|Subject:||Re: Configuring large XFS filesystem|
|From:||"Kevin P. Fleming" <kpfleming@xxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Fri, 12 Sep 2003 07:28:55 -0700|
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Harald Wagener wrote:
We have something similar like that running over here. We just took the standard mkfs.xfs for a 400 Gigabyte data store that is accessed via netatalk and samba (still on 2.2.x, but that is going to change soon...). So far, our problems did not come from xfs, but from interop problems between samba, netatalk, and various versions of client operating systems.
Very similar situation here, except we'll be using Thursby's ADmitMac product on the single Mac that we have to support, instead of netatalk on the server. The server is part of a Windows 2000 Active Directory domain, so it made more sense to just make the Mac participate in that instead of setting up Linux-based security only for that one machine.
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