Getting Samba in a state to switch over and other things
Wed, 07 Oct 1998 13:32:00 +0900
At a customer site where we have dual machine that we want to fail-over, it
was interesting getting Samba configured properly so it would run on either
machine and present the same view of the world to the clients.
We have also done some other things that may come back and bite us, but we
are using rsync to copy the active machine's file to the non-active
machine. To make things all work, we are nsf mounting the /home/users file
system from the machine that is currently the primary.
This means that the primary does an NFS mount of /home/users from itself
via the loopback interface. It works, but we have our fingers crossed ...
Richard Sharpe, firstname.lastname@example.org, NIC-Handle:RJS96
NS Computer Software and Services P/L,
Ph: +61-8-8281-0063, FAX: +61-8-8250-2080,
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