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    Used/refurbished Wacom Cintiqs
    posted by Bill Heiden on May 28, 2015, 7:49 p.m. (1 day ago)

    Anyone know of a vendor that stocks used Wacom Cintiq 22HDs?  Need to purchase about ten of them  Thanks in advance.

    Thread Tags:
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    Anyone know of a vendor that stocks used Wacom Cintiq 22HDs?  Need to purchase about ten of them  Thanks in advance.


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    Two-Factor Authentication and Shotgun
    posted by Ryan Mayeda on May 28, 2015, 8:31 p.m. (1 day ago)

    Hey!

    (I'm casting a wide net and posting this to a few different forums to get feedback so apologies if you see this more than once).
     
    We're in the process of adding two-factor authentication to Shotgun as a security feature.  Our initial implementation is targeted for a few pilot clients and now we're trying to assess what more it will take for it to be a public feature of Shotgun (as we definitely want to release this officially, and soon, ideally).  If you've made it this far, I'm going to assume you're familiar with this feature, but if not, Gmail's docs do a nice job of explaining it.  :)
     
    Our pilot implementation has two key constraints:
    1. Two-factor authentication is a site-wide preference, it's on or off for all active Shotgun users on a site.
    2. We initially only support Google Authenticator for the second verification step, which is a mobile app available on iOS, Android, and Blackberry only (i.e. no Windows Phone or non-smart-phone).
    So, my question to the community is - are these two constraints big deals?
     
    Do you feel like we would need to implement more granular controls over who had to use two-factor authentication or would this be something you'd want everyone to use anyway as a security measure for your studio?  If you did want more granular controls, would they be per-user, per-project (reliant on your crew list linkages in Shotgun), something else?
     
    Our gut says that we at minimum need to have the text/SMS option for the second verification step.  The pilot clients are all fine with everyone needing smart phones, but it feels like there are going to be users out there who need the test/SMS option when considering the entire population of Shotgun users.  Do you agree?  I would imagine it's tough to say for certain if everyone in your studio has a smart phone, but maybe it's easier to know if there are people who don't as that's a useful data point too!
     
    Thanks in advance for any and all input!  Also, if you're interested in learning more about two-factor authentication in Shotgun and potentially trying it out yourself (with the above-mentioned constraints), please get in touch!
     
    Thread Tags:
      security 

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    Hey!

    (I'm casting a wide net and posting this to a few different forums to get feedback so apologies if you see this more than once).
     
    We're in the process of adding two-factor authentication to Shotgun as a security feature.  Our initial implementation is targeted for a few pilot clients and now we're trying to assess what more it will take for it to be a public feature of Shotgun (as we definitely want to release this officially, and soon, ideally).  If you've made it this far, I'm going to assume you're familiar with this feature, but if not, Gmail's docs do a nice job of explaining it.  :)
     
    Our pilot implementation has two key constraints:
    1. Two-factor authentication is a site-wide preference, it's on or off for all active Shotgun users on a site.
    2. We initially only support Google Authenticator for the second verification step, which is a mobile app available on iOS, Android, and Blackberry only (i.e. no Windows Phone or non-smart-phone).
    So, my question to the community is - are these two constraints big deals?
     
    Do you feel like we would need to implement more granular controls over who had to use two-factor authentication or would this be something you'd want everyone to use anyway as a security measure for your studio?  If you did want more granular controls, would they be per-user, per-project (reliant on your crew list linkages in Shotgun), something else?
     
    Our gut says that we at minimum need to have the text/SMS option for the second verification step.  The pilot clients are all fine with everyone needing smart phones, but it feels like there are going to be users out there who need the test/SMS option when considering the entire population of Shotgun users.  Do you agree?  I would imagine it's tough to say for certain if everyone in your studio has a smart phone, but maybe it's easier to know if there are people who don't as that's a useful data point too!
     
    Thanks in advance for any and all input!  Also, if you're interested in learning more about two-factor authentication in Shotgun and potentially trying it out yourself (with the above-mentioned constraints), please get in touch!
     

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    Isilon SMB connection balancing
    posted by Michael Oliver on May 29, 2015, 6:15 p.m. (1 day ago)
    Was looking at the client connections on an freshly rebooted Isilon cluster and noticed that they were not balanced..not even close.

