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Novell Ch 3 and 4

Novell Admin I - Chapters 3 and 4

NetWare 6 newest file system NSS v 3
Main components of NSS3 disk partitions, storage pools, and volumes
Utilities used to create and manage partitions ConsoleOne or NetWare Remote Manager
Needed to format and manage the storage on a physical disk drive, need one for each different OS on a drive disk partition
Volume created by default on installation of a NetWare 6 server which must be at least 2 GB SYS
Partition created by default that will store all files necessary to start the NetWare server DOS partition
Adds partition fault tolerence when using NSS Hot Fix and Mirror options of NSS
Process of mirroring disk partitions that exist on separate physical disks and also separate controllers duplexing
Process of mirroring disk partitions that exist on separate physical disks mirroring
Created from disk partitions and can be extended by adding disk partitions increasing the size storage pool
Basic storage units used by network file services to give users access to network directories and files volumes
Two types of volumes supported by NetWare 6 NSS and Traditional
NSS uses this memory efficient file allocation system balanced trees (B-trees)
Provides fault tolerence in the event of server failure, in which volumes are shared among two or more servers server clustering
Process of switching over from a failed server to an operational server failover
system created directory that contains the files and programs that can be accessed before logging in Login directory
System created directory that contains utility programs and files available to all users after they have logged in. Public
System created directory that contains the NetWare operating system files and utilities accessible only to the network administrator System
NetWare stores information about each file in this. It is located at the beginning of each volume DET Directory Entry Table
Utility that allows you to recover a deleted file in NetWare 6 salvage
System created directory where all deleted files are stored Deleted.sav
Letter of the alphabet used to reference storage areas on the file system drive pointer
Drive pointers reserved by DOS to reference storage devices on the local workstation local drive pointers
Drive pointer that appears to a user or app as though the directory path where at the beginning of the drive or volume root drive pointer
Backup system included with NetWare SMS Storage Management System
Backup strategy in which only files that have changed since the last full backup are backed up differential backup
Directory created for each user for storing their own files and directories home directory
A backup strategy that backs up only the files that have changed that day that have the archive attribe is on. incremental backup
Location of a file or directory in the network file system path
Part of NetWare security that helps protect protect against hackers by validating each network packet to guarantee that it was sent by a authorized user authentication
Part of login security that works at the container level by setting a limit on the number of incorrect login attempts that can be made on a user account in that container during a specific login time intruder detection
Simplified version of X.500 that makes it easier for compatible systems to exchange directory information LDAP Lightweight Directory Interchange Protocol
An ASCII text file format that uses a standarized syntax to add, change, or delete objects in LDAP-compatible directory systems LDIF Lightweight Directory Interchange Format
Object type that enables you to assign rights to an object rather that a specific user Organizational Role Object
A property that defines standards settings and configures restrictions for each user in a particular container user template
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