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Old 05-29-2008, 12:35 PM
"whoami i"
 
Default RE-export nfs mounted share

Hi


Is there any way to re-export an nfs mounted directory?* I am having three servers runnning on centos4.5 and i am trying to implement* nfs share in an below manner [bcoz there is no alternative way for me to setup nfs share]


HOST A--->>>EXPORTS /prod/data ------->>>HOST B

HOST B ---->>MOUNTED ------>>> /prod/data-----UNDER---/PROD1* [working fine]

HOST B EXPORTS /PROD1 ------>>>>HOST C


HOST C ----->>TRY MOUNTING ----->>>RESULT IN BELOW ERROR

BUT WHEN I TRY TO MOUNT THE ALREADY MOUNTED NFS SHARE IN* "HOST C " *** I AM GETTING BELOW ERROR.

#################MOUNT ERROR##########################################

mount: 10.65.64.30:/PROD1 failed, reason given by server: Permission denied
################################################## ########################

Can anyone suggest me the way to work out aboVE scenario.



Note: I find no -r(-re-export) option in rpc.mountd


REGARDS
LINGU

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Old 05-29-2008, 02:06 PM
Barry Brimer
 
Default RE-export nfs mounted share

Quoting whoami i <hicheerup@gmail.com>:

> Hi
>
> Is there any way to re-export an nfs mounted directory? I am having three
> servers runnning on centos4.5 and i am trying to implement nfs share in an
> below manner [bcoz there is no alternative way for me to setup nfs share]


Did you add the options crossmnt,fsid=0 to the top level nfs export? The fsid=0
might not be needed, but I'm pretty sure the crossmnt is needed.

Barry
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Old 06-09-2008, 07:12 AM
"whoami i"
 
Default RE-export nfs mounted share

Hi
Barry,

*First of all thanx for your reply but i already used the options crossmnt,fsid=0 in my exports file still i am not able to re-export it.


Regards
lingu

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* 4. Re: Low-memory Centos5? (Max Hetrick)

* 5. RE-export nfs mounted share (whoami i)

* 6. Re: Low-memory Centos5? (Anne Wilson)

* 7. Re: Low-memory Centos5? (Robert Moskowitz)

* 8. RE: PPPoE client help (John)

* 9. Re: kernel-2.6.18-53.1.21.el5 centosplus? (Johnny Hughes)

*10. Re: Low-memory Centos5? (Ned Slider)

*11. Re: 40 second delay on automounts with 2.6.18-53.1.21.el5

* * *kernel (Johnny Hughes)

*12. Config for NFSv4 an Kerberos on CentOS 5.1 (Sebastian Marten)

*13. Re: Low-memory Centos5? (Wojtek Pilorz)

*14. openafs kernel module (Markus Hetzenecker)

*15. RE: Low-memory Centos5? (Sorin@Gmail)

*16. Re: openafs kernel module (Johnny Hughes)

*17. Re: Config for NFSv4 an Kerberos on CentOS 5.1 (Barry Brimer)

*18. Re: RE-export nfs mounted share (Barry Brimer)

*19. Re: Low-memory Centos5? (Bob Taylor)

*20. servercd i386 5.1 (Jerry Geis)

*21. Re: CentOS 5.2 ? (Johnny Hughes)

*22. RE: CentOS 5.2 ? (Ross S. W. Walker)

*23. Re: servercd i386 5.1 (Ned Slider)

*24. centos on ebox (Jerry Geis)

*25. Re: CentOS 5.2 ? (Ned Slider)

*26. Re: centos on ebox (Ralph Angenendt)

*27. nfsnobody 65534 vs 4294967294 (David Halik)

*28. Re: centos on ebox (Jerry Geis)

*29. Re: centos on ebox (Tru Huynh)

*30. Re: centos on ebox (Jerry Geis)

*31. Re: Re: centos on ebox (Tru Huynh)

*32. Re: Re: centos on ebox (Johnny Hughes)

*33. Re: FireFox (Scott Silva)

*34. Re: Low-memory Centos5? (MHR)

*35. Re: centos on ebox (Jerry Geis)

*36. Re: Re: centos on ebox (Johnny Hughes)

*37. Setting up a chroot (MHR)

*38. Frequent Gnome Terminal crashes in CentOS 5.1 (Alfred von Campe)

*39. Re: centos on ebox (Jerry Geis)

*40. Re: Frequent Gnome Terminal crashes in CentOS 5.1

* * *(Gregg McClintic)

*41. Re: Re: centos on ebox (Johnny Hughes)

*42. Re: Frequent Gnome Terminal crashes in CentOS 5.1 (Johnny Hughes)

*43. Re: centos on ebox (Jerry Geis)

*44. Re: Setting up a chroot (Johnny Hughes)

*45. RE: /etc/sysctl.conf edit not permanent (Joseph L. Casale)

*46. Re: 40 second delay on automounts with 2.6.18-53.1.21.el5

* * *kernel (Joe Pruett)

*47. Re: centos on ebox (Jerry Geis)

*48. Re: Frequent Gnome Terminal crashes in CentOS 5.1

* * *(Alfred von Campe)

*49. Re: centos on ebox (Scott Silva)

*50. Re: 40 second delay on automounts with 2.6.18-53.1.21.el5

* * *kernel (Ned Slider)

*51. Re: 40 second delay on automounts with 2.6.18-53.1.21.el5

* * *kernel (Scott Silva)

*52. Re: Re: 40 second delay on automounts with 2.6.18-53.1.21.el5

* * *kernel (Johnny Hughes)

*53. Re: Frequent Gnome Terminal crashes in CentOS 5.1 (MHR)

*54. Re: FireFox (William L. Maltby)

*55. Re: Centosplus vmware kernels....??? (Tom Bishop)

*56. Negative Values in delay pools (Sergio Belkin)

*57. Re: Frequent Gnome Terminal crashes in CentOS 5.1

* * *(Filipe Brandenburger)

*58. Re: Frequent Gnome Terminal crashes in CentOS 5.1

* * *(Filipe Brandenburger)

*59. Re: GFS (Jay Leafey)

*60. Re: Learning some sad things about the state of IPv6

* * *(Christopher Chan)

*61. Re: Learning some sad things about the state of IPv6

* * *(Matt Shields)

*62. Re: Learning some sad things about the state of IPv6 (Rob Townley)

*63. Re: Learning some sad things about the state of IPv6

* * *(Christopher Chan)

*64. Re: FireFox (Robert Spangler)

*65. Re: Config for NFSv4 an Kerberos on CentOS 5.1 (Sebastian Marten)

*66. offline file shares (gopinath)

*67. Re: offline file shares (John R Pierce)

*68. Re: offline file shares (Christopher Chan)

*69. Re: offline file shares (Fabian Arrotin - oxygen)

*70. Re: Centosplus vmware kernels....??? (Tru Huynh)

*71. Re: offline file shares (gopinath)

*72. Hasp Driver required (Balaji)

*73. Re: Hasp Driver required (Anne Wilson)

*74. Re: GFS (Karanbir Singh)

*75. Re: Learning some sad things about the state of IPv6

* * *(Karanbir Singh)

