These are my links for 4 nov 2011 from 16:39 to 16:41:
- What is FreeIPA? – FreeIPA is an integrated security information management solution combining Linux (Fedora), 389 (formerly known as Fedora Directory Server), MIT Kerberos, NTP, DNS. It consists of a web interface and command-line administration tools.
In IPA v2 we added DNS and Dogtag Certificate Server, enhanced administrative framework, added support for host identities, netgroups, automount per location and more.
- FreeIPA and Samba 3 Integration – techslaves.org – FreeIPA makes a pretty excellent backend for Samba 3. While all the information one needs to set this up is available online, I wasn’t able to find it all in one location so I’ve decided to try my best at filling that gap here on techslaves.org. Hopefully this short guide will aid those trying to piece together the various parts necessary to integrate FreeIPA v2 and Samba 3, at least until FreeIPA v3 where there is talk of enabling Samba integration with a simple command line argument to the “ipa-server-install” script.
- Time Navigator HA Cluster Agent Configuration – techslaves.org – I’ve been wanting to post about a configuration that allows for seamless file-level backup of storage attached to an active/passive high availability cluster in an uninterrupted fashion using Atempo’s Time Navigator and I’m finally going to do it.
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