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>For now we don't need above 400 megs for our addenda. What would
>require space would be a full RH 5.1 distrib so that by joining thelm
>to our RPMs we get a full distrib. It is good for morale to be able
>to show a "complete" product.
[root@cran etc]# df
Filesystem 1024-blocks Used Available Capacity Mounted on
/dev/hda1 495714 264758 205355 56% /
/dev/hda3 1435727 984611 376928 72% /home
(This is with the current independence ftp site installed on /home)
There is some room for more, but not much. Note that there are other
projects using the machine, so I'd like to leave a couple hundred megs
free in case they suddenly need to use them.
>Does your security policy allow NFSing both boxes? If the answer is
>yes then with a few symlinks the rest is easy.
Do you have any idea how many attacks I've had on port 111 in the past
year? I'm glad I'm not running a real portmapper on my machines (it's
a trap, when there's something there at all). I can tell you a dozen
different buffer overflows, each of which works against a different
version of portmapper.
In my copious free time, I have been looking into compiling cfs with a
hardcoded udp port, so it will work locally without requiring a portmapper.
But I don't think this maps over very well to the nfs problem.
I think the correct solution, when you guys need more space, is to move
things over to belegost.
I think you guys should try to get more popular, and find a site that has
a couple gigs free for you, if you want to store an entire redhat
distribution plus new packages. :) For instance, if you get farther along
in your project, sunsite might be amenable......
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