring Global NCP Server Parameters
      Restarting the Novell NCP/NSS IPC (ncp2nss) Daemon
      Restarting the NetIQ eDirectory (ndsd) Daemon
      Configuring the NCP Server Local Code Page
      Configuring the Execute Only File Attribute for NCP Server
      Configuring Sendfile Support for NCP Server
      Configuring Opportunistic Locking for NCP Server
      Configuring Cross-Protocol File Locks for NCP Server
      Modifying the NCP File Server Name
      Modifying the sys: Volume Mount Point
    Migrating Data from NSS Volumes to NCP Volumes on Linux File Systems
      Guidelines for Migrating Data from an NSS Volume on NetWare to an NCP Volume on Linux
      Planning Your Migration
    Using NCP Server and NCP Volumes in a Virtualized Environment
    Planning for NCP Server and NCP Volumes
      NCP Volumes on Linux
      Security Issues
      Novell Dynamic Storage Technology
      User Quotas on Linux POSIX File Systems
    Management Tools for NCP Server
      OES Remote Manager for Linux
      NCP Server Console (NCPCON) Utility
      NCPTOP Quick Reference
    Managing NCP Server
      Using OES Remote Manager to Monitor NCP Server
      Using NCPCON to Monitor NCP Server
      Using NCPTOP to Monitor NCP Server
    Managing Connections for NCP Volumes and NSS Volumes
      Understanding Connections
      Managing User Login for NCP Server
      Sending Messages to Logged-In Users
      Viewing Connections for NCP Server
      Sorting Entries in the Connection Listing
      Clearing Not-Logged-In Connections to NCP Server
      Auditing Closed User Connections and Deleted eDirectory User Entries
      Clearing Connections to NCP Server
      Finding the Connection for an Open File
      Viewing Open Files for an NCP Server Connection, and Closing All Open Files
      Viewing Open Files for an NCP Server Connection, and Closing a Specific Open File
    Managing NCP Volumes
      Understanding NCP Volumes
      Creating NCP Volumes on Linux File Systems
      Mounting NCP Volumes
      Dismounting NCP Volumes
      Viewing the Size of an NCP Volume
      Purging Deleted Files from an NSS Volume
      Removing an NCP Volume
      Configuring Inherit POSIX Permissions for an NCP Volume
      Configuring the NCP/NSS Bindings for an NSS Volume
      Generating Inventories for Directories or NCP Volumes
    Configuring NCP Volumes with Novell Cluster Services
      Planning for NCP Volumes in a Cluster Environment
      Clustering an NCP Volume on a Linux POSIX File System
      Sample Load, Unload, and Monitor Scripts for a Cluster-Enabled NCP Volume
    Managing File System Trustees, Trustee Rights, and Attributes on NCP Volumes
      NCP on Linux Security
      Understanding File System Trustees, Trustee Rights, and Attributes
      Managing File System Rights with NCPCON
      Managing File or Directory Trustees and Rights with iManager
      Managing File or Directory Attributes with iManager
      Generating and Viewing NCP Trustee Reports for NSS Volumes
    Using Opportunistic Locking for NCP File Handling
      Understanding Opportunistic Locking for NCP Connections
      Configuring OpLocks for NCP Server
      Configuring File Caching in the Client for Open Enterprise Server
      Configuring OpLocks for NSS Volumes
      Configuring Mask Behavior for Range Locks
      Additional Information
    Using the Inventory to Monitor NCP Volumes
      Accessing the Volume Inventory
      Understanding the Volume Inventory
      Viewing Statistics for the Volume
      Using Inventory Detail Reports to Move, Copy, or Delete Files on the Volume
      Generating a Custom Inventory Report for DST Shadow Volumes
    Troubleshooting for the NCP Server and NCP Volumes
      Mismatching VOLUME IDs in NCS and NCP for the New Volumes Created in a Cluster Pool
      NCP Clients Cannot Connect to the Server
      ncpcon nss Command or ncpcon volume <volume_name> Output Reports Mounted NSS Volume as "not NSS"
      Error 601 When Deleting an NCP Volume
      Cross-Protocol Locking Stops Working
      Error on Copying or Deleting Files When Extended Attributes Are Not Enabled
      NCP Client Fails to Map a User's Home Directory
      File Level Trustees Are Deleted When a File is Modified
    Security Considerations for NCP Server
      UDP Port 524
      Soft Links
      Hard Links
      Log Files
      Audit Logs
    Commands and Utilities for NCP Server and NCP Volumes
      NCPCON SET Parameters
      NCP2NSS Command
      ShadowFS Command
      Virtual NCP Server Object Script
    Additional NCP Server Commands and Options
      NCP2NSS Command Options
      NCPCON Commands and Options
      NCPTOP Command Line Options
    RPM Files for NCP Server
    NCP Error Codes
      00 0x00 SUCCESS
      01 0x01 NOT CONNECTED
      119 0x77 BUFFER TOO SMALL
      120 0x78 VOLUME FLAG NOT SET
      121 0x79 NO ITEMS FOUND
      128 0x80 LOCK FAIL
      132 0x84 NO CREATE PRIVILEGE
      136 0x88 INVALID FILE HANDLE
      138 0x8a NO DELETE PRIVILEGE
      139 0x8b NO RENAME PRIVILEGE
      140 0x8c NO SET PRIVILEGE
      144 0x90 ALL READ ONLY
      146 0x92 ALL NAME EXIST
      147 0x93 NO READ PRIVILEGE
      148 0x94 NO WRITE PRIVILEGE
      150 0x96 NO ALLOC SPACE
      152 0x98 INVALID VOLUME
      153 0x99 DIRECTORY FULL
      155 0x9b BAD DIR HANDLE
      156 0x9c INVALID PATH
      156 0x9d NO SUCH EXTENSION
      160 0xa0 DIRECTORY NOT EMPTY
      162 0xa2 IO LOCKED
      168 0xa8 ACCESS DENIED
      169 0xA9 LINK IN PATH
      191 0xbf INVALID NAMESPACE
      242 0xf2 NO OBJECT READ RIGHTS
      251 0xfb UNKNOWN REQUEST
      253 0xfd BAD STATION NUMBER
      254 0xfe DIRECTORY LOCKED
      255 0xff NO FILES FOUND
      255 0xff BAD PARAMETER
      255 0xff FILE EXISTS
      255 0xff NO FILES FOUND
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