*76. Re: Frequent Gnome Terminal crashes in CentOS 5.1

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Message: 1

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 12:00:14 +0000 (UTC)

From: centos-announce-request@centos.org

Subject: [CentOS] CentOS-announce Digest, Vol 39, Issue 13

To: centos-announce@centos.org

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* 1. CESA-2008:0288 Critical CentOS 3 i386 samba - * * security update

* * *(Tru Huynh)

* 2. CESA-2008:0288 Critical CentOS 3 x86_64 samba - * security

* * *update (Tru Huynh)

* 3. CESA-2008:0288-01: Critical CentOS 2 i386 samba * security

* * *update (John Newbigin)

* 4. CESA-2008:0506-05: Low CentOS 2 i386 tzdata * * * enhancement

* * *update (John Newbigin)





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Message: 1

Date: Wed, 28 May 2008 22:10:34 +0200

From: Tru Huynh <tru@centos.org>

Subject: [CentOS-announce] CESA-2008:0288 Critical CentOS 3 i386 samba

* * * *- * * * security update

To: centos-announce@centos.org

Message-ID: <20080528201034.GA10630@sillage.bis.pasteur.fr>

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CentOS Errata and Security Advisory CESA-2008:0288



samba security update for CentOS 3 i386:

https://rhn.redhat.com/errata/RHSA-2008-0288.html



The following updated file has been uploaded and is currently syncing to

the mirrors:



i386:

updates/i386/RPMS/samba-3.0.9-1.3E.15.i386.rpm

updates/i386/RPMS/samba-client-3.0.9-1.3E.15.i386.rpm

updates/i386/RPMS/samba-common-3.0.9-1.3E.15.i386.rpm

updates/i386/RPMS/samba-swat-3.0.9-1.3E.15.i386.rpm



source:

updates/SRPMS/samba-3.0.9-1.3E.15.src.rpm



You may update your CentOS-3 i386 installations by running the command:



* * * *yum update samba*



Tru

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Message: 2

Date: Wed, 28 May 2008 22:11:16 +0200

From: Tru Huynh <tru@centos.org>

Subject: [CentOS-announce] CESA-2008:0288 Critical CentOS 3 x86_64

* * * *samba - security update

To: centos-announce@centos.org

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CentOS Errata and Security Advisory CESA-2008:0288



samba security update for CentOS 3 x86_64:

https://rhn.redhat.com/errata/RHSA-2008-0288.html



The following updated file has been uploaded and is currently syncing to

the mirrors:



x86_64:

updates/x86_64/RPMS/samba-3.0.9-1.3E.15.i386.rpm

updates/x86_64/RPMS/samba-3.0.9-1.3E.15.x86_64.rpm

updates/x86_64/RPMS/samba-client-3.0.9-1.3E.15.x86_64.rpm

updates/x86_64/RPMS/samba-common-3.0.9-1.3E.15.i386.rpm

updates/x86_64/RPMS/samba-common-3.0.9-1.3E.15.x86_64.rpm

updates/x86_64/RPMS/samba-swat-3.0.9-1.3E.15.x86_64.rpm



source:

updates/SRPMS/samba-3.0.9-1.3E.15.src.rpm



You may update your CentOS-3 x86_64 installations by running the command:



* * * *yum update samba*



Tru

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Message: 3

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 09:35:27 +1000

From: John Newbigin <jnewbigin@ict.swin.edu.au>

Subject: [CentOS-announce] CESA-2008:0288-01: Critical CentOS 2 i386

* * * *samba * security update

To: centos-announce@centos.org

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The following errata for CentOS-2 have been built and uploaded to the

centos mirror:



RHSA-2008:0288-01 Critical: samba security update



Files available:

samba-2.2.12-1.21as.9.3.i386.rpm

samba-client-2.2.12-1.21as.9.3.i386.rpm

samba-common-2.2.12-1.21as.9.3.i386.rpm

samba-swat-2.2.12-1.21as.9.3.i386.rpm



More details are available from the RedHat web site at

https://rhn.redhat.com/errata/rh21as-errata.html



The easy way to make sure you are up to date with all the latest patches

is to run:

# yum update



--

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Faculty of Information and Communication Technologies

Swinburne University of Technology

Melbourne, Australia

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Message: 4

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 09:55:51 +1000

From: John Newbigin <jnewbigin@ict.swin.edu.au>

Subject: [CentOS-announce] CESA-2008:0506-05: Low CentOS 2 i386 tzdata

* * * *enhancement update

To: centos-announce@centos.org

Message-ID: <483DF107.202@ict.swin.edu.au>

Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed



The following errata for CentOS-2 have been built and uploaded to the

centos mirror:



RHEA-2008:0506-05 tzdata enhancement update



Files available:

tzdata-2008b-3.el2_1.noarch.rpm



More details are available from the RedHat web site at

https://rhn.redhat.com/errata/rh21as-errata.html



The easy way to make sure you are up to date with all the latest patches

is to run:

# yum update



--

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Faculty of Information and Communication Technologies

Swinburne University of Technology

Melbourne, Australia

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Message: 2

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 13:14:24 +0100

From: Anne Wilson <cannewilson@googlemail.com>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] Low-memory Centos5?

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <200805291314.30954.cannewilson@googlemail.com>

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On Thursday 29 May 2008 12:31:17 Jeffrey B. Layton wrote:

> Good morning,

>

> I've inherited an old laptop from my wife that I'd like to

> use when I travel (it's fairly small with a 12" screen). The

> bad part is that it is maxed out on memory with 384MB.

> Has anyone played with using Centos5 on systems with

> little memory? Ideally, I don't need too much - Firefox,

> Openoffice, a little Perl/Python/C here and there. I was

> thinking about using either XFCE or Icewm as the window

> manager. I'd also like it to work with the existing wireless

> card (Dlink DWL-G650). Any thoughts or recommendations?

>

For a time I ran FC6 on a laptop with only 256MB RAM, and I ran kde! *It was

slow, yes, but quite usable as long as I did one thing at a time.

Considering the similarity between FC6 and CentOS5 I would think you'd be OK,

using it with care. *ISTR that Firefox occasionally caused runaway cpu, but I

doubt if the same problem exists in the current CentOS version.



Anne



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Message: 3

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 14:22:15 +0200

From: Wojtek Pilorz <wpilorz@bdk.pl>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] Low-memory Centos5?

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <20080529122215.GB28817@bdk.pl>

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On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 07:31:17AM -0400, Jeffrey B. Layton wrote:

> Good morning,

>

> I've inherited an old laptop from my wife that I'd like to

> use when I travel (it's fairly small with a 12" screen). The

> bad part is that it is maxed out on memory with 384MB.

> Has anyone played with using Centos5 on systems with

> little memory? Ideally, I don't need too much - Firefox,

I was running FedoraCore6 (very close to CentOS5)

on a P4 box with 256MB of RAM, using KDE.



OpenOffice (word, calc) was usable once it started, startup

*was rather slow.

yum update was painful, I had to run it from text mode sometimes.

With 384MB and IceWM or XFCE you should be OK

(although I am not sure if Firefox and OpenOffice at the same

time will be possible ...)

One problem with old firefox is that it is (said to be) leaking memory

so restarting it every few hours of so might be useful.

