The complete guide to running Red Hat Linux 6 on IBM Netfinity Servers Netfinity server-specific coverage you can't find anywhere else -- including ServeRAID configuration! Plan, configure, and install key services, step-by-step: Samba, Apache, Sendmail, DNS, DHCP, LDAP, and more All content fully tested by IBM technicians for reliability, clarity, performance, and security The complete, expert guide to running Red Hat Linux 6 on IBM Netfinity Servers Extensive networking, Internet, and security coverage: Apache, Sendmail, Samba, DNS/DHCP, ipchains, and more Comprehensive, Netfinity server-specific coverage of installation, configuration, management, and troubleshooting Specific, proven recommendations for disk partitioning, hardware management, SAMBA configuration, and more Red Hat Linux performance optimization and system monitoring Here's all the information you need to maximize Red Hat Linux performance and reliability on IBM's state-of-the-art Netfinity server platforms. In this book, a team of IBM's top Linux experts presents start-to-finish, Netfinity server-specific coverage of Red Hat Linux 6 deployment and system administration throughout the entire system lifecycle! You'll get running fast with IBM's expert step-by-step preparation and installation techniques: review updating your BIOS and firmware; making the CD-ROM bootable, preparing SCSI devices, partitioning, configuration, XWindows setup, deploying IBM ServeRAID in Red Hat Linux environments, and much more. Next, you'll master all the key techniques of day-to-day Red Hat Linux system administration, including backup and recovery, Internet and email connectivity, DNS/DHCP name services, and using Red HatLinux with Samba as a world-class file/print server for Windows workstations. IBM-tested, proven, and crystal clear, this is the one essential book for everyone running Red Hat Linux on Netfinity servers. Sharing Technical Expertise from Around the World Prentice Hall PTR has selected this IBM Redbook for its worldwide publishing program. IBM Redbooks are produced by the International Technical Support Organization where experts from around the world work together to build effective technical information based on their practical work experience. For more information: http: //www.redbooks.ibm.com/redbooksChapter. 12. NFS. -. Network. File. System. The Network File System (NFS), developed by Sun Microsystems, allows you to share directories across the network. The directory mounts become transparent to you. You access the mountedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Red Hat Linux and Netfinity Server Integration Guide|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2000|