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Cross-platform file sharing under Network File System (NFS) is so reliable that in most organisations, it works pretty much unattended. Ditto for the directory services that Network Information System (NIS) provides. Managing NFS and NIS is for people who want to know more about how NFS and NIS do their vital work, and how to make them operate in unusual circumstances. Focused on the Solaris and Linux implementations of NFS and NIS, this book is ideal for the UNIX system administrator who's familiar with TCP/IP networking and everyday system administration. The second edition of this book eliminates much of the programming material that appeared in its predecessor and replaces it with information on NFS 3, its support of IPSec and Kerberos security, and its operation under Solaris 8.This is a blue O'Reilly book, packed to the gunwales with information of interest to people in a hurry to optimise their systems and resolve difficulties. It's easy to locate the passage you need via the index or through the table of contents, and most entries provide a great mix of how-to material (in the form of input-and-output listings) and explanatory text (expert commentary, often with notes on applicable variations). If there's a command, option, or configuration parameter associated with NIS or NFS, you'll find documentation of it here. --David WallTopics covered: Network File System (NFS) and Network Information System (NIS) for UNIX machines, especially Solaris (through version 8) and Linux (through version 2.2). Automounting, security, diskless workstations, and performance tuning are among the many details the authors address.

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 generic linux will be better 5 avril 2014
Par Guillermo Ortiz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
General Information is OK for beginners like me.
But, beyond the authors effort to comment some differences from
Solaris to Linux, this book was written for Solaris SO users.
I would recommend this book for who wants to know about
NIS and NFS general concepts.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A note from one of the co-authors 3 mars 2004
Par Michael Eisler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Hello, My name is Mike Eisler, and I am one of the
co-authors of Managing NFS and NIS, Second Edition.
I'm writing this note to offer additional information
to potential readers.
At the time I submitted this note, most of the
customer reviews for this book referred to the first edition.
One of the reviews states that the book is focused on NFS
version 2 over UDP and the old style automounter.
Actually, you'll find the second edition of our book
is more modern. New topics in the second edition
include NFS version 3, NFS over TCP, modern autofs-based
automounters, Kerberos V5 authentication for NFS, NFS Access
Control Lists (ACLs), and client side fail over.
Another difference is that first edition of this book
used SunOS 4.x as a reference for examples. The second
edition uses Solaris 8.
The second edition provides information you won't find
in NFS product documentation, such as using tools like ethereal
to debug NFS problems. This book will give you the benefit of
insights from people who probably wrote some of the code for
your clients and servers. You may find (and I hope) that
it will save you the trouble reporting a problem to
your vendor's customer support line.
Thank you for considering our book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 NFS, NIS and automounter, a great combonation! 19 novembre 2002
Par Doug M - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Anyone who has ever administered a network of at least 3-4 servers (if not more) will find individually updating accounts, software and such to be a burden. I found myself in this situation not too long ago, and then I picked up this book, and found the answers I was looking for.
Most Unix admins have heard of NFS and NIS but might not have considered using them together. This book gives a very thorough discussion each topic, how to set it up, how to deal with advanced issues, and how to troubleshoot. Admins will really develop an appreciation for how useful these tools can be, especially when used together.
Though LDAP is gaining prominence, a network utilizing NIS, NFS, and automounter is still a very nice network to administer. Even just learning NFS/automounter is time well spent because it is a service not likely to go away. I really felt this this book was worth the time and money because it really helps the intermediate to advanced admin better gain control of the network (instead of the network controlling him :). Definintely give this book a try. Enjoy!
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Very Solaris centric 28 août 2005
Par Peter Bako - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I primarly use *BSD and was hoping to learn about NFS/NIS from this book, more than what I had already gleaned from the man pages. However this book is very heavily geared towards the Solaris OS. It does give exlamples of where the filename(s) or folder structures under a different flavor of Unix would be, but exept for these small tables, the rest of the text uses only the Solaris names/folders.
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