I seem to remember that opera was advertised as being

less memory hungry than firefox.



> Openoffice, a little Perl/Python/C here and there. I was

No eclipse, of course.



> thinking about using either XFCE or Icewm as the window

> manager. I'd also like it to work with the existing wireless

> card (Dlink DWL-G650). Any thoughts or recommendations?

No idea here.

>



Good luck,



Wojtek







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Message: 4

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 08:25:27 -0400

From: Max Hetrick <maxhetrick@verizon.net>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] Low-memory Centos5?

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <483EA0B7.3070800@verizon.net>

Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1



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Jeffrey B. Layton wrote:



> I've inherited an old laptop from my wife that I'd like to

> use when I travel (it's fairly small with a 12" screen). The

> bad part is that it is maxed out on memory with 384MB.

> Has anyone played with using Centos5 on systems with

> little memory? Ideally, I don't need too much - Firefox,

> Openoffice, a little Perl/Python/C here and there. I was

> thinking about using either XFCE or Icewm as the window

> manager. I'd also like it to work with the existing wireless

> card (Dlink DWL-G650). Any thoughts or recommendations?





If you don't have to have a Red Hat based distro for this installation,

perhaps look at DSL.



http://www.damnsmalllinux.org/



You can do an installation to hard drive and it takes very little

resources. It's Debian based, not my preference, but perfect for these

types of situations.



It's supposed to run on memory as low as 128Mb and still be fast.



As far as your wireless, from what I read you have to use the

ndiswrapper to get cards to work under it, configuring it with

wlanconfig. I've never done it.



Anyways, hope this helps. Not that I like suggesting non CentOS

products, but it's a suggestion.



Regards,

Max





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Message: 5

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 18:05:08 +0530

From: "whoami i" <hicheerup@gmail.com>

Subject: [CentOS] RE-export nfs mounted share

To: centos@centos.org

Message-ID:

* * * *<29e045b80805290535o7893b939ye1e15fd4a8b6e7af@mai l.gmail.com>

Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"



Hi



Is there any way to re-export an nfs mounted directory? *I am having three

servers runnning on centos4.5 and i am trying to implement *nfs share in an

below manner [bcoz there is no alternative way for me to setup nfs share]



HOST A--->>>EXPORTS /prod/data ------->>>HOST B



HOST B ---->>MOUNTED ------>>> /prod/data-----UNDER---/PROD1 *[working fine]



HOST B EXPORTS /PROD1 ------>>>>HOST C



HOST C ----->>TRY MOUNTING ----->>>RESULT IN BELOW ERROR



BUT WHEN I TRY TO MOUNT THE ALREADY MOUNTED NFS SHARE IN *"HOST C " * * I AM

GETTING BELOW ERROR.



#################MOUNT ERROR##########################################

mount: 10.65.64.30:/PROD1 failed, reason given by server: Permission denied

################################################## ########################



Can anyone suggest me the way to work out aboVE scenario.





Note: I find no -r(-re-export) option in rpc.mountd





REGARDS

LINGU

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Message: 6

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 13:36:59 +0100

From: Anne Wilson <cannewilson@googlemail.com>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] Low-memory Centos5?

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <200805291336.59926.cannewilson@googlemail.com>

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On Thursday 29 May 2008 13:22:15 Wojtek Pilorz wrote:

> *I'd also like it to work with the existing wireless

>

> > card (Dlink DWL-G650). Any thoughts or recommendations?

>

> No idea here.



I'm fairly sure I've seen a how-to for that, so it's worth googling. *I may

have a printout with a url, but I can't look just now.



Anne

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Message: 7

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 08:46:38 -0400

From: Robert Moskowitz <rgm@htt-consult.com>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] Low-memory Centos5?

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <483EA5AE.7030708@htt-consult.com>

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Jeffrey B. Layton wrote:

> Good morning,

>

> I've inherited an old laptop from my wife that I'd like to

> use when I travel (it's fairly small with a 12" screen). The

> bad part is that it is maxed out on memory with 384MB.

> Has anyone played with using Centos5 on systems with

> little memory? Ideally, I don't need too much - Firefox,

> Openoffice, a little Perl/Python/C here and there. I was

> thinking about using either XFCE or Icewm as the window

> manager. I'd also like it to work with the existing wireless

> card (Dlink DWL-G650). Any thoughts or recommendations?

I have a number of 256Mb Centos installs here with Gnome. I shut off as

many services as possible, and it runs. I made the swap partition (Yes I

manually create a separate swap partition instead of running it in LVM)

at least 512Mb if not more.



Firefox 1.5 works fine. Watch yourself with OpenOffice, don't have too

much running.



One trick I do with Centos servers running with only 256Mb, is run

VNCserver and then from my notebook access with Gnome. This works great,

only a one line change in the vnc files to have Gnome as your GUI on the

server.









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Message: 8

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 09:03:36 -0400

From: "John" <jses27@gmail.com>

Subject: RE: [CentOS] PPPoE client help

To: "'CentOS mailing list'" <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <009d01c8c18c$6a5e3440$0700a8c0@ethan27>

Content-Type: text/plain; * * * charset="US-ASCII"





-----Original Message-----

From: centos-bounces@centos.org [mailto:centos-bounces@centos.org] On Behalf

Of Robert Moskowitz

Sent: Wednesday, May 28, 2008 4:42 PM

To: CentOS mailing list

Subject: [CentOS] PPPoE client help



Please point me in the right direction....



My ISP is giving me an IPv6 prefix, but to get that I have to:



The current Speedstream ADSL router will be configured as a bridge. *I will

have to set up a Linux (read Centos, I hope) router that will connect

ethernet to the Speedstream but run PPPoE to his network and get both the

IPv4 and IPv6 route delegations.



There is no easy way that I know of to test this ahead of time. *I basically

have to get the box configed, have my ISP switch the Speedstream to briding

mode, and GO! *So I need to do some reading....

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Try http://www.ipv6.org/howtos.html .



JohnStanley



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Message: 9

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 08:11:23 -0500

From: Johnny Hughes <johnny@centos.org>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] kernel-2.6.18-53.1.21.el5 centosplus?

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <483EAB7B.5050407@centos.org>

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Alfred von Campe wrote:

> On May 28, 2008, at 14:08, Johnny Hughes wrote:

>

>> We are currently using the builders to build centos-5.2 ... I can try

>> to *get the that kernel in, but we should very soon thereafter have

>> the 5.2 one, so it might be better for you just to wait.

>

> Does the 5.2 kernel include the NFS patch (RH bug 321111 I think)? *The

> only reason I am using the centosplus kernel is because of the NFS

> performance issue. *Oh, and I also like to have framebuffer support in

> the kernel which was missing from the previous centosplus kernel. *So if

> the 5.2 kernel includes the NFS patch, and has FB support, that would

> make my day!



yes ... the new kernel is fixed upstream for that issue



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Message: 10

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 14:12:38 +0100

From: Ned Slider <ned@unixmail.co.uk>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] Low-memory Centos5?

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

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Jeffrey B. Layton wrote:

> Good morning,

>

> I've inherited an old laptop from my wife that I'd like to

> use when I travel (it's fairly small with a 12" screen). The

> bad part is that it is maxed out on memory with 384MB.