    All connections are SMB so SmartConnect Advanced does not come into play. SmartConnect basic is configured as Round Robin and all nodes have the same # of IP's assigned.


    "Always use the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of a SmartConnect zone when accessing the cluster. If you attempt to use the short name, Windows hosts will attempt to use the NetBios name service (NBNS) to resolve the connection. Because NBNS uses broadcast pings on the network to determine what IP a host is located at, the Windows client will connect to the first node to respond, which might result in client connections not being evenly distributed across the cluster. Additionally, by using the NBNS services, you do not utilize Kerberos for authentication and authorization, and are required to use NTLM (NT LAN Manager) based services, which can lead to permission denied errors."

    I opted for disabling NetBios via our DHCP server (you can also do it with a regedit via GPO), rebooted the client machines, and all is well.

    Couple notes:
    - Netbios is still needed to initially join a machine to a domain so keep this in mind for your imaging/deployment process. Once joined it can be disabled.

    - Netbios/WINS are required for certain legacy applications. Have not run into any issues yet but something to keep in mind especially for larger deployments.

    - Netbios without WINS is incredibly chatty. If you can get away with not having it on your network you probably should.

    - If you do decide to keep NetBios/WINS on client machines, utilize drive mapping and make sure that mapped drives use the FQDN (should map to \\isilon.mycompany.local not \\isilon)

    - If you do keep NetBios, check your pipeline/scripts for UNC references to your isilon cluster...there might be a few in there that are lacking a FQDN.



    --
    Michael Oliver
    mcoliver@gmail.com
    858.336.1438
    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    Was looking at the client connections on an freshly rebooted Isilon cluster and noticed that they were not balanced..not even close.

    All connections are SMB so SmartConnect Advanced does not come into play. SmartConnect basic is configured as Round Robin and all nodes have the same # of IP's assigned.


    "Always use the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of a SmartConnect zone when accessing the cluster. If you attempt to use the short name, Windows hosts will attempt to use the NetBios name service (NBNS) to resolve the connection. Because NBNS uses broadcast pings on the network to determine what IP a host is located at, the Windows client will connect to the first node to respond, which might result in client connections not being evenly distributed across the cluster. Additionally, by using the NBNS services, you do not utilize Kerberos for authentication and authorization, and are required to use NTLM (NT LAN Manager) based services, which can lead to permission denied errors."

    I opted for disabling NetBios via our DHCP server (you can also do it with a regedit via GPO), rebooted the client machines, and all is well.

    Couple notes:
    - Netbios is still needed to initially join a machine to a domain so keep this in mind for your imaging/deployment process. Once joined it can be disabled.

    - Netbios/WINS are required for certain legacy applications. Have not run into any issues yet but something to keep in mind especially for larger deployments.

    - Netbios without WINS is incredibly chatty. If you can get away with not having it on your network you probably should.

    - If you do decide to keep NetBios/WINS on client machines, utilize drive mapping and make sure that mapped drives use the FQDN (should map to \\isilon.mycompany.local not \\isilon)

    - If you do keep NetBios, check your pipeline/scripts for UNC references to your isilon cluster...there might be a few in there that are lacking a FQDN.



