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    How do you present data from multiple storage sources to your users?
    posted by Shawn Wallbridge on March 4, 2016, 12:55 p.m.
    We use our Avere's for this, but also I heard Weta used a dedicated box back in the day that had the NFS shares with a bunch of symlinks.

    It is discussed in this video...


    shawn

    On Fri, Mar 4, 2016 at 12:41 PM, Rory Falloon <rory@mrxfx.com> wrote:
    Hi,

    Once upon a time, using the BlueArc for global symlinks took a headache out of presenting files from different servers (isilon, bluearc, supermicro nearline) as being from one source to both linux AND windows users.

    How are people doing it these days? DFS? Another way?

    Interested to hear.

    Rory.

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    Thread Tags:
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    We use our Avere's for this, but also I heard Weta used a dedicated box back in the day that had the NFS shares with a bunch of symlinks.

    It is discussed in this video...


    shawn

    On Fri, Mar 4, 2016 at 12:41 PM, Rory Falloon <rory@mrxfx.com> wrote:
    Hi,

    Once upon a time, using the BlueArc for global symlinks took a headache out of presenting files from different servers (isilon, bluearc, supermicro nearline) as being from one source to both linux AND windows users.

    How are people doing it these days? DFS? Another way?

    Interested to hear.

    Rory.

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    Drive Map group policy for fiber and Ethernet internal network
    posted by ErikNelson on March 4, 2016, 8:12 p.m. (1 day ago)

    Hey!

    I have a setup where all computers are attatched to a standard ethernet newtork that that links to our datasorage. Many (but not all) of these machines are setup to connect to that data store through a supplemental 10ge fiber network.

    That data store has multiple mount points, of which are maped as a y and a z drive in wondows via group policy.

    Up until now I have been able to seperate out users that only use the 192.x.x.x ethernet newtowrk into their own OU for those maps and the rest were in a blanket OU to map them to th 10.x.x.x fiber network drive map.

    Is there a way to create a group policy that will allow for the smart mapping of those drives to the ehternet netowork only if it can't see the datastore via the fiber network?

    Thread Tags:
      group policy, drive map, windows, networking 

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    Hey!

    I have a setup where all computers are attatched to a standard ethernet newtork that that links to our datasorage. Many (but not all) of these machines are setup to connect to that data store through a supplemental 10ge fiber network.

    That data store has multiple mount points, of which are maped as a y and a z drive in wondows via group policy.

    Up until now I have been able to seperate out users that only use the 192.x.x.x ethernet newtowrk into their own OU for those maps and the rest were in a blanket OU to map them to th 10.x.x.x fiber network drive map.

    Is there a way to create a group policy that will allow for the smart mapping of those drives to the ehternet netowork only if it can't see the datastore via the fiber network?


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    Burn Nodes With Multiple GPUs
    posted by David Kossin on March 7, 2016, 12:43 p.m. (1 day ago)

    Hey Everyone,

     

    Simple question (I think) – I plan on putting multiple GPUs into one system and turning that system into a Burn node for our Flames/Flares. Does anyone know if this will work? Are there any special configurations for getting a Burn node to use more than one GPU in one box?

     

    Thanks!

     

    (Using 2016ext2sp1)

    Thread Tags:
      render burn flame autodesk 

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    Hey Everyone,

     

    Simple question (I think) – I plan on putting multiple GPUs into one system and turning that system into a Burn node for our Flames/Flares. Does anyone know if this will work? Are there any special configurations for getting a Burn node to use more than one GPU in one box?

     

    Thanks!

     

    (Using 2016ext2sp1)


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  • 03/10/16--06:10: chassis with 4xPCI3x16 slots
  • chassis with 4xPCI3x16 slots
    posted by Julian Firminger on March 10, 2016, 9:10 a.m. (1 day ago)
    Greetings SuperMicro fans and associated hardware peeps,

    Is anyone out there running compute nodes with 4 GPUs in them? Interested to find something considerably cheaper than a DL580 and to know more about any cooling fun people have had.

