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Old 07-14-2006, 09:21 AM   #1
rajsand
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Using ACL on an nfs exported volume


We have a 2 boxes running FC3 (2xopteron,4gRAM, 2x120gb - each) with DRBD providing replication and an exported NFS volume of about 80 GB.

There are about 150 users but can go upto 500 in very near future. This is a business school I'm talking about. so floating population of about 200 users added and 200 deleted each year.

Can somebody suggest a good way to administer the data vis-a-vis shared folders, ACLs or provide a pointer to handle this kind of load.

I have adminstered Novell NDS for about 8 years. is LDAP the answer? will it provide the answer? Will CUPS interoperate nicely with LDAP

Thanks in advance

Rajagopal
 
  


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