    --
    Michael Oliver
    mcoliver@gmail.com
    858.336.1438

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    VFX Reference Platform - CY2016 Draft published
    posted by Nick Cannon on June 1, 2015, 3:55 p.m. (1 day ago)
    The Working Group behind the VFX Reference Platform, the target platform for building software for VFX, has just announced the draft of the Platform for next year, CY2016 at http://vfxplatform.com. This represents the set of components that all major software releases are expected to be built against from January 2016. This Draft version is still a work in progress and all feedback will be considered as we work towards the Final version of CY2016 which will be published around SIGGRAPH. Please send feedback privately to feedback@vfxplatform.com or publicly to the vfx-platform-discuss Google Group. The major change for CY2016 is a move to Qt 5 which requires a port of PySide (already in progress) and modifications to vanilla Qt to resolve issues that impact some vendors' tools. Our aim is for the final modified Qt to be available to anyone who wishes to target the CY2016 Platform, and for all major software vendors to build their CY2016 releases against the same modified Qt. More details will be shared in due course. For those attending SIGGRAPH, keep an eye out for our Birds Of A Feather session. Nick To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe
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    The Working Group behind the VFX Reference Platform, the target platform for building software for VFX, has just announced the draft of the Platform for next year, CY2016 at http://vfxplatform.com. This represents the set of components that all major software releases are expected to be built against from January 2016. This Draft version is still a work in progress and all feedback will be considered as we work towards the Final version of CY2016 which will be published around SIGGRAPH. Please send feedback privately to feedback@vfxplatform.com or publicly to the vfx-platform-discuss Google Group. The major change for CY2016 is a move to Qt 5 which requires a port of PySide (already in progress) and modifications to vanilla Qt to resolve issues that impact some vendors' tools. Our aim is for the final modified Qt to be available to anyone who wishes to target the CY2016 Platform, and for all major software vendors to build their CY2016 releases against the same modified Qt. More details will be shared in due course. For those attending SIGGRAPH, keep an eye out for our Birds Of A Feather session. Nick To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe

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  • 06/01/15--15:34: samba shares on windows 8
  • samba shares on windows 8
    posted by John Morrissey on June 1, 2015, 6:34 p.m. (1 day ago)

    Hi,

    We have started using Windows 8 for our desktop and render farm. We are seeing quite slow performance when Windows is accessing small files on our Samba file servers. Has any else a similar setup and experienced slow share performance? We do get very good performace for larger files (>1M).

    We are running CentOS 7 server with Samba 4.1 as an AD domain member server. When we access the same shares using a Linux client (using smb) we get much faster read performance.

    We have the the following tunning parameters in our server smb.conf file:

    socket options = TCP_NODELAY IPTOS_LOWDELAY SO_RCVBUF=131072 SO_SNDBUF=131072
    server max protocol = SMB3
    client max protocol = SMB3

    Does anyone have any suggestions what may improve the Windows client performance?

    John

    Thread Tags:
      network 

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    Hi,

    We have started using Windows 8 for our desktop and render farm. We are seeing quite slow performance when Windows is accessing small files on our Samba file servers. Has any else a similar setup and experienced slow share performance? We do get very good performace for larger files (>1M).

    We are running CentOS 7 server with Samba 4.1 as an AD domain member server. When we access the same shares using a Linux client (using smb) we get much faster read performance.

    We have the the following tunning parameters in our server smb.conf file:

    socket options = TCP_NODELAY IPTOS_LOWDELAY SO_RCVBUF=131072 SO_SNDBUF=131072
    server max protocol = SMB3
    client max protocol = SMB3

    Does anyone have any suggestions what may improve the Windows client performance?

    John


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    Windows application installation location
    posted by John Morrissey on June 2, 2015, 9:22 a.m.

    Can windows applications be install and run sucessfully from a central file server on Windows 7/8 or should they be installed locally on each workstation in the conventional C:\program files etc. ?

    What do most studio run?

     

    John

     

    Thread Tags:
      windows 

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    Can windows applications be install and run sucessfully from a central file server on Windows 7/8 or should they be installed locally on each workstation in the conventional C:\program files etc. ?

    What do most studio run?

     

    John

     


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  • 06/02/15--22:25: Powershell-SSH
  • Powershell-SSH
    posted by  on June 3, 2015, 1:25 a.m.
    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/06/02/openssh_windows/ Fun! -s To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe
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    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/06/02/openssh_windows/ Fun! -s To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe

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  • 06/03/15--01:30: Avere spam?
  • Avere spam?
    posted by Peter Devlin on June 3, 2015, 4:30 a.m.

    We're seeing a number of unsolicited emails from Avere in the last 24 hours to unexpected persons within the company. Anyone else seeing the same? Possibly a new aggressive policy at Avere?


