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Re: transfer hundreds of images daily to a win server via nfs



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I appreciate all the ideas (rsync, etc). For Richard's question, it's more of a app processing
for a sister corp scenario. The file names and number files will change with the workflow.
We are basically the only System i in a mix of systems, some Win, some Unix. Ftp is my preference
and have a good amount of automated code for it. We are still at a stage of throwing ideas on the
table to discuss.
Thanks to all
Jim Franz

----- Original Message ----- From: "Richard Schoen" <richard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, September 05, 2012 12:12 AM
Subject: RE: transfer hundreds of images daily to a win server via nfs


Why are you copying Content Manager docs to a remote site ?

trading partner, customer, redundancy, etc ?

Depending on the specifics and if they are 1-way transfers I would probably use FTP.

Netbios and NFS traffic are not very efficient over WAN connectivity in my opinion.

Regards,
Richard Schoen
RJS Software Systems Inc.
Where Information Meets Innovation
Document Management, Workflow, Report Delivery, Forms and Business Intelligence
Email: richard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Web Site: http://www.rjssoftware.com
Tel: (952) 736-5800
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message: 1
date: Tue, 4 Sep 2012 10:11:34 -0700 (PDT)
from: J Franz <franz400@xxxxxxx>
subject: transfer hundreds of images daily to a win server via nfs

Is NFS suitable for batch copying many files to a drive on a Win system across wan (many states away),

or is it more for accessing files on other servers and use ftp for batch transfers like this?
Hundreds of files in the 1-20 meg range size. ?These are .tif and .pdf from Content Manager, stored in ifs.
Jim Franz



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