Is anyone on the list using kerberized-nfs on any kind of scale?Ive been fighting with this for years.In general, when we have issues with this system, they are random and/or not repeatable.Ive had very little luck with community support.I hope I d..
We seem to be increasingly hit by this bug:https://access.redhat.com/solutions/2040223On RHEL 6 NFS client usring kerberos (krb5), one user experiences slow write performance, another does notYou need a RH subscription to see that in its entirety…
I have an ext4 filesystem for which Im trying to use tune2fs -l. Here is the listing of the filesystem from the mount command:# mount | grep share/dev/mapper/VolGroup_Share-LogVol_Share on /share type ext4(rw,noatime,nodiratime,usrjquota=aquota.user,jqfmt=vfsv0,data=writeback,nobh,barrier=0)W..
tl;dr – Is anybody running a Fedora system via systemd-nspawn under CentOS?Long version:Before CentOS 7, I used chroot to create lightweight containerswhere I could cleanly add extra repos and/or software without the risk of polluting my main sys..
Our environment has several classes of servers, such asdevelopment, production, qa, utility, etc.Then we have all our users.Theres no obvious mapping between users and server class. Some users may have access to only one class, some may span multi..
We have a compute cluster of about 100 machines that do a read-only NFS mount to a big NAS filer (a NetApp FAS6280).The jobs running on these boxes are analysis/simulation jobs that constantly read data off the NAS.We recently upgraded all these machi..
Im probably overlooking something simple, but I cant seem to find a concise changelog for the rhel/CentOS kernel.Im on an oldish 6.5kernel (2.6.32-431), and I want to look at the changes and fixes for every kernel that has been released since, all ..
I followed the wiki to create a KVM virtual machine using bridged network on CentOS 6.5.It seemed to work fine on initial setup.(FWIW Im trying to run a MythBuntu guest.) However, after a reboot, it doesnt auto-start the VMs.Shortly after boot,..
I have a CentOS 6.5 x86_64 system thats been running problem-free for quite a while.Recently, its locked-up hard several times.Its a headless server, but I do have IP KVM.However, when its locked up, all I can see are a few lines of kernel stack trace..
I followed the wiki to create a KVM virtual machine using bridged network on CentOS 6.5.It seemed to work fine on initial setup. However, after a boot, it doesnt auto-start the VMs, or at least, something has to timeout (a *very* long time, on ..