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Exploring Nfs on As/400 by IBM Redbooks

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Number of Pages198
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ISBN 100738403636
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Migration information is available in Chapter 6 of the Exploring NFS on AS/ Redbook. You use NFS on the AS/ the same as you would use it in a UNIX environment. If you are already familiar with NFS, adding an AS/ server or client is easy. In many cases, the same /etc/exports file used by UNIX-based NFS platforms can be used directlyAuthor: Carl Pecinovsky. Books shelved as as Inside the AS/ Featuring the AS/e Series by Frank G. Soltis, Mastering the AS/ by Jerry Fottral, Exploring IBM AS/ C.   NFS File Sharing on OS/ Setting Up NFS File Sharing on an AS/ - iSeries System for use with WebDocs iSeries Edition. A WebDocs iSeries Edition customer wants to store and share document files via NFS from a secondary AS/ - iSeries system. We have tried the QFILESVR file file system, but it seems to be dependent upon user IDs and. Exploring IBM AS/ Computers: The Instant Insider's Guide to IBM's Popular Mid-Range Computer Family In stock. Considered the bible of the AS/ world, this guide is a thorough orientation to integrating AS/ systems into small, medium or large businesses.4/5(1).

For a complete list of mount/export options, refer to the IBM Redbooks, Exploring NFS on AS/, SG Exploring 5. etc/exports Directory and Concepts This file stores information about the file systems to be exported upon startup of the server. Generally, uids on an AS/ are generated as large numbers that are unlikely to match ones that may be assigned on other systems. However, _some_ uids are very possibly duplicated; on one system here, QSECOFR is , QSYS is , QDFTOWN is -- those could easily match up with a .   Network File System (NFS): Network File System allows remote hosts to mount the systems/ directories over a network. An NFS server can export directory that can be mounted on a remote Linux machine. This allows the user to share the data centrally to all the machines in the network. DB2 UDB for AS/ Visual Explain: Illustrating the Secrets. Domino for iSeries Sizing and Performance Tuning. Exploring NFS on AS/ High Availability on the AS/ System: A System Manager's Guide. IBM Nways ATM Campus Switch. IBM AS/ Printing V. IBM eServer i5, iSeries, and AS/e System Builder IBM i5/OS Version 5 Release 3 October

Implementing NFSv4 in the Enterprise: Planning and Migration Strategies Gene Curylo Richard Joltes Trishali Nayar Bob Oesterlin Aniket Patel Planning and implementation examples for AFS and DFS migrations NFSv3 to NFSv4 migration examples NFSv4 updates in AIX 5L Version with Recommended Maintenance Package Front cover. Exploring NFS on AS/ This redbook explores the Network File System on the AS system. The Network File System (NFS) provides access to and from systems that have NFS implementations. NFS is an industry-standard method for sharing information among users on networked systems. Most major operating systems, including PC operating systems, provide NFS. For UNIX systems, NFS is the primary method for accessing data. IBM AS/ Operating System Version 4 Release 4 — for e-business and More ENUSPDF (79KB) , refer to the online publication AS/ Developer Kit for Java available from the following AS/ Book Server at URL: Support is added to the NFS client and server for large file access.