    --
    Thanks,

    Peter Devlin
    IT Manager
    Tel+44 (0)141 572 2802




    A X I S

    Axis Productions Limited

    7.1 Skypark 1, Elliot Place

    Glasgow, G3 8EP

    axisanimation.com


    -----------------------------------------------------------------------

    Axis Animation (Axis Productions Ltd)
    Registered in Scotland: SC306712

    Registered Office: Suite 7-1, The Skypark, 8 Elliot Place, Glasgow G3 8EP
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    We're seeing a number of unsolicited emails from Avere in the last 24 hours to unexpected persons within the company. Anyone else seeing the same? Possibly a new aggressive policy at Avere?


    --
    Thanks,

    Peter Devlin
    IT Manager
    Tel+44 (0)141 572 2802




    A X I S

    Axis Productions Limited

    7.1 Skypark 1, Elliot Place

    Glasgow, G3 8EP

    axisanimation.com


    -----------------------------------------------------------------------

    Axis Animation (Axis Productions Ltd)
    Registered in Scotland: SC306712

    Registered Office: Suite 7-1, The Skypark, 8 Elliot Place, Glasgow G3 8EP

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  • 06/03/15--04:00: Splunk server wisdom
  • Splunk server wisdom
    posted by Peter Devlin on June 3, 2015, 7 a.m.
    Morning,

    Looking to query the hivemind with quick questions for those using Splunk. Did you deploy Splunk on virtualized machine or dedicated hardware? At what data throughput / device numbers does it make sense to use hardware over VM deployment?

    Our initial testbed will be on VMware. I'm curious to know how others have deployed and general experiences?

    --
    Thanks,

    Peter Devlin
    IT Manager
    Tel+44 (0)141 572 2802




    A X I S

    Axis Productions Limited

    7.1 Skypark 1, Elliot Place

    Glasgow, G3 8EP

    axisanimation.com


    -----------------------------------------------------------------------

    Axis Animation (Axis Productions Ltd)
    Registered in Scotland: SC306712

    Registered Office: Suite 7-1, The Skypark, 8 Elliot Place, Glasgow G3 8EP
    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    Morning,

    Looking to query the hivemind with quick questions for those using Splunk. Did you deploy Splunk on virtualized machine or dedicated hardware? At what data throughput / device numbers does it make sense to use hardware over VM deployment?

    Our initial testbed will be on VMware. I'm curious to know how others have deployed and general experiences?

    --
    Thanks,

    Peter Devlin
    IT Manager
    Tel+44 (0)141 572 2802




    A X I S

    Axis Productions Limited

    7.1 Skypark 1, Elliot Place

    Glasgow, G3 8EP

    axisanimation.com


    -----------------------------------------------------------------------

    Axis Animation (Axis Productions Ltd)
    Registered in Scotland: SC306712

    Registered Office: Suite 7-1, The Skypark, 8 Elliot Place, Glasgow G3 8EP

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  • 06/03/15--09:35: OT/Funny: USB
  • OT/Funny: USB
    posted by  on June 3, 2015, 12:35 p.m.
    I figured we could use a comedic interlude right about now.  From Reddits Showerthoughts:

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    I figured we could use a comedic interlude right about now.  From Reddits Showerthoughts:


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    PDUs vs splitter cables for blade servers?
    posted by Jean-Francois Panisset on June 3, 2015, 1:20 p.m. (1 day ago)
    Blade server PSUs typically have multiple power supplies with C20 male inlets. For instance a SuperMicro SuperBlade chassis would often be configured with 4 x 2500W power supplies, and the recommendation is that only 2 PSUs should share a 208/30A circuit:

    http://www.supermicro.com/products/SuperBlade/powersupply/powercord.cfm

    SuperMicro will sell you a MCP-520-00036-0N PDU to go from a L6-30R receptacle to C19s in which to plug your PSUs, but you need 2 of these PDUs for your 4 PSUs, and then you have to wire manage those thick power cords, and have 2U of open "rear" space for these PDUs. And you're looking at about $600 for the pair:

    http://www.amazon.com/Supermicro-MCP-520-00036-0N-Rack-208V-C19S/dp/B0013TU9VW

    Or if you want to be fancy, you could look at something like an APC AP7811:

    http://www.apc.com/products/resource/include/techspec_index.cfm?base_sku=AP7811

    but how you are losing 2U per PDU, and it seems wasteful to be using only 2 C19 connectors from each of these. You are also looking at more than $1K for the pair:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812106241

    So the question is: is there something electrically wrong (especially code wise) with using a simple L6-30P to dual C19 splitter / Y cable and plug 2 PSUs directly into an L6-30 receptacle? Of course you don't get metering like with the fancy APC PDU, and you don't get an extra level of breaker protection, but that L6-30 receptacle is on its own circuit anyway and should have its own breaker at the panel.