    FTR, it's for a fairly large 4K realtime framerate converter using 4xR9-390's.


    Julian Firminger

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

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    Greetings SuperMicro fans and associated hardware peeps,

    Is anyone out there running compute nodes with 4 GPUs in them? Interested to find something considerably cheaper than a DL580 and to know more about any cooling fun people have had.

    FTR, it's for a fairly large 4K realtime framerate converter using 4xR9-390's.


    Julian Firminger

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

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  • 03/10/16--06:47: Zimbra
  • Zimbra
    posted by Sean Macrae on March 10, 2016, 9:47 a.m. (1 day ago)

    Hey all, not interested in if you like it or pros and cons...just who is actually using it in their studio right now?

     

     


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    Hey all, not interested in if you like it or pros and cons...just who is actually using it in their studio right now?

     

     


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  • 03/13/16--11:15: OneFS 8 - Anyone tried it?
  • OneFS 8 - Anyone tried it?
    posted by Zorion Terrell on March 13, 2016, 2:15 p.m. (1 day ago)

    Hey All,

     

    Just wondering if anyone’s looked at OneFS 8 yet…..

    I have 4 x200 nodes left over from a migration to new x410’s. Debating on adding them as a second smart pool with the x410s or leaving them as their own cluster for testing. OneFS 8 has some interesting features on paper so I thought I’d check and see if anyone out there as tried it!!

     

    Cheers,

     

     

    Zorion Terrell

    IT Manager | DHX Studios

    e:zorion.terrell@dhxmedia.com

    t: 604-684-2363| m: 604-562-5148

    600-190 Alexander Street

    Vancouver, BC Canada V6A 1B5

     

    cid:image001.png@01D04093.598AC060

     

     

    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    Hey All,

     

    Just wondering if anyone’s looked at OneFS 8 yet…..

    I have 4 x200 nodes left over from a migration to new x410’s. Debating on adding them as a second smart pool with the x410s or leaving them as their own cluster for testing. OneFS 8 has some interesting features on paper so I thought I’d check and see if anyone out there as tried it!!

     

    Cheers,

     

     

    Zorion Terrell

    IT Manager | DHX Studios

    e:zorion.terrell@dhxmedia.com

    t: 604-684-2363| m: 604-562-5148

    600-190 Alexander Street

    Vancouver, BC Canada V6A 1B5

     

    cid:image001.png@01D04093.598AC060

     

     


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    Repurpose Hitachi storage equipment
    posted by Jamie Darville on March 14, 2016, 6:04 p.m.

    Hi

     

    Has anyone repurposed Hitachi NAS equipment before?

    We have a Hitachi AMS 2500 NAS, it's just not ideal for us any more, we'd like to sell it but haven't had a lot of interest.

    our other idea was to try and repurpose it.

     

    How difficult is it to just install Linux or FreeBSD on the head, and use some of the existing JBODs and disks, or use the head and buy better density JBODs/disks.
    I'm completely unfamiliar with Hitachi, I'm hoping it is mostly just commdity hardware under the hood and we can do what we want with it... but don't think that is likely.

    Thread Tags:
      storage 

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    Hi

     

    Has anyone repurposed Hitachi NAS equipment before?

    We have a Hitachi AMS 2500 NAS, it's just not ideal for us any more, we'd like to sell it but haven't had a lot of interest.

    our other idea was to try and repurpose it.

     

    How difficult is it to just install Linux or FreeBSD on the head, and use some of the existing JBODs and disks, or use the head and buy better density JBODs/disks.
    I'm completely unfamiliar with Hitachi, I'm hoping it is mostly just commdity hardware under the hood and we can do what we want with it... but don't think that is likely.