> Has anyone played with using Centos5 on systems with

> little memory? Ideally, I don't need too much - Firefox,

> Openoffice, a little Perl/Python/C here and there. I was

> thinking about using either XFCE or Icewm as the window

> manager. I'd also like it to work with the existing wireless

> card (Dlink DWL-G650). Any thoughts or recommendations?

>

> TIA!

>

> Jeff

>



As others have said, you should be fine with 384MB RAM. One thing to

note - I think the graphical installer requires 512MB to run (check the

release notes) so you would need to perform a text mode install. Do a

fairly minimal install and add whatever you want afterwards with YUM.









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Message: 11

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 08:22:22 -0500

From: Johnny Hughes <johnny@centos.org>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] 40 second delay on automounts with

* * * *2.6.18-53.1.21.el5 * * *kernel

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <483EAE0E.8050805@centos.org>

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Joe Pruett wrote:

> On Tue, 27 May 2008, Joe Pruett wrote:

>

>> so, has anyone seen ipsec get messed up with the latest kernel?

>

> i have verified that dropping back to the 53.1.19 kernel makes ipsec

> function again. *with the new 5.2 kernel coming soon, i'm not sure if it

> makes sense to try and figure this out or not.



This is already solved on another thread ... but for closure on this

one, there is a known bug here with that kernel and ipsec:



http://bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=2853





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Message: 12

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 15:34:09 +0200

From: Sebastian Marten <sebi4711@gmail.com>

Subject: [CentOS] Config for NFSv4 an Kerberos on CentOS 5.1

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

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Hi list,

Is it possible to set up an NFSv4/Kerberos environment on CentOS 5.1?

I set up Kerberos and NFS but get several erros



"Warning: rpc.gssd appears not to be running.

mount.nfs4: Permission denied"



Is this an CentOS oder an config problem?



Greetings

Sebastian



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Message: 13

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 15:37:31 +0200

From: Wojtek Pilorz <wpilorz@bdk.pl>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] Low-memory Centos5?

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

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On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 02:12:38PM +0100, Ned Slider wrote:

> Jeffrey B. Layton wrote:

> >Good morning,

> >

> >I've inherited an old laptop from my wife that I'd like to

> >use when I travel (it's fairly small with a 12" screen). The

> >bad part is that it is maxed out on memory with 384MB.

> >Has anyone played with using Centos5 on systems with

> >little memory? Ideally, I don't need too much - Firefox,

[...]

> >Jeff

> >

>

> As others have said, you should be fine with 384MB RAM. One thing to

> note - I think the graphical installer requires 512MB to run (check the

> release notes) so you would need to perform a text mode install. Do a

> fairly minimal install and add whatever you want afterwards with YUM.

If no additional repositories are selected during installation,

384MB should be OK with graphical.

If you want to be sure, run it over vnc

(needs specifying vnc vncpassword=a_password when starting installer)

(and keep in mind vnc is unencrypted protocol;



Graphical installer tends to be more complete than text in later RedHat systems.





BTW. I am using CentOS 4.6 with KDE on P4 with 128MB RAM.

*Perhaps not stellar performance, but quite usable.

(And I do not run OpenOffice and firefox at the same time...)



Good luck,



Wojtek.





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Message: 14

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 15:44:22 +0200

From: Markus Hetzenecker <markus.hetzenecker@uibk.ac.at>

Subject: [CentOS] openafs kernel module

To: centos@centos.org

Message-ID: <200805291544.22401.markus.hetzenecker@uibk.ac.a t>

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We start to use centos 5 for our workstation at our site (University Innsbruck)

and we use openafs to hold the home directories. There would be a big advantage

to have the openafs kernel module (and the additional rpms) in the centos

extras (or addons) repository with an automatic compile for the available

kernels.

If you need any help to do this i would be happy to participate in any way.



Cheers, Markus.



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Message: 15

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 15:51:05 +0200

From: "Sorin@Gmail" <sorin.srbu@gmail.com>

Subject: RE: [CentOS] Low-memory Centos5?

To: "'CentOS mailing list'" <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <60744A85CEE74854BEDF6B8B55A1CD7A@orgfarm.uu.local >

Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"



Jeffrey B. Layton <> scribbled on Thursday, May 29, 2008 1:31 PM:



I use CentOS 5.1 with 256M RAM (incl X, Gnome, Firefox etc and the proprietary

Nvidia 3D gfx drivers. Yes I know it's overkill, but it's so much nicer and

easier to move around stuff using a file manager instead of doing it on the

CLI) in a web server scenario (single family site with lots of pics). Works

very well and I haven't had any problems, except for that yum maxes out the

CPU (Amd Duron/750) occasionally.



This is a stationary computer, and an old one at that. Portables however have

a history of being slower generally (especially older ones), so you might want

to inform us on what other hw you have in yours.



XFCE is nice, fast and slick. Good choice. You might want to shut down most

daemons you don't have a need for.



I've been running CentOS 5 on a P3/500 with 256M as well (It's a Best

Okechobee). Works fine, but some hardware might need some tweaking. I run X,

Gnome, Firefox and OpenOffice et all on this one. CentOS even found my obscure

noname USB-to-Ethernet adapter too! This machine runs fine and I haven't run

into anything strange or difficult to resolve. Life is good.



HTH.





> I've inherited an old laptop from my wife that I'd like to

> use when I travel (it's fairly small with a 12" screen). The

> bad part is that it is maxed out on memory with 384MB.

> Has anyone played with using Centos5 on systems with

> little memory? Ideally, I don't need too much - Firefox,

> Openoffice, a little Perl/Python/C here and there. I was

> thinking about using either XFCE or Icewm as the window

> manager. I'd also like it to work with the existing wireless

> card (Dlink DWL-G650). Any thoughts or recommendations?

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Message: 16

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 09:04:10 -0500

From: Johnny Hughes <johnny@centos.org>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] openafs kernel module

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

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Markus Hetzenecker wrote:

> We start to use centos 5 for our workstation at our site (University Innsbruck)

> and we use openafs to hold the home directories. There would be a big advantage

> to have the openafs kernel module (and the additional rpms) in the centos

> extras (or addons) repository with an automatic compile for the available

> kernels.

> If you need any help to do this i would be happy to participate in any way.

>



openafs is available here:



http://atrpms.net/dist/el5/openafs/



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Message: 17

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 09:04:16 -0500

From: Barry Brimer <lists@brimer.org>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] Config for NFSv4 an Kerberos on CentOS 5.1

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

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Quoting Sebastian Marten <sebi4711@gmail.com>:



> Hi list,

> Is it possible to set up an NFSv4/Kerberos environment on CentOS 5.1?

> I set up Kerberos and NFS but get several erros

>

> "Warning: rpc.gssd appears not to be running.

> mount.nfs4: Permission denied"

>

> Is this an CentOS oder an config problem?



Yes.



Are you running all of the gss services?

Is portmap running?

Did you uncomment the SECURE_NFS="yes" in /etc/sysconfig/nfs?

Was your kerberos principal created with:

"addprinc -randkey -e des-cbc-md5:normal nfs/server.domain.com"

Was your keytab entry created with:

"ktadd -e des-cbc-md5:normal nfs/server.domain.com"

Do you have gss/krb5p just before the nfs options in parentheses?



