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Page: About Linux CDP Server Configuration
You, as an Administrator, must define the serverwide settings that are important for CDP Server to work. To configure your Linux CDP Server, you can use: Configuration Accessing Configuration in CDP Server section in the CDP Server API commands You ...
Other labels: standard_edition, cdp_server
Page: Adding the Server Key to Linux Agent
security reasons, CDP Agent accepts connections only from known CDP Servers. To authorize a CDP Server to CDP Agent, you must add the CDP Server's public key to Agent's configuration. To add the Server's key to the Agent's configuration ...
Page: Booting Server From CD
After you have the Live CD software written to CD (Writing ISO Files CDs), you can boot the server you want to restore from this CD. Follow the instructions below. The BareMetal Restore Live CD is based on the Debian ...
Other labels: advanced_edition, live_cd
Page: Changing Linux Agent Configuration
Linux Agent installer automatically sets default parameters for the configuration file located in: /usr/sbin/r1soft/conf/agentconfig After making changes to this file you need to restart the Agent daemon. To restart the Agent use: # /etc/init.d/cdpagent restart Agent ...
Other labels: cdp_agent_configuration_utility, cdp_agent
Page: Configuring CDP Server Ports
default, the embedded web server in CDP 3 Standard Edition required for the Webbased Interface will listen on TCP ports 80 (HTTP) and 443 (HTTPS). These ports are frequently in use by your Linux Server (e.g. by Apache). If you are already using ports ...
Other labels: standard_edition, advanced_edition, cdp_server, cdp_configuration_utility, windows
Page: Configuring DHCP Server on Linux (ISC DHCPD)
use PXE Network Boot, you need a working DHCP server and TFTP server (Prerequisites for Using PXE Network Boot). The most common DHCP server on Linux and Unix is ISC DHCPD. To install a DHCP server on the Linux distribution that supports ...
Other labels: advanced_edition, pxe_network_boot
Page: Configuring Enterprise Edition on Linux
After installation CDP3:Installing Enterprise Edition on Linux, you need to configure the CDP Server. You can get examples of the input with: # r1softsetup help 1. Define a username and password for the CDP Server Web Interface. # r1softsetup user DESIREDUSERNAME ...
Page: Configuring Heap Memory
You may need to fix heap space memory if you run both CDP 2.0 and CDP 3.0 on the same machine. The upgrade to version 3.14 will change the java heap size to 50% of physical memory if the {{server.conf}} file has been ...
Other labels: standard_edition, advanced_edition, windows, cdp_configuration_utility
Page: Configuring NFS Server on Linux
use PXE Network Boot, you need a working DHCP server, TFTP server, and NFS server. (Read more in Prerequisites for Using PXE Network Boot). NFS server is used to keep the readonly image of PXE boot file system ...
Other labels: advanced_edition, pxe_network_boot
Page: Configuring TFTP Server on Linux
use PXE Network Boot, you need a working DHCP server and TFTP server (Prerequisites for Using PXE Network Boot). To install the TFTP server on the Linux distribution that supports yum , such as Fedora and CentOS, run the following command: yum y ...
Other labels: advanced_edition, pxe_network_boot