Not sure what this has to do with AS400 stuff. But.

Yes I have a Redhat 6.2 server, and it is running Samba. And Linux has
software for Raid. So my disks are mirrored. (the disk do not have to be
the same size, the difference is in an unprotected partition.) One of my
websites runs using IIS on NT, but points to a share on the Linux box.

Speaking of that, I wished I could do the same thing with the AS400 QNTC.
But the speed is not there. I would like to at least put the log files on
PC disk. (Yes I could use an FTP script, or CPY.)  Also my NT shares show
up in QNTC, but the Linux samba shares do not. Have not spent any time on
it since I do not see much use for QNTC with its current speed, other then
I think you can back it up in V4R5 and later release(s) and I could use CPY
instead of FTP.

John Ross

At 03:00 PM 4/17/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>I have been reading up on Linux and started playing around with it.
>
>I was wondering if anyone had considered or even tried, running Linux and
>then using Samba to handle Windows workstations/files as a server in place
>of Windows NT or 2000 Server ?




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