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  • Latest Post - ‏2007-06-29T15:46:16Z by KaiserSaeed
walterchen_austria
walterchen_austria
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Pinned topic network daemons

‏2007-06-28T13:48:04Z |
Hello! I am new to pave, just installed RHAS4U4 x86 on RHAS4U4-ppc . It all works very fine.
But I have a question: Can I create "virtual" network-interfaces , and bridge or route from ppc-host to x86world, so that I can run network daemons on x86-wold which serve for network clients

Thanks in advance
walter from austria
Updated on 2007-06-29T15:46:16Z at 2007-06-29T15:46:16Z by KaiserSaeed
  • KaiserSaeed
    KaiserSaeed
    25 Posts

    Re: network daemons

    ‏2007-06-28T19:56:20Z  
    Hi Walter -

    This is to acknowledge that we are looking into your question and will provide a reply soon.

    regards,
    Kaiser
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    90 Posts

    Re: network daemons

    ‏2007-06-28T20:54:39Z  
    Hi Walter -

    This is to acknowledge that we are looking into your question and will provide a reply soon.

    regards,
    Kaiser
    You do not need to do anything special. You can start a daemon in the x86-world just like you starts them on ppc-host. All your client programs can talk to the System p AVE daemons with out any problem.

    The only care you need to take is that the daemon running inside x86 world should not share the same port as a similar daemon running under ppc-host.

    Example:
    You can run Apache Http Server under ppc-host which runs on default port 80.
    Now you can also can run another copy Apache Http Server under pAVE but on a different port say like 8080.

    Hope this is something you are looking for.
  • walterchen_austria
    walterchen_austria
    3 Posts

    Re: network daemons

    ‏2007-06-29T04:17:58Z  
    You do not need to do anything special. You can start a daemon in the x86-world just like you starts them on ppc-host. All your client programs can talk to the System p AVE daemons with out any problem.

    The only care you need to take is that the daemon running inside x86 world should not share the same port as a similar daemon running under ppc-host.

    Example:
    You can run Apache Http Server under ppc-host which runs on default port 80.
    Now you can also can run another copy Apache Http Server under pAVE but on a different port say like 8080.

    Hope this is something you are looking for.
    > You do not need to do anything special. You can start
    > a daemon in the x86-world just like you starts them
    > on ppc-host. All your client programs can talk to the
    > System p AVE daemons with out any problem.
    >
    > The only care you need to take is that the daemon
    > running inside x86 world should not share the same
    > port as a similar daemon running under ppc-host.
    >
    > Example:
    > You can run Apache Http Server under ppc-host which
    > h runs on default port 80.
    > Now you can also can run another copy Apache Http
    > p Server under pAVE but on a different port say like
    > 8080.
    >
    > Hope this is something you are looking for.

    Hi!
    Yes, thank you, I already thought about this and it works fine. But for instance using ssh you always need to delete the entry in .ssh/known_hosts on the client side when using strict checking (which I would like to use).

    But thank you very much (for now it is a sufficient workaround)
    walter
  • walterchen_austria
    walterchen_austria
    3 Posts

    Re: network daemons

    ‏2007-06-29T04:20:54Z  
    Hi Walter -

    This is to acknowledge that we are looking into your question and will provide a reply soon.

    regards,
    Kaiser
    > Hi Walter -
    >
    > This is to acknowledge that we are looking into your
    > question and will provide a reply soon.
    >
    > regards,
    > Kaiser

    Hi Kaiser!
    Thank you for spending time with my question, it would be very nice, if you find an answer

    best regards walter
  • KaiserSaeed
    KaiserSaeed
    25 Posts

    Re: network daemons

    ‏2007-06-29T15:46:16Z  
    > Hi Walter -
    >
    > This is to acknowledge that we are looking into your
    > question and will provide a reply soon.
    >
    > regards,
    > Kaiser

    Hi Kaiser!
    Thank you for spending time with my question, it would be very nice, if you find an answer

    best regards walter
    Walter, Hi - It is good to know that you now have a work around. Narender is in the same team as I am. So, the reply is actually going to come from him in this case.

    regards,
    Kaiser