Installing Solaris 11 Express

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  1. bobrandom

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    Two Questions: I have napp-it installed with afp as well I need to add the following to smb.conf which I can't seem to find so would I be correct in thinking its using CIFS and if so then how would I apply the following.
    veto files =
    /.AppleDouble/.AppleDB/.AppleDesktop/:2eDS_Store/:2eTemporaryItems/Icon?/TheVolumeSettingsFolder/TheFindByContentFolder/Network
    Trash Folder/Temporary Items/

    Basically I want to hide some of the files created by my mac's from smb shares when viewed under windows.

    I have also been trying to adjust the mtu for the inbuilt nic on my micro server

    #dladm show-linkprop -p mtu bge0

    LINK PROPERTY PERM VALUE DEFAULT POSSIBLE
    bge0 mtu rw 1500 1500 1500

    #dladm set-linkprop -p mtu=9000 bge0

    dladm: warning: cannot set link property 'mtu' on 'bge0': invalid argument

    I've been reading a bit on it but no luck so if anyone could give me a pointer to get this running

    Very sim issue as mentioned in
    http://opensolaris.org/jive/thread.jspa?messageID=198158

    I have tried editing bge.conf and adding set bge:bge_jumbo_enable = 1 to /etc/system

    Neither of which have any effect. I am thinking I might try and recompile the driver from scratch or just get a intel card and be done with it
     
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  2. Stanza

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  3. bobrandom

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    Does bge0/v4 mean broadcom using ip version 4
     
  4. Rezin

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    As seen where?

    Edit: Virtual NIC?
    2: Yes.

     
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  5. Stanza

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    I would be guessing v4 = ip v4 & v6 = ip v6;)

    as seen down further

    # netstat -r

    Routing Table: IPv4
    Destination Gateway Flags Ref Use Interface
    -------------------- -------------------- ----- ----- ---------- ---------
    solaris solaris UH 2 0 lo0
    192.168.100.0 192.168.100.200 U 3 1 bge0

    Routing Table: IPv6
    Destination/Mask Gateway Flags Ref Use If
    --------------------------- --------------------------- ----- --- ------- -----
    solaris solaris UH 2 4 lo0
     
  6. brodsta

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    I'm having no joy with 82574L in S11x. ipadm just keeps trying to connect every four seconds or so without any success. Did you have to configure anything to get yours working or was it fine out-of-the-box?

    Thanks.
     
  7. bobrandom

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    I am looking at grabbing a Supermicro X8SIL which has 82574L's onboard can anyone confirm that they have working 82574L's on SE11
     
  8. ewok85

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    My X8SI6-F works just fine...
     
  9. bobrandom

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    Disabled the onboard nic went with an intel single port 1000CT god I love the e1000g drivers. MTU set to 9k without any problems

    So anyone got any idea's how I can disable .appledouble etc coming on the smb shares in windows?
     
  10. bobrandom

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    Question are you using the onboard LSI 2008 or using a separate controller?
     
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  11. gea

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    smb.conf is a file used by SAMBA (another SMB server project)
    Solaris uses per default the kernel based SMB server developped by SUN

    If you really need these SAMBA features, you must disable kernel based SMB/CIFS server
    and install SAMBA for SMB services.


    Pro of CIFS:
    mostly faster, ACL support is better, easier to setup,
    fully embedded as a ZFS property
    supported by napp-it (SAMBA is CLI only)

    Con (better in SAMBA):
    more features like nested shares or veto files.
     
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