Archive for March, 2006

AFP. It ain’t so bad….

From looking at the mailing lists and discussion boards, you’ll see that a reasonable number of people seem to be having problems with their AFP servers under OS X Server 10.4.x, particularly under heavy load with network home directories, and particularly in terms of stability. I used to be one of those people, but the solutions presented in this article have (touch wood) resolved the vast majority of my issues.

Read on for all your AFP tuning needs…

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FSCK-ing a Big Storage Disk ‘On-the Fly’

Verifying large volumes can be a real pain, especially on systems that need to be up as much as possible.

Here’s some ideas on how to make this as painless as possible.

Read more System Imaging and Rosetta Webcast

The group will be presenting a Webcast on Demystifying the transition: System Imaging and Rosetta on Wednesday, March 22nd at 1:00 pm EST. Please note, the day for this webcast is different than normal. It is *Wednesday* instead of Tuesday.

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