Top 5 search-terms for myweb-students:
- skate videos
- skate video
- washington state bird
- steriods in baseball
- mark vanderven
- daphnia magna
- ryan wasserman
AliasMatch ^/deptweb/([^/]*)(/.*)?$ "WUF-FACSHARE/FACSHARE:/$1/deptweb/$2"
The "Extended Server memory" line is the key one. Extended server memory is a lot slower than regular "server memory" due to the 32-bit limitation in RAM. To use extended, memory has to be paged from extended, down below the 4GB line, manipulated, then paged back. Hardly efficient. And as I remember from Brainshare, all 32-bit operating systems have this problem. NetWare can support RAM over 4GB... but you'll need a lot of it to get much performance benefit from it. Same for Windows and Linux. Obviously 64-bit operating systems don't have this problem.
Total server memory: 3,669,577 Kilobytes
Total Extended Server memory: 458,748 Kilobytes
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NSS Issues fixed after the release of N65NSS4A.EXE:
1. Fixed an abend in NSS when doing a file salvage operation. This happens on pools where quotas or user space restrictions are in force and the file has either a data strema (typical for MAC files) or an EA (extended attribute).
2. Fixed a latching issue in NSS if the pool has restrictions during a file purge operating.
3. Fixed traditional emulation for salvage and purge APIs to return a successful status if they are successful. There were some cases where the API completed successfully but the return was not recognized as successful. This was typically seen by customers running Novell Remote Manager and doing a purge.
CIFS Issues fixed after the release of N65NSS4A.EXE:
AFP Issues fixed after the release of N65NSS4A.EXE:
1. Fixed an abend in COMN.NSS when MACs are dealing with files that have #nnn in the name.
The main thing in there is Issue #1, the Salvage issue. If you have a mac and purge something, Bad Things can happen. Since we're a .edu, we have macs. And most directories have quotas on them. Therefore, abends. Bad stuff.