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    Linux Kernel adds forward error correction for block devices (and other stuff)
    posted by Will Rosecrans on March 14, 2016, 8:15 p.m.
    Something jumped out at me in the kernel release notes that I figured some other folks might be interested in http://kernelnewbies.org/Linux_4.5

    "1.5. Forwarded Error Correction support in the device-mapper's verity target"

    Anybody using Verity? Anybody paying enough attention to be familiar with the new feature? I assume performance is terrible compared to unchecked access, but I've had a few late nights wishing that I could get the same data out of a drive that had previously been put into it. I imagine in a lot of cases FEC would be well worth a little performance/space overhead.


    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    Something jumped out at me in the kernel release notes that I figured some other folks might be interested in http://kernelnewbies.org/Linux_4.5

    "1.5. Forwarded Error Correction support in the device-mapper's verity target"

    Anybody using Verity? Anybody paying enough attention to be familiar with the new feature? I assume performance is terrible compared to unchecked access, but I've had a few late nights wishing that I could get the same data out of a drive that had previously been put into it. I imagine in a lot of cases FEC would be well worth a little performance/space overhead.



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    VFX Workstation rental in NYC?
    posted by Brian Smith on March 16, 2016, 10:55 a.m. (1 day ago)

    Looking to rent a vfx PC workstation for a month or so running windows.

    Need at least dual 10 core xeons, quadro card and miniumum 64gb ram.

    Any pointers to reputable rentals helpful

     

    Thanks

     

    Brian

    Thread Tags:
      workstation 

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    Looking to rent a vfx PC workstation for a month or so running windows.

    Need at least dual 10 core xeons, quadro card and miniumum 64gb ram.

    Any pointers to reputable rentals helpful

     

    Thanks

     

    Brian


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    Gefen DVI Detective or Kramer VA-1DVIN needed (Los Angeles)
    posted by Bill Heiden on March 21, 2016, 9:58 p.m. (3 days ago)

    Hi all,

     

     Our DVI Detective just died and we need it for an ADR session tomorrow.  Does anyone in LA have a spare or know of a place where we can purchase one.  It also looks like the Kramer VA-1DVIN would work.  Willing to rent or purchase.  Thanks in advance.

    Thread Tags:
      gefen dvi detective edid kramer 

    0 Responses     0 Plus One's     0 Comments  
     

    Hi all,

     

     Our DVI Detective just died and we need it for an ADR session tomorrow.  Does anyone in LA have a spare or know of a place where we can purchase one.  It also looks like the Kramer VA-1DVIN would work.  Willing to rent or purchase.  Thanks in advance.


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  • 03/22/16--04:40: Xeon D
  • Xeon D
    posted by Jimmy Christensen on March 22, 2016, 7:40 a.m. (2 days ago)
    Hi, I'm wondering if people have any Xeon D systems running for rendering. The performance per watt seems quite interesting, but it's hard to get any rendering benchmarks. - Jimmy To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe
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      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    Hi, I'm wondering if people have any Xeon D systems running for rendering. The performance per watt seems quite interesting, but it's hard to get any rendering benchmarks. - Jimmy To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe

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  • 03/22/16--13:02: PCoIP in VFX
  • PCoIP in VFX
    posted by John Young on March 22, 2016, 4:02 p.m. (2 days ago)

    Our team (systems) is starting to POC PCoIP and we are aware other VFX houses have been using this method for quite some time.

     

    Rather than re-invent the wheel we’re hoping we can learn from you and avoid any mistakes you’ve made in the past etc?

     

    Particularly interested in any network tweaks , QOS, client side settings, hardware you settled on,problems, limitations,  etc etc?  

     

    Did you have any issues with colour calibrated monitors (Dreamcolours etc), latency, multiple monitors, etc.

     

    Look forward to any advice or even if you point me in another direction.

     

    Cheers 

     

    John

     

    Thread Tags:
      PCoIP Remote Workstation Terminal 

    0 Responses     0 Plus One's     0 Comments  
     

    Our team (systems) is starting to POC PCoIP and we are aware other VFX houses have been using this method for quite some time.

     

    Rather than re-invent the wheel we’re hoping we can learn from you and avoid any mistakes you’ve made in the past etc?

