Category Archives: Linux

Creating non-SLES boostrap repositories in SUSE Manager 3

You likely already know this, but let me state it anyhow: SUSE Manager is an awesome tool to manage your SUSE and Redhat server environment. At least it is since the update to version 3 – I wouldn’t start arguing … Continue reading

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Ceph caching for image pools

Running a Ceph storage for small and mid-size private clouds can easily become challenging and spotting supporting information is not always that easy. A major concern will likely be the over-all speed of the Ceph cluster, as seen by the … Continue reading

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cyradm and custom annotations

An old problem reared its ugly head again: Trying to set up mailbox folders in Cyrus imapd for a new Kolab user, the message “Permission denied” was the only result when trying to set the required annotations: user@somehost:~ > cyradm … Continue reading

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