Hope this helps.



Barry





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Message: 18

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 09:06:34 -0500

From: Barry Brimer <lists@brimer.org>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] RE-export nfs mounted share

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

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Quoting whoami i <hicheerup@gmail.com>:



> Hi

>

> Is there any way to re-export an nfs mounted directory? *I am having three

> servers runnning on centos4.5 and i am trying to implement *nfs share in an

> below manner [bcoz there is no alternative way for me to setup nfs share]





Did you add the options crossmnt,fsid=0 to the top level nfs export? *The fsid=0

might not be needed, but I'm pretty sure the crossmnt is needed.



Barry





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Message: 19

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 07:38:41 -0700

From: Bob Taylor <bob8221@gmail.com>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] Low-memory Centos5?

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

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On Thu, 2008-05-29 at 14:12 +0100, Ned Slider wrote:

> Jeffrey B. Layton wrote:

> > Good morning,

> >

> > I've inherited an old laptop from my wife that I'd like to

> > use when I travel (it's fairly small with a 12" screen). The

> > bad part is that it is maxed out on memory with 384MB.

> > Has anyone played with using Centos5 on systems with

> > little memory? Ideally, I don't need too much - Firefox,

> > Openoffice, a little Perl/Python/C here and there. I was

> > thinking about using either XFCE or Icewm as the window

> > manager. I'd also like it to work with the existing wireless

> > card (Dlink DWL-G650). Any thoughts or recommendations?



>

> As others have said, you should be fine with 384MB RAM. One thing to

> note - I think the graphical installer requires 512MB to run (check the

> release notes) so you would need to perform a text mode install. Do a

> fairly minimal install and add whatever you want afterwards with YUM.



I have been running FC 3 and now CentOS 5.1 on an old Gateway 2000 with

only 256MB RAM. Both installed with GUI. Only some editing of services.

I have 1 Gig of swap. I currently have 1 instance of emacs, Evolution,

CDDBSlave2, Firefox 2.0.0.12 and 2 Gnome terminals plus a whole lot of

services running most of which I *hope* I don't need. Screen refresh is

slow but not too much. The machine starts to *really* slow down after

about 15% swap. All I do is logout. Oh, this is my only computer. If

anyone wants to tell me to buy a new one, please send me the money.

Otherwise keep your silence. :-)



Bob

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Message: 20

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 10:40:00 -0400

From: Jerry Geis <geisj@pagestation.com>

Subject: [CentOS] servercd i386 5.1

To: CentOS ML <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <483EC040.3000205@pagestation.com>

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I am looking for the servercd for i386 centos 5.1 on the mirrors.

Not finding it though.



Can someone point me to it. Thanks,



Jerry





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Message: 21

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 09:54:07 -0500

From: Johnny Hughes <johnny@centos.org>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] CentOS 5.2 ?

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

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Stephen John Smoogen wrote:

> On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 9:11 AM, MHR <mhullrich@gmail.com> wrote:

>> On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 2:41 AM, Ralph Angenendt <ra+centos@br-online.de> wrote:

>>> Answer: When it's ready.

>> Suits me - I have a different question (and it's probably up somewhere

>> I don't have time to look at the moment - I'll check when I get to

>> work, but by then I'll have forgotten this question again).

>>

>> Does 5.2 have an updated release of GDE with it?

>>

>> Every so often, among other things, when I exit Evolution, it crashes,

>> but Bug Buddy says it can't report the bug because my GDE is too old.

>>

>> 5.0 came with GDE 2.16.0. *Gnome development is up to 2.23.1 (or later

>> - I lost track).

>>

>

> RHEL-5 will probably be 2.16 til its end of life.



This is generally true .. the minor kde or gnome version (that is the 5

in kde-3.5.4 or the 16 in gnome-2.16.0) has never changed in a the same

RHEL version in the past ...



HOWEVER, I have heard that RHEL-6 is a ways off and that RHEL 5.3 will

continue to have major changes, even more pronounced than those in 5.2,

so we will need to wait and see







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Message: 22

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 11:10:57 -0400

From: "Ross S. W. Walker" <rwalker@medallion.com>

Subject: RE: [CentOS] CentOS 5.2 ?

To: "CentOS mailing list" <centos@centos.org>

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Johnny Hughes wrote:



> Stephen John Smoogen wrote:

> > On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 9:11 AM, MHR <mhullrich@gmail.com> wrote:

> >> On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 2:41 AM, Ralph Angenendt <ra+centos@br-online.de> wrote:

> >>> Answer: When it's ready.

> >> Suits me - I have a different question (and it's probably up somewhere

> >> I don't have time to look at the moment - I'll check when I get to

> >> work, but by then I'll have forgotten this question again).

> >>

> >> Does 5.2 have an updated release of GDE with it?

> >>

> >> Every so often, among other things, when I exit Evolution, it crashes,

> >> but Bug Buddy says it can't report the bug because my GDE is too old.

> >>

> >> 5.0 came with GDE 2.16.0. *Gnome development is up to 2.23.1 (or later

> >> - I lost track).

> >>

> >

> > RHEL-5 will probably be 2.16 til its end of life.

>

> This is generally true .. the minor kde or gnome version (that is the 5

> in kde-3.5.4 or the 16 in gnome-2.16.0) has never changed in a the same

> RHEL version in the past ...

>

> HOWEVER, I have heard that RHEL-6 is a ways off and that RHEL 5.3 will

> continue to have major changes, even more pronounced than those in 5.2,

> so we will need to wait and see



Well one can hope... Personally I would love to see KDE 3.5.9

pulled in as it is a lot more stable and robust then KDE 3.5.4.



KDE 4.0 is still way too immature even for RHEL 6, the interface

still needs a lot of working out, polishing and the icons need to

look more, well less like a child's software system.



I still prefer to use KDE 3.5 and 3.5.9 is definitely the way to

go there.



-Ross



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Message: 23

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 16:38:19 +0100

From: Ned Slider <ned@unixmail.co.uk>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] servercd i386 5.1

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

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Jerry Geis wrote:

> I am looking for the servercd for i386 centos 5.1 on the mirrors.

> Not finding it though.

>

> Can someone point me to it. Thanks,

>

> Jerry





There is currently no serverCD for CentOS 5.1, but you can install from

just the first CD if that helps. See here:



http://wiki.centos.org/FAQ/CentOS5#head-c79c201900d22f163a445f134fcc6c916eb3cb6e









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Message: 24

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 11:46:53 -0400

From: Jerry Geis <geisj@pagestation.com>

Subject: [CentOS] centos on ebox

Cc: CentOS ML <centos@centos.org>

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>

> Jerry Geis wrote:

> >/ I am looking for the servercd for i386 centos 5.1 on the mirrors.

> />/ Not finding it though.

> />/

> />/ Can someone point me to it. Thanks,

> />/

> />/ Jerry

> /

>

> There is currently no serverCD for CentOS 5.1, but you can install from

> just the first CD if that helps. See here:

>

> http://wiki.centos.org/FAQ/CentOS5#head-c79c201900d22f163a445f134fcc6c916eb3cb6e

>

>

>

I grabbed the first CD and tried booting. no luck at this point.