     

    Particularly interested in any network tweaks , QOS, client side settings, hardware you settled on,problems, limitations,  etc etc?  

     

    Did you have any issues with colour calibrated monitors (Dreamcolours etc), latency, multiple monitors, etc.

     

    Look forward to any advice or even if you point me in another direction.

     

    Cheers 

     

    John

     


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    JOB: Halon Entertainment hiring a Pipeline Developer / TD
    posted by Michael Oliver on March 22, 2016, 4:05 p.m. (2 days ago)
    Hey everyone. Halon Entertainment is looking to hire a Pipeline Developer / TD to help improve our pipeline. Would ideally have someone local here in Los Angeles, CA who can interact directly with the supervisors and artists. Please pass along to anyone you know who might be interested. Thanks!




    --
    Michael Oliver
    moliver@halon.com
    858.336.1438
    PGP Public Key: https://goo.gl/a2CnHF
    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

    0 Responses     0 Plus One's     0 Comments  
     
    Hey everyone. Halon Entertainment is looking to hire a Pipeline Developer / TD to help improve our pipeline. Would ideally have someone local here in Los Angeles, CA who can interact directly with the supervisors and artists. Please pass along to anyone you know who might be interested. Thanks!




    --
    Michael Oliver
    moliver@halon.com
    858.336.1438
    PGP Public Key: https://goo.gl/a2CnHF

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    apple's double files ._ Quantum
    posted by Greg Whynott on March 23, 2016, 5:05 p.m. (1 day ago)

    Short description of the issue is as follows:

    Clients: OSX 10.11.3

    We had a long history of non stop problems and issues with stornext and our osx clients accessing it via SMB, it was so bad we had to buy a server to re-export the stornext shares so OSX Clients could use the storage.

    When 10.11 came out Quantum said we should use it, and we were more than happy to.

    Things instantly got better. Seen wire speed transfers for the first time from multiple clients.

    But those days were short lived.

    We use watch folders on the stornext exported volumes. Mac users drop files into these watch folders. We have another service (running on another windows machine) which watches the watch folders. When it sees new files it grabs them and performs some work on them (usually transcoding), sends them to a destination then removes the files from the watch folder. This worked for years when we were accessing the volumes via SMB. But it was always disconnecting and slow.


    Now with the LANclient, we havent been able to process any files in the watch folder since last week.

    The problem as I understand it is the transcoding services are getting stuck on the dot files, or as apple calls them apple doubles.. These are files that are prefixed with ._ Any file copied to the stornext filesystems will create a second file prefixed with ._ and near zero kb in size.

    With SAMBA you can configure it to veto files, meaning silently refuse to write files matching this string. So we could make a regex veto similar to: veto: ^._* and that would prevent any file prefixed with ._filename from being created on the file system. I'm told OSX just wasn't making these files before the 10.11/LAN client upgrade (saying this as it wasn't a samba server but a windows 2012R2 one re-exporting the volumes.)

    I am hoping to be able to implement something like this to achieve the same result on our stornext, either at the system, volume or directory level. Alternatively, if there is a method to do the same but on the client side, that is just as workable a solution.


    Pre 10.11 you could prevent this from happening with a few alterations to com.apple.desktopservices and similar... or use a few of the opensource tools. Now with Apple's introduction of SIP you can not, without turning SIP off, which I would like to avoid as it is not tested, and lord knowswhat elseit will break. I don't want to trade problems. Also these are Avid workstations so I'm sure Avid would have something to say..


    any insight or ideas would be fantastic! I opened a ticket with Quantum, I'll see what they have to say but historically they have brought little to the table with our mac related issues. bunch of mac haters. lol


    thanks much,

    greg


    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

    0 Responses     0 Plus One's     0 Comments  
     

    Short description of the issue is as follows:

    Clients: OSX 10.11.3

    We had a long history of non stop problems and issues with stornext and our osx clients accessing it via SMB, it was so bad we had to buy a server to re-export the stornext shares so OSX Clients could use the storage.

