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document How do I mount NFS shares under the Linux console?
1.  Go to the GUI:   CONFIGURATION -> NAS settings -> NFS settings and enable the "Use NFS" option, which  allows access to shares and/or snapshots via NFS. Network File System (NFS) is a protocol for a distributed file system which allows a computer to access...
rating 06 Nov, 2009 Views: 210217
document I have a low NFS performance in VMware environment.
Problem: A customer report that the NFS performance result for NFS 16K Writes are - 11 MB/sec.  Symptom: The tests on the DSS Demo (Atlanta) and IOMeter, while doing 16K Reads and with the parameters as specified in the attached "Comparison of Storage Protocol Performance" from VMware,...
rating 30 Apr, 2009 Views: 12275
document Cannot mount any NFS share
Problem:  Cannot mount any NFS share Solution: This is known issue with  switch HP Procurve. Feature called "auto DoS" is causing network problems and needs to be disabled. Open-E software impacted: NAS-R3, DSS V5 and DSS V6 and DSS V6 Lite.
rating 14 Jan, 2011 Views: 7242
document Can't access my shares when NFS Failover is on.
Can't access my shares when NFS Failover is on. There are 3 things that you need to be aware of when using NFS Failover. First of all NFS Failover works only with NFS protocol and not with Samba. If you start the NFS Failover, the Samba access to all of your shares will be...
Not rated 15 Mar, 2013 Views: 5723
document How to undelete files from NAS volume?
How to undelete files from NAS volume? Solution: Unfortunat ely Open-E has no build-in file “undelete” function for network data. To restore your data you have to create backups, use data replication or snapshots.  Also 3rd part software may be helpful like...
Not rated 26 Mar, 2013 Views: 2982
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