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Yasvir Tesiram <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 7 Jul 2004 10:53:10 -0500
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Holy smoke. Didn't know you were still alive. I have no idea what
Imaging 1 and 5 are. I don't know how transferring 500G will affect the
rest of the network. What do you think?


On Jul 7, 2004, at 10:50 AM, Alan Shields wrote:

> On Wed, Jul 07, 2004 at 10:25:27AM -0500, Yasvir Tesiram wrote:
>> I assume you are unixified.
> I'd prefer we kept medical discussions off list. I mean, what
> difference
> does it make if....
> Oh, right.
> Yeah.
>> 1. mount a file system for the scsi device via mount /dev/scd?? <mount
>> point> on machine 1. OK, this is vague. You will need to fiddle to
>> find
>> an entry in /dev that will work.
>> 2. The other easier method is via ethernet and a cross-over cable.
>>        o You will need to manually change your network settings
>> temporarily.
>> Choose an IP address for machine 1., e.g.
>>        o Set the other machine IP address to Just
>> make sure
>> the domain part matches.
>>        o subnet mask
>>        o The target machine should be set up to allow remote
>> connections
>>        etc.
>>        o ftp, rsync, or rcp from machine 1 to 2.
>> Method 2 will also work for Windoze and computers with real OS's.I
>> have
>> a cross over cable here. You are most welcome to borrow it.
> Not sure how the networking people would feel about it, but I'd do the
> transfer through the wall jacks. With a crossover cable you don't get
> duplex, and that makes a big difference on large transfers. Either a
> private switch (not a hub) or the wall jacks.
> Just an aside,
> Alan