    When 10.11 came out Quantum said we should use it, and we were more than happy to.

    Things instantly got better. Seen wire speed transfers for the first time from multiple clients.

    But those days were short lived.

    We use watch folders on the stornext exported volumes. Mac users drop files into these watch folders. We have another service (running on another windows machine) which watches the watch folders. When it sees new files it grabs them and performs some work on them (usually transcoding), sends them to a destination then removes the files from the watch folder. This worked for years when we were accessing the volumes via SMB. But it was always disconnecting and slow.


    Now with the LANclient, we havent been able to process any files in the watch folder since last week.

    The problem as I understand it is the transcoding services are getting stuck on the dot files, or as apple calls them apple doubles.. These are files that are prefixed with ._ Any file copied to the stornext filesystems will create a second file prefixed with ._ and near zero kb in size.

    With SAMBA you can configure it to veto files, meaning silently refuse to write files matching this string. So we could make a regex veto similar to: veto: ^._* and that would prevent any file prefixed with ._filename from being created on the file system. I'm told OSX just wasn't making these files before the 10.11/LAN client upgrade (saying this as it wasn't a samba server but a windows 2012R2 one re-exporting the volumes.)

    I am hoping to be able to implement something like this to achieve the same result on our stornext, either at the system, volume or directory level. Alternatively, if there is a method to do the same but on the client side, that is just as workable a solution.


    Pre 10.11 you could prevent this from happening with a few alterations to com.apple.desktopservices and similar... or use a few of the opensource tools. Now with Apple's introduction of SIP you can not, without turning SIP off, which I would like to avoid as it is not tested, and lord knowswhat elseit will break. I don't want to trade problems. Also these are Avid workstations so I'm sure Avid would have something to say..


    any insight or ideas would be fantastic! I opened a ticket with Quantum, I'll see what they have to say but historically they have brought little to the table with our mac related issues. bunch of mac haters. lol


    thanks much,

    greg



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    Teradici based solution, 1Gb Lan Dual DVI ?
    posted by Fabrice Altman on March 24, 2016, 7:45 a.m.

    Hello,

     

    Looking for Teradici based solution over a 1Gb Lan.

    It would support dual DVI (1920x1080 + 1600x1200), USB (Wacom, memory sticks) and Audio.

    The CPUs/GPUs workstations are discreet Supermicro dual Xeon Windows 7 Nvidia PCs I would like to remote.

    As some peeps here recommended Teradici in the past here, I was wondering if someone could point me towards the right product from a Teradici partner (Dell, HP or Evga…) that would fit the bill for CGI artists/power users (easily available in the UK).

     

    Cheers,

    F.

    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    Hello,

     

    Looking for Teradici based solution over a 1Gb Lan.

    It would support dual DVI (1920x1080 + 1600x1200), USB (Wacom, memory sticks) and Audio.

    The CPUs/GPUs workstations are discreet Supermicro dual Xeon Windows 7 Nvidia PCs I would like to remote.

    As some peeps here recommended Teradici in the past here, I was wondering if someone could point me towards the right product from a Teradici partner (Dell, HP or Evga…) that would fit the bill for CGI artists/power users (easily available in the UK).

     

    Cheers,

    F.


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    My email company and a blacklist
    posted by Rob LaRose on March 24, 2016, 6:15 p.m.
    Good morning, friends!

    An email blacklist / RBL has listed one of WAN IPs thats only used as a NAT to send mail through my <VERY LARGE EMAIL PROVIDER> server.  They have provided EHLO details as the reason.

    The email provider says they dont share any info with RBLs.  The only way I can think of that the RBL would have my EHLO info is if the mail provider gave it to them or theyre somehow sniffing my traffic.

    Anybody know how an RBL can have details of my smtp conversations w/ my mail provider? Im searching for an explanation other than our mail provider is telling someone about my mail and lying to me about it, which is a very uncomfortable feeling.   