    JF


    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    Blade server PSUs typically have multiple power supplies with C20 male inlets. For instance a SuperMicro SuperBlade chassis would often be configured with 4 x 2500W power supplies, and the recommendation is that only 2 PSUs should share a 208/30A circuit:

    http://www.supermicro.com/products/SuperBlade/powersupply/powercord.cfm

    SuperMicro will sell you a MCP-520-00036-0N PDU to go from a L6-30R receptacle to C19s in which to plug your PSUs, but you need 2 of these PDUs for your 4 PSUs, and then you have to wire manage those thick power cords, and have 2U of open "rear" space for these PDUs. And you're looking at about $600 for the pair:

    http://www.amazon.com/Supermicro-MCP-520-00036-0N-Rack-208V-C19S/dp/B0013TU9VW

    Or if you want to be fancy, you could look at something like an APC AP7811:

    http://www.apc.com/products/resource/include/techspec_index.cfm?base_sku=AP7811

    but how you are losing 2U per PDU, and it seems wasteful to be using only 2 C19 connectors from each of these. You are also looking at more than $1K for the pair:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812106241

    So the question is: is there something electrically wrong (especially code wise) with using a simple L6-30P to dual C19 splitter / Y cable and plug 2 PSUs directly into an L6-30 receptacle? Of course you don't get metering like with the fancy APC PDU, and you don't get an extra level of breaker protection, but that L6-30 receptacle is on its own circuit anyway and should have its own breaker at the panel.

    JF



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  • 06/04/15--04:35: PureStorage
  • PureStorage
    posted by Julian Firminger on June 4, 2015, 7:35 a.m.
    Anyone like to share some experiences with PureStorage?

    We're rolling out to 4K editorial (Avid) mixed with Nucoda (Colour). First port of call is Isilon, but I'm scouting around for alternatives.

    Julian Firminger

    Snr. Systems Administrator,
    United Broadcast Facilities
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    Anyone like to share some experiences with PureStorage?

    We're rolling out to 4K editorial (Avid) mixed with Nucoda (Colour). First port of call is Isilon, but I'm scouting around for alternatives.

    Julian Firminger

    Snr. Systems Administrator,
    United Broadcast Facilities
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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  • 06/05/15--08:29: generate DNxHD
  • generate DNxHD
    posted by Steven Swazer on June 5, 2015, 11:29 a.m.

    Hello to all,

    Can anobody tell me how to generate DNxHD, for now we use Fusion but we plan to stop using it 

    Thread Tags:
      development 

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    Hello to all,

    Can anobody tell me how to generate DNxHD, for now we use Fusion but we plan to stop using it 


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  • 06/05/15--13:05: Friday SGI warranty question
  • Friday SGI warranty question
    posted by David Laur on June 5, 2015, 4:05 p.m. (1 day ago)
    So my usually reliable SGI coffee mug cracked and started leaking when I refilled it yesterday afternoon. Its only about 25 years old, anyone know the warranty details on that? Greg? thanks, David David Laur dml@pixar.com To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe
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    So my usually reliable SGI coffee mug cracked and started leaking when I refilled it yesterday afternoon. Its only about 25 years old, anyone know the warranty details on that? Greg? thanks, David David Laur dml@pixar.com To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe

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    Meet up with Qumulo in Montreal June 10-11
    posted by Kerry Corlett on June 8, 2015, 6:05 p.m. (1 day ago)

    If you are attending “effects MTL” in Montreal this week, Annex Pro is hosting Qumulo technical update meetings in the Business Lounge, June 10 and 11.  Reply to this email to reserve your space

     

    Feel free to share this invitation

     

    More info

    http://www.annexpro.com/annex-pro-and-qumulo-meet-us-at-effects-mtl-2015/

     

     

     

     

     