I am trying to install centos i386 on a ebox 2300 unit.

This unit has a vortex86 CPU.

When installing the unit finds the USB cdrom I type "linux text" and it

starts

vlinuz...

init....

Screen goes black and the unit reboots.



I also tried with acpi=off.



Any ideas on getting anaconda to come up on this ebox unit?



Jerry



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Message: 25

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 16:49:56 +0100

From: Ned Slider <ned@unixmail.co.uk>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] CentOS 5.2 ?

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Ross S. W. Walker wrote:

> Johnny Hughes wrote:

>

>> Stephen John Smoogen wrote:

>>> On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 9:11 AM, MHR <mhullrich@gmail.com> wrote:

>>>> On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 2:41 AM, Ralph Angenendt <ra+centos@br-online.de> wrote:

>>>>> Answer: When it's ready.

>>>> Suits me - I have a different question (and it's probably up somewhere

>>>> I don't have time to look at the moment - I'll check when I get to

>>>> work, but by then I'll have forgotten this question again).

>>>>

>>>> Does 5.2 have an updated release of GDE with it?

>>>>

>>>> Every so often, among other things, when I exit Evolution, it crashes,

>>>> but Bug Buddy says it can't report the bug because my GDE is too old.

>>>>

>>>> 5.0 came with GDE 2.16.0. *Gnome development is up to 2.23.1 (or later

>>>> - I lost track).

>>>>

>>> RHEL-5 will probably be 2.16 til its end of life.

>> This is generally true .. the minor kde or gnome version (that is the 5

>> in kde-3.5.4 or the 16 in gnome-2.16.0) has never changed in a the same

>> RHEL version in the past ...

>>

>> HOWEVER, I have heard that RHEL-6 is a ways off and that RHEL 5.3 will

>> continue to have major changes, even more pronounced than those in 5.2,

>> so we will need to wait and see

>

> Well one can hope... Personally I would love to see KDE 3.5.9

> pulled in as it is a lot more stable and robust then KDE 3.5.4.

>

> KDE 4.0 is still way too immature even for RHEL 6, the interface

> still needs a lot of working out, polishing and the icons need to

> look more, well less like a child's software system.

>

> I still prefer to use KDE 3.5 and 3.5.9 is definitely the way to

> go there.

>

> -Ross

>



Well hopefully the testing of KDE 4 in Fedora 9 will answer the issue of

whether it is ready or not for RHEL6. Also, as RHEL6 is still a way off,

and KDE 4 is developing fast, things _may_ have changed by the time it

is released. But I do agree, atm I'd personally rather see KDE 3.5 included.



The other factor to consider is the long term support issues related to

maintaining KDE 3.5 in RHEL6 given that I _think_ qt3 is already

unsupported.







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Message: 26

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 18:03:24 +0200

From: Ralph Angenendt <ra+centos@br-online.de>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] centos on ebox

To: centos@centos.org

Message-ID: <20080529160324.GC7728@br-online.de>

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Jerry Geis wrote:



> I am trying to install centos i386 on a ebox 2300 unit.

> This unit has a vortex86 CPU.

> When installing the unit finds the USB cdrom I type "linux text" and it

> starts

> vlinuz...

> init....

> Screen goes black and the unit reboots.



Sounds like an i586 CPU which is not supported by CentOS 5. You'd

probably have better luck with CentOS 4.



Cheers,



Ralph

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Message: 27

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 12:11:01 -0400

From: David Halik <dhalik@jla.rutgers.edu>

Subject: [CentOS] nfsnobody 65534 vs 4294967294

To: centos@centos.org

Message-ID: <483ED595.3000301@jla.rutgers.edu>

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Hi, I just had a couple of questions about nfsnobody.



We run a very large NFS infrastructure based off of a NetApp, and we're

been discussing whether or not it is necessary to have 64 bit nfsnobody

as 4294967294. I understand the reasoning behind this (2^32 - 2 gives

you a max UID), but we're having issues since we run multiple

architectures. The UID doesn't play nice across Solairs, Centos, 32 vs

64bit, etc.



Are there any obvious security risks or problems with using nfsnobody as

65534 (2^16 - 2) on 64bit, or even just assigning it a random value, 300

for example? I can't see any particular reason for having such a high

number other than to keep it above any possible real UID space.



Also, the NetApp automatically generates quota tables based off of the

highest UID, so obviously this is a *major* problem if suddenly we have

billions of users as far as the NetApp is concerned. Ultimately, we'd

like to just assign it a low value in the range with our other system

account, but we are not sure of the potential risks with NFS etc.



Any comments would be appreciated.

Thanks!



--

================================

David Halik

System Administrator

OIT-CSS Rutgers University

dhalik@jla.rutgers.edu

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Message: 28

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 12:24:08 -0400

From: Jerry Geis <geisj@pagestation.com>

Subject: [CentOS] Re: centos on ebox

To: CentOS ML <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <483ED8A8.4040804@pagestation.com>

Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"



>

> Jerry Geis wrote:

>

> >/ I am trying to install centos i386 on a ebox 2300 unit.

> />/ This unit has a vortex86 CPU.

> />/ When installing the unit finds the USB cdrom I type "linux text" and it

> />/ starts

> />/ vlinuz...

> />/ init....

> />/ Screen goes black and the unit reboots.

> /

> Sounds like an i586 CPU which is not supported by CentOS 5. You'd

> probably have better luck with CentOS 4.

>

> Cheers,

>

> Ralph

>

Ralph,



I thought if it is a 586 CPU it should run 386 code right?

So I didnt think there should be an issue there...



I can see not being able to run 586 code on a 386 but the other way

around should be ok.



Jerry

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Message: 29

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 18:24:36 +0200

From: Tru Huynh <tru@centos.org>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] centos on ebox

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <20080529162436.GE28463@sillage.bis.pasteur.fr>

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On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 11:46:53AM -0400, Jerry Geis wrote:

>

> I am trying to install centos i386 on a ebox 2300 unit.

http://www.embeddedpc.net/eBox2300/tabid/110/Default.aspx ?



you won't make it with only 128 MB of RAM...

is the cpu i686 compatible?



Tru



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Message: 30

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 12:38:38 -0400

From: Jerry Geis <geisj@pagestation.com>

Subject: [CentOS] Re: centos on ebox

To: CentOS ML <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <483EDC0E.80002@pagestation.com>

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>

> On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 11:46:53AM -0400, Jerry Geis wrote:

> >/

> />/ I am trying to install centos i386 on a ebox 2300 unit.

> /http://www.embeddedpc.net/eBox2300/tabid/110/Default.aspx ?

>

> you won't make it with only 128 MB of RAM...

> is the cpu i686 compatible?

>

> Tru

>

Tru,



yes this is the box I am trying to install on...



I dont know if its i686, either way I thought i386 should work. I am I

wrong?



Is it the 128M memory issue? I thought I used to install with that much

- especially in text mode.



Any suggestions.



Jerry





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Message: 31

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 19:11:35 +0200

From: Tru Huynh <tru@centos.org>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] Re: centos on ebox

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <20080529171135.GA15177@sillage.bis.pasteur.fr>

Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"



On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 12:38:38PM -0400, Jerry Geis wrote:

...

