58 reputation
5
bio website thesharepointfarm.com
location Redmond, WA
age
visits member for 1 year, 5 months
seen Feb 22 at 4:53

Microsoft SharePoint Server MVP

MCITP: SharePoint Administrator 2010


Jan
31
comment Granting Access to Computer Accounts on Samba Shares
That was previously posted in this thread, and doesn't apply to the Samba implementation. SMB1 security is no different than SMB2, you have the same options with regards to Kerberos/NTLMv1/v2.
Jan
31
comment Granting Access to Computer Accounts on Samba Shares
Not with SMB2 enabled on the NAS. Works just fine with SMB1.
Jan
11
comment Processor usage increases with 4GB RAM installed
That's a good thought. Any way to tell if the cache has been disabled from within the distro?
Jan
5
comment Granting Access to Computer Accounts on Samba Shares
Does not appear to be applicable, here. For example, there are no Domain User accounts in /etc/passwd. In the case of the NAS, it looks like Winbind is responsible for the mapping. I'm also not getting the same error messages in the smbd.log as that person showed (compare to the original post above).
Jan
5
comment Granting Access to Computer Accounts on Samba Shares
I don't see how it is relevant. It doesn't speak to adding Computer Accounts to a Samba share. Just joining computer accounts to a domain, something I do not need to do.
Jan
4
comment Granting Access to Computer Accounts on Samba Shares
Note this has nothing to do with adding a machine to a Samba domain, so that link is a bit irrelevant. The Synology NAS is a domain member of Active Directory. SMB1 is the original SMB protocol, SMB2 is an update that was released with Vista/Server 2008, and Samba followed on with support at a later date. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Server_Message_Block#SMB_2_and_3
Jan
4
asked Granting Access to Computer Accounts on Samba Shares
Nov
29
comment Processor usage increases with 4GB RAM installed
Limiting the JVM memory makes no difference in process responsiveness. Correct the percentage of CPU does not change.
Nov
14
comment Processor usage increases with 4GB RAM installed
How can one set max mem without access to the boot parameters?
Nov
14
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
3
comment CentOS 6 - No Updates
Alright, my CentOS-Base.repo wasn't correct, I had no mirrorlist= entries (only baseurl=). I found the defaults elsewhere, updated and am good to go. I see updates, now.
Oct
3
awarded  Scholar
Oct
3
accepted CentOS 6 - No Updates
Oct
2
awarded  Commentator
Oct
2
comment CentOS 6 - No Updates
Looking at my -Base, it points to olcentgbl.trafficmanager.net, but when I do a dig on that, 4.2.2.2 doesn't resolve it to an IP. How can I correctly update the CentOS-Base.repo file?
Oct
2
comment CentOS 6 - No Updates
Sure! CentOS-6 - Base; CentOS-6 Extras; CentOS-6 - openlogic packages for x86_64; CentOS-6 - Updates. Let me know if you need further details.
Oct
2
asked CentOS 6 - No Updates
Mar
28
comment Processor usage increases with 4GB RAM installed
This would be Intel's UEFI implementation.
Mar
27
comment Processor usage increases with 4GB RAM installed
That is me, and no in the end it modifying min_free_kbytes did not help.
Mar
27
comment Processor usage increases with 4GB RAM installed
The replacement DIMM is KVR1333D3S9/4G, however the Atom will only ever operate at 800Mhz.