HP Serviceguard NFS Toolkit LTU

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Mfg Part: B5140BA, Rack Simply Part: 105718

Product Details

  • HPE Multi-Computer/ServiceGuard NFS Toolkit - box pack - 1 server
  • Box pack
  • Networking applications - monitoring & performance management, system & remote management
  • 1 server

Wanting to figure out what a Network File System can do for you? The HP Multi-Computer/ServiceGuard (MC/ServiceGuard) is a specialized facility for protecting mission-critical applications from a wide variety of hardware and software failures. With MC/ServiceGuard, multiple - up to 16 - nodes (systems) are organized into an enterprise cluster that delivers highly available application services to LAN-attached clients. Feel free to scroll down below for more details. For information about various other hardware and software technologies, be sure to search on Rack Simply!

Product Description
HPE Multi-Computer/ServiceGuard NFS Toolkit - box pack - 1 server
Product Type
Box pack
Category
Networking applications - monitoring & performance management, system & remote management
License Qty
1 server
Platform
HP-UX
Language
English
Distribution Media
CD-ROM

Header

Product Line
HPE Multi-Computer/ServiceGuard
Model
NFS Toolkit
Localization
English
Brand
HPE
Manufacturer
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Packaged Quantity
1

Software

License Type
Box pack
License Qty
1 server
License Category
Shrinkwrap

System Requirements

OS Required
HP-UX 11.0
OS Family
HP-UX

General

Category
Networking applications
Subcategory
Network - system & remote management
Distribution Media
CD-ROM

Features

  • NFS, AutoFS, Cable FS

Details

  • NFS consists of the following set of daemons:
    • nfsd is an NFS server-side daemon, responsible for handling the majority of all NFS server requests, except mount requests and locking requests.
    • biod is a client side daemon (asynchronous block I/O daemon), whose purpose is to increase the performance of remote file access.
    • mountd is a daemon, which processes the file system mount requests.
    • Network Lock Manager (NLM) protocol which manages the file locking is implemented.
    • Network Status Monitor (NSM) protocol was created to work in conjunction with NLM and manage the task of recovering file locks after a system failure. HP-UX implements the NSM protocol.
  • AutoFS works with NFS to automatically mount and unmount file systems as needed.
  • CacheFS is a client side caching mechanism that stores data retrieved from NFS servers to the local file system of the client to
    reduce the redundant network traffic.
  • Both NFSv2 and NFSv3 are supported over TCP and UDP
  • Major differences between NFSv2 and NFSv3:
    • NFSv2 clients can access files as large as 2GB. NFSv3 clients can access files as large as 2TB.
    • NFSv3 supports safe asynchronous writing.
    • NFSv3 supports better file attribute retrieval and caching as compared to NFSv2.
    • A new procedure READIRPLUS is supported in NFSv3. In case of NFSv2, the list of files and the attributes of the files in a
      directory are handled as two different requests (READDIR and LOOKUP request). In case of NFSv3, it is handled by
      READDIRPLUS as a single request, which is a combination of READDIR and LOOKUP procedures.