>

> yes this is the box I am trying to install on...

>

> I dont know if its i686, either way I thought i386 should work. I am I

> wrong?

yes, the i686 has some additionnal instructions that a i586 does not

have. I have no idea about the cpu listed there.



Try C4 with the i586 or i686 (default) version. You will be fixed.

C5 does not support i586 class cpu. There was a thread about it

some days/weeks ago. Not much volonteer to do/support it and the

CentOS team has other priorities .



> Is it the 128M memory issue? I thought I used to install with that much

> - especially in text mode.

it's below the minimal recommended size (256MB). It may work, I haven't tried.



Cheers,



Tru

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Message: 32

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 12:14:24 -0500

From: Johnny Hughes <johnny@centos.org>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] Re: centos on ebox

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <483EE470.1040107@centos.org>

Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"



Jerry Geis wrote:

>>

>> On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 11:46:53AM -0400, Jerry Geis wrote:

>> >/ />/ I am trying to install centos i386 on a ebox 2300 unit.

>> /http://www.embeddedpc.net/eBox2300/tabid/110/Default.aspx ?

>>

>> you won't make it with only 128 MB of RAM...

>> is the cpu i686 compatible?

>



> yes this is the box I am trying to install on...

>

> I dont know if its i686, either way I thought i386 should work. I am I

> wrong?



None of the RHEL branches support any processors that are < i686 for the

i386 arch.



CentOS supports i586 in centOS-3 and CentOS-4 (things not in RHEL) ..

and only i686 in CentOS-2 and CentOS-5 (just like RHEL).



So, NO ... and i586 processor will not run CentOS-5.

>

> Is it the 128M memory issue? I thought I used to install with that much

> - especially in text mode.

>

> Any suggestions.



doing some research ... this is a pentium mmx compatible chip, which is

i586 ... you can use CentOS-4 on there.





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Message: 33

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 10:22:11 -0700

From: Scott Silva <ssilva@sgvwater.com>

Subject: [CentOS] Re: FireFox

To: centos@centos.org

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on 5-29-2008 4:55 AM Daniel de Kok spake the following:

> On Wed, May 28, 2008 at 1:31 AM, Stephen John Smoogen <smooge-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:

>> It will depend upon if Red Hat will release a version for Red Hat

>> Enterprise Linux. The best bet will be that they will not release it

>> until RHEL-4.7 goes into beta testing.

>

> It looks like there is a good chance it will be included in 4.7:

> https://www.redhat.com/archives/nahant-list/2008-May/msg00052.html

>

> (- Added Firefox3)

>

> Take care,

> Daniel

RedHat must be trying to cut some of the costs of backporting. They seem

somewhat more willing to update versions then they used to be.



--

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You hope everybody uses it, and

you notice quickly if they don't!!!!



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Message: 34

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 11:00:22 -0700

From: MHR <mhullrich@gmail.com>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] Low-memory Centos5?

To: "CentOS mailing list" <centos@centos.org>

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On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 4:31 AM, Jeffrey B. Layton <laytonjb@charter.net> wrote:

> Good morning,

>

> I've inherited an old laptop from my wife that I'd like to

> use when I travel (it's fairly small with a 12" screen). The

> bad part is that it is maxed out on memory with 384MB.

> Has anyone played with using Centos5 on systems with

> little memory? Ideally, I don't need too much - Firefox,

> Openoffice, a little Perl/Python/C here and there. I was

> thinking about using either XFCE or Icewm as the window

> manager. I'd also like it to work with the existing wireless

> card (Dlink DWL-G650). Any thoughts or recommendations?

>



I have an old Toshiba Tecra laptop with a P3 running 600MHz and 256MB

of memory. *I installed CentOS 5.1 with the graphical installer, and

it runs GNOME fairly well. *It's slow (compared to my main desktop,

but that's an AMD 64x2 4200+ with 4GB of memory), but I expect that

with an older, slower CPU like this (as opposed to a molasses crawl

/old/ CPU :-). *I use OOo 2.4 on it, and that is also slow, but it

runs, and I always use the command line interface whenever I can, but

that's 'cuz I'm more comfortable there, and it works nicely all

around.



YMMV



mhr





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Message: 35

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 14:01:31 -0400

From: Jerry Geis <geisj@pagestation.com>

Subject: [CentOS] Re: centos on ebox

To: CentOS ML <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <483EEF7B.8060103@pagestation.com>

Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed



>

> Jerry Geis wrote:

> >>/

> />>/ On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 11:46:53AM -0400, Jerry Geis wrote:

> />>/ >/ />/ I am trying to install centos i386 on a ebox 2300 unit.

> />>/ /http://www.embeddedpc.net/eBox2300/tabid/110/Default.aspx ?

> />>/

> />>/ you won't make it with only 128 MB of RAM...

> />>/ is the cpu i686 compatible?

> />/

> /

> >/ yes this is the box I am trying to install on...

> />/

> />/ I dont know if its i686, either way I thought i386 should work. I am I

> />/ wrong?

> /

> None of the RHEL branches support any processors that are < i686 for the

> i386 arch.

>

> CentOS supports i586 in centOS-3 and CentOS-4 (things not in RHEL) ..

> and only i686 in CentOS-2 and CentOS-5 (just like RHEL).

>

> So, NO ... and i586 processor will not run CentOS-5.

> >/

> />/ Is it the 128M memory issue? I thought I used to install with that much

> />/ - especially in text mode.

> />/

> />/ Any suggestions.

> /

> doing some research ... this is a pentium mmx compatible chip, which is

> i586 ... you can use CentOS-4 on there.

>

I just tried my old centos 4.4 i386 disk 1

did "linux text mem=128M" and the same thing.

after vmlinuz.., and initrd... it just resets.



Am I not boot with the correct options to get the 386 kernel and its

trying to use the 686 kernel?



Thanks,



Jerry





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Message: 36

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 13:08:50 -0500

From: Johnny Hughes <johnny@centos.org>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] Re: centos on ebox

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <483EF132.3080409@centos.org>

Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"



Jerry Geis wrote:

>>

>> Jerry Geis wrote:

>> >>/

>> />>/ On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 11:46:53AM -0400, Jerry Geis wrote:

>> />>/ >/ />/ I am trying to install centos i386 on a ebox 2300 unit.

>> />>/ /http://www.embeddedpc.net/eBox2300/tabid/110/Default.aspx ?

>> />>/

>> />>/ you won't make it with only 128 MB of RAM...

>> />>/ is the cpu i686 compatible?

>> />/ /

>> >/ yes this is the box I am trying to install on...

>> />/ />/ I dont know if its i686, either way I thought i386 should

>> work. I am I />/ wrong?

>> /

>> None of the RHEL branches support any processors that are < i686 for

>> the i386 arch.

>>

>> CentOS supports i586 in centOS-3 and CentOS-4 (things not in RHEL) ..

>> and only i686 in CentOS-2 and CentOS-5 (just like RHEL).

>>

>> So, NO ... and i586 processor will not run CentOS-5.

>> >/ />/ Is it the 128M memory issue? I thought I used to install with

>> that much />/ - especially in text mode.

