Monthly Archives: February 2012

Horde4 to Kolab 2.2

Being an all open source company with a team spread across cities, e-mail and chat isn’t all we need – some groupware is in order. With our close relationship to customers from the public sector, Kolab was on top of … Continue reading

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Multiple IEEE 802.3ad (LACP) trunks with Linux

I had come to the conclusion that whenever something should be configurable, it already is with Linux. Unfortunately, that’s not true in every case, as I had to find out with a new network topology. We’ve set up a new … Continue reading

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DSS, NPIV and SCST – pitfalls, dug deep

We’ve been having trouble with our SAN server for years, up to severe disk content corruption. We’ve been using a pre-packaged software called DSS, and the problem persisted up to the current release. Maybe our setup isn’t like that of … Continue reading

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