This month's photo assignment was kitsch-y Christmas/holiday decorations. Luckily, I am a kitsch fan, so I have plenty of ridiculous things to choose from. Here are a few...
NOTE: Some of the documents linked in this blog are in the process of being updated for 8.3, so they may contain older information about clustered Data ONTAP 8.2.x. Check back on occasion to these links to get the most up to date content. Clustered Data ONTAP 8.3 allows storage administrators to provide the following benefits: … Continue reading TECH::Data LIF best practices for NAS in cDOT 8.3
There's an old joke about NFS... And, in many cases, it's true. NFS versions prior to NFSv4.x did not do much for security. This is true for any client or server. Some of the issues include: Multiple well-known ports for NFSv3 and prior (NLM, portmapper, mountd, NFS, NSM, rquota) Plain text UID/GID and host information … Continue reading TECH::Feeling insecure about NFS?
Now for something near and dear to my heart... The Incredible Hulk. It may even be a bit of an unhealthy obsession. See this picture? That's me behind the mask... If you don't know who the Hulk is (shame on you), it is the alter-ego of Bruce Banner, spawned from a bath of gamma radiation … Continue reading COMICS::Random Hulk Musings