    Rob

    rob larose | engineer | rock paper scissors | 212-255-6446 | www.rockpaperscissors.com

    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    Good morning, friends!

    An email blacklist / RBL has listed one of WAN IPs thats only used as a NAT to send mail through my <VERY LARGE EMAIL PROVIDER> server.  They have provided EHLO details as the reason.

    The email provider says they dont share any info with RBLs.  The only way I can think of that the RBL would have my EHLO info is if the mail provider gave it to them or theyre somehow sniffing my traffic.

    Anybody know how an RBL can have details of my smtp conversations w/ my mail provider? Im searching for an explanation other than our mail provider is telling someone about my mail and lying to me about it, which is a very uncomfortable feeling.   

    Rob

    rob larose | engineer | rock paper scissors | 212-255-6446 | www.rockpaperscissors.com


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  • 03/24/16--16:10: 1U server with 2KW PSU
  • 1U server with 2KW PSU
    posted by Jean-Francois Panisset on March 24, 2016, 7:10 p.m.
    4 GPUs, 2 x E5-26xx up to 145W (so would take the 18 core E5-2699 v3 parts), 1TB RAM, 2KW PSU. Welcome to having only 3 machines per 208V/30A circuit!

    Wonder if you could somehow shoehorn GTX cards in there instead of having to pay the premium for an actual Tesla GPU.

    JF

    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    4 GPUs, 2 x E5-26xx up to 145W (so would take the 18 core E5-2699 v3 parts), 1TB RAM, 2KW PSU. Welcome to having only 3 machines per 208V/30A circuit!

    Wonder if you could somehow shoehorn GTX cards in there instead of having to pay the premium for an actual Tesla GPU.

    JF


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  • 03/24/16--16:25: Google data center 360 video
  • Google data center 360 video
    posted by Jean-Francois Panisset on March 24, 2016, 7:25 p.m.
    I found this on another mailing list:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDAYZU4A3w0

    As expected light on technical details (secret sauce!) but if you want to drool over what a giant, fully custom data center looks like...

    JF

    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

    0 Responses     0 Plus One's     0 Comments  
     
    I found this on another mailing list:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDAYZU4A3w0

    As expected light on technical details (secret sauce!) but if you want to drool over what a giant, fully custom data center looks like...

    JF


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  • 03/25/16--10:55: Icron 2104 USB Rangers
  • Icron 2104 USB Rangers
    posted by Dan Young on March 25, 2016, 1:55 p.m.
    Who's got these kicking around?

    Would love to buy one from ya. Or more.

    DY

    --

    Framestore
    Dan Young Lead Systems Engineer
    LondonNew YorkLos AngelesMontral
    T+1 212 775 0600
    135 Spring Street, New York NY 10012
    TwitterFacebookframestore.com
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      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    Who's got these kicking around?

    Would love to buy one from ya. Or more.

    DY

    --

    Framestore
    Dan Young Lead Systems Engineer
    LondonNew YorkLos AngelesMontral
    T+1 212 775 0600
    135 Spring Street, New York NY 10012
    TwitterFacebookframestore.com

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  • 03/26/16--08:15: LDAP revisit
  • LDAP revisit
    posted by Brian Krusic on March 26, 2016, 11:15 a.m.
    Hi all,

    Curious if any one has used ApacheDS?

    Im revamping our LDAP infrastructure and was simply going to do plain old OpenLDAP, but there are namely 2 others which build on top of it;

    389 Directory Server
    ApacheDS

    - Brian

    A good day is when no one shows up...
    and you don't have to go anywhere."

    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

    0 Responses     0 Plus One's     0 Comments  
     
    Hi all,

    Curious if any one has used ApacheDS?

    Im revamping our LDAP infrastructure and was simply going to do plain old OpenLDAP, but there are namely 2 others which build on top of it;

    389 Directory Server
    ApacheDS

    - Brian

    A good day is when no one shows up...
    and you don't have to go anywhere."


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