This guide describes how to install, configure, and manage the Dynamic Storage Technology for Open Enterprise Server (OES) 2018 SP3. It is divided into the following sections:
Section 2.0, What’s New or Changed in Dynamic Storage Technology
Section 3.0, Planning Your Dynamic Storage Technology Server Environment
Section 9.0, Planning for DST Shadow Volume Pairs and Policies
Section 10.0, Creating and Managing DST Shadow Volumes for NSS Volumes
Section 11.0, Creating and Managing Policies for Shadow Volumes
Section 12.0, Managing Directory and User Space Quotas on DST Volumes
Section 13.0, Using ShadowFS to Provide a Merged View for Novell Samba Users
Section 14.0, Generating a File Inventory for DST Shadow Volumes
Section 17.0, Configuring DST Shadow Volume Pairs with OES Cluster Services
Section A.0, Commands and Utilities for Dynamic Storage Technology
This guide is intended for storage services administrators. Security administrators can find a summary of security information for Dynamic Storage Technology in Section 16.0, Security Considerations.
It is assumed that the reader has some understanding of the OES Services components that are used with Dynamic Storage Technology, including the OES operating system, the NSS file system, the file access services (NCP (NetWare Core Protocol), CIFS (Common Information File System), Novell Samba (SMB/CIFS), SSH, and OES FTP (Pure-FTPd)), and OES Cluster Services (NCS).
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For the most recent version of the Dynamic Storage Technology Administration Guide, see the Open Enterprise Server 2018 SP3 documentation website.
For documentation on OES Storage Services (NSS) volumes, see the .
For documentation on NCP Server and NCP file access, see the OES 2018 SP3: NCP Server for Linux Administration Guide.