So, what are you working on?


(Alessio Fattorini) #1

One of the things that I always find valuable when joining a new community is getting an idea of what other people do. It helps me to make connections and to find the right people to bounce ideas around with.

I like hearing what other people do over the course of their day. What challenges they face and what keeps them up at night.

So what specifically are you working on at the moment? Are you building a network for a customer or installing a new server? Doing some tests? Do you work for a company, or do you freelance? Is there a problem that you’re here hoping to solve?


Community Digest 5 - September 2015
(Jose "Martin" Abeleira. AKA Marto) #2

I’m working on finishing a storage migration, and an ldap version
migration. Those are part of my company goals for the year.


(Davide Principi) #3

I’m developing a customized Nagios installation for Raspbian.

A couple of central server components are released publicly for NethServer:

  • nethserver-adagios
  • nethserver-ocsinventory

(Alessio Fattorini) #5

Which size of storage? How many users on your ldap?


(Artem Fedai) #6

@mabeleira what kind of storage ? And way of migration , in breaf


(Jose "Martin" Abeleira. AKA Marto) #7

We migrated high end to hight end, and now we are cleaning the low end
migrating it to the high end, in order to reorg the space and virtualize it
as 2nd tier of the high end.

The ldap has about 1 thousand users, but is the core of the organization.


(Alessio Fattorini) #8

@nas what are you working on? :wink:


(Roberto Sitzia) #9

Hi everybody

in these days I’m working to planning the migration of my customers’s SME server to NethServer (Enterprise edition but it’s the same for Community Edition) checking if minimal hardware requirements are availables and how to reduce as much as possible stop working time.


(Alessio Fattorini) #10

Completed the launch of the super member program in these days I’m working on a marketing plan for NethServer, a new roadmap/stuff for newcomers :smile: and an event for community manager in Italy


(Jose "Martin" Abeleira. AKA Marto) #11

For the Aix we used migratepv, is hot migration form of moving data from
one disk to another in the same vg. For Windows we are just giving the new
luns and we move data by copying, for linux we use dd.