    Kerry Corlett

    President

    Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: 2009 Annex Pro logo SMALL 106x20 pixels

    Vancouver | Toronto | Montreal

    T: 800 682 6639 x103

    www.annexpro.com/qumulo

     

    Annex Pro are Value-added Resellers of Software, Hardware + IT Infrastructure for Digital Media + Entertainment – VIEW OUR LINE CARD AT annexpro.com/products

     

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    If you are attending “effects MTL” in Montreal this week, Annex Pro is hosting Qumulo technical update meetings in the Business Lounge, June 10 and 11.  Reply to this email to reserve your space

     

    Feel free to share this invitation

     

    More info

    http://www.annexpro.com/annex-pro-and-qumulo-meet-us-at-effects-mtl-2015/

     

     

     

     

     

    Kerry Corlett

    President

    Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: 2009 Annex Pro logo SMALL 106x20 pixels

    Vancouver | Toronto | Montreal

    T: 800 682 6639 x103

    www.annexpro.com/qumulo

     

    Annex Pro are Value-added Resellers of Software, Hardware + IT Infrastructure for Digital Media + Entertainment – VIEW OUR LINE CARD AT annexpro.com/products

     


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  • 06/09/15--14:55: Laptop repair Los Angeles
  • Laptop repair Los Angeles
    posted by Jim Tucker on June 9, 2015, 5:55 p.m. (1 day ago)
    Can anyone recommend a reliable repair place for a laptop in los angeles.
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    Can anyone recommend a reliable repair place for a laptop in los angeles.

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    High end computer rental Toronto
    posted by Todd Smith on June 9, 2015, 6:15 p.m. (1 day ago)
    Hi all,

    We are look to supplement one of our teams with some extra horsepower, anyone know a good high end computer rental place in Toronto?

    Thanks,

    Todd Smith
    Head of Information Technology

    soho vfx 
    99 Atlantic Ave. Suite 303, Toronto, Ontario M6K 3J8

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      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    Hi all,

    We are look to supplement one of our teams with some extra horsepower, anyone know a good high end computer rental place in Toronto?

    Thanks,

    Todd Smith
    Head of Information Technology

    soho vfx 
    99 Atlantic Ave. Suite 303, Toronto, Ontario M6K 3J8


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  • 06/09/15--15:45: Huawei PR fail...
  • Huawei PR fail...
    posted by Jeremy Lang on June 9, 2015, 6:45 p.m. (1 day ago)
    Wow, you know, I've considered Huawei from time to time, I even learned how to pronounce it.

    Yeah, how about no:

    ______________
    Jeremy M. Lang
    it4vfx
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      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    Wow, you know, I've considered Huawei from time to time, I even learned how to pronounce it.

    Yeah, how about no:

    ______________
    Jeremy M. Lang
    it4vfx

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  • 06/10/15--04:00: cobblerd.org
  • cobblerd.org
    posted by Julian Firminger on June 10, 2015, 7 a.m.
    Gents,

    Looks to me likehttp://www.cobblerd.org/ is down.
    Anyone else seeing this? Did I miss something?

    Julian Firminger

    Snr. Systems Administrator,
    United Broadcast Facilities
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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    Gents,

    Looks to me likehttp://www.cobblerd.org/ is down.
    Anyone else seeing this? Did I miss something?

    Julian Firminger

    Snr. Systems Administrator,
    United Broadcast Facilities
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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  • 06/11/15--01:10: cobbler loader files missing
  • cobbler loader files missing
    posted by Julian Firminger on June 11, 2015, 4:10 a.m.
    Hey all,

    As it seems cobblerd.org is down and I cant find any comment about when it might come back, can anyone point me at / mail me / link to the cobbler-loader files?
    (what normally lives in /var/lib/cobbler/loaders)

    Cheers,

    Julian Firminger

    Snr. Systems Administrator,
    United Broadcast Facilities
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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    Hey all,

    As it seems cobblerd.org is down and I cant find any comment about when it might come back, can anyone point me at / mail me / link to the cobbler-loader files?
    (what normally lives in /var/lib/cobbler/loaders)

    Cheers,

    Julian Firminger

    Snr. Systems Administrator,
    United Broadcast Facilities
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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