>> />/ />/ Any suggestions.

>> /

>> doing some research ... this is a pentium mmx compatible chip, which

>> is i586 ... you can use CentOS-4 on there.

>>

> I just tried my old centos 4.4 i386 disk 1

> did "linux text mem=128M" and the same thing.

> after vmlinuz.., and initrd... it just resets.

>

> Am I not boot with the correct options to get the 386 kernel and its

> trying to use the 686 kernel?

>



now do:



i586 text mem=128







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Message: 37

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 11:17:43 -0700

From: MHR <mhullrich@gmail.com>

Subject: [CentOS] Setting up a chroot

To: "CentOS mailing list" <centos@centos.org>

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I'm trying to build GNOME (to run a more recent version than 2.16.* on

CentOS 5.1) and I keep running into a lot of rather strange problems.



I'm wondering if this might have something to do with my hybrid 64 and

32 bit general environment, so I want to try a pure 64-bit chroot.



I've never done this before, and I'm not entirely sure how to, and I

didn't see anything particularly on point, either at centos.org or

google. *If I missed it, just say where and that should be enough.



Guidelines? *Suggestions (other than "go away" or other physically

difficult crudities :-)?



Thanks.



mhr





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Message: 38

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 14:23:24 -0400

From: Alfred von Campe <alfred@von-campe.com>

Subject: [CentOS] Frequent Gnome Terminal crashes in CentOS 5.1

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <D20517A9-FAD1-48A8-AE35-DB6D18497DAC@von-campe.com>

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Ever since I upgraded all my systems to CentOS 5.1 I have been

getting reports from users about "all their windows disappearing". *A

little digging revealed that they meant all gnome-terminal windows.

Since there is only one gnome-terminal process by default for all

your open terminal windows and tabs, a crash of that process means

losing all your terminal windows. *These crashes often (but not

always) occur over night when the system is otherwise idle.



A quick Google search found a problem on Ubuntu related to VTE (the

terminal emulator widget used by gnome-terminal) but not much else of

interest. *Has anyone on this list experienced this? *I find it hard

to believe I'm the only one. *I never saw this issue while running

CentOS 4.X on these systems...



Alfred







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Message: 39

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 14:30:05 -0400

From: Jerry Geis <geisj@pagestation.com>

Subject: [CentOS] Re: centos on ebox

To: CentOS ML <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <483EF62D.2060907@pagestation.com>

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>

> now do:

>

> i586 text mem=128

>

>

when I do "i586 text mem=128" it says cant find kernel

so I do "linux i586 text mem=128" and I get the same behavior

Loading vmlinuz....

Loading initrd....

and reboot.



Am I not correctly specifying the kernel yet?



Jerry





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Message: 40

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 14:40:56 -0400

From: Gregg McClintic <gregg@thegbox.com>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] Frequent Gnome Terminal crashes in CentOS 5.1

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <1212086456.5154.3.camel@doubleg.liquidweb.com>

Content-Type: text/plain



On Thu, 2008-05-29 at 14:23 -0400, Alfred von Campe wrote:

> Ever since I upgraded all my systems to CentOS 5.1 I have been

> getting reports from users about "all their windows disappearing". *A

> little digging revealed that they meant all gnome-terminal windows.

> Since there is only one gnome-terminal process by default for all

> your open terminal windows and tabs, a crash of that process means

> losing all your terminal windows. *These crashes often (but not

> always) occur over night when the system is otherwise idle.

>

> A quick Google search found a problem on Ubuntu related to VTE (the

> terminal emulator widget used by gnome-terminal) but not much else of

> interest. *Has anyone on this list experienced this? *I find it hard

> to believe I'm the only one. *I never saw this issue while running

> CentOS 4.X on these systems...

>

> Alfred

>



I've seen extreme slow gnome terminals in the past on Cent 5, I even

downgraded the package for the terminal to make it work better.



Never had it close randomly. I have however had applications randomly

close other then the terminal.



Gregg.









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Message: 41

Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 13:42:09 -0500

From: Johnny Hughes <johnny@centos.org>

Subject: Re: [CentOS] Re: centos on ebox

To: CentOS mailing list <centos@centos.org>

Message-ID: <483EF901.6090905@centos.org>

Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"



Jerry Geis wrote:

>>

>> now do:

>>

>> i586 text mem=128

>>

>>

> when I do "i586 text mem=128" it says cant find kernel

> so I do "linux i586 text mem=128" and I get the same behavior

> Loading vmlinuz....

> Loading initrd....

> and reboot.

>

> Am I not correctl
 
Old 06-09-2008, 11:10 AM
James Pearson
 
Default RE-export nfs mounted share

whoami i wrote:

Hi

Is there any way to re-export an nfs mounted directory? I am having three
servers runnning on centos4.5 and i am trying to implement nfs share in an
below manner [bcoz there is no alternative way for me to setup nfs share]

HOST A--->>>EXPORTS /prod/data ------->>>HOST B

HOST B ---->>MOUNTED ------>>> /prod/data-----UNDER---/PROD1 [working fine]

HOST B EXPORTS /PROD1 ------>>>>HOST C

HOST C ----->>TRY MOUNTING ----->>>RESULT IN BELOW ERROR

BUT WHEN I TRY TO MOUNT THE ALREADY MOUNTED NFS SHARE IN "HOST C " I AM
GETTING BELOW ERROR.

#################MOUNT ERROR##########################################
mount: 10.65.64.30:/PROD1 failed, reason given by server: Permission denied
################################################## ########################

Can anyone suggest me the way to work out aboVE scenario.


Note: I find no -r(-re-export) option in rpc.mountd


AFAIK, it is not possible to (re-)export NFS mounted file systems using
the kernel NFS server.


It might be possible to do this by running a userland NFS server (on
"host b"), although I've never done this and I believe there are known
issues with doing this.


James Pearson
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Old 06-09-2008, 12:40 PM
"Bent Terp"
 
Default RE-export nfs mounted share

> below manner [bcoz there is no alternative way for me to setup nfs share]

Why not? Firewalling/routing is not a problem just use fixed ports on
host A, and have host B forward requests. I've done that with nfs
servers hiding on an internal subnet.

AFAIK, you can NOT re-export nfs mounts, it's not working and it's not
supposed to.

BR Bent
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Old 06-09-2008, 01:30 PM
"David G. Miller"
 
Default RE-export nfs mounted share

"whoami i" <hicheerup@gmail.com> wrote:


Hi Barry,

First of all thanx for your reply but i already used the options
crossmnt,fsid=0 in my exports file still i am not able to re-export it.


Regards
lingu

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I think we just found another argument as to why top-posting is a bad
idea... You can easily miss the fact that you included the whole digest
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Old 06-09-2008, 05:07 PM
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On Mon, Jun 9, 2008 at 12:12 AM, whoami i <hicheerup@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Barry,
>
> First of all thanx for your reply but i already used the options
> crossmnt,fsid=0 in my exports file still i am not able to re-export it.
>
> Regards
> lingu
>

Lingu,

Could you please:

1) Edit your replies so they don't consume huge amounts of email space
(and digest space), and

2) Bottom post, like (most) everyone else and per list policy?

Thank you.

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