↑ Return to IT Tips & Tricks

OS X Server and Xsan Tips & Tricks

I’ll keep all the OS X Server and Xsan Tips & Tricks around here.

 

Final Cut Server

Vacuum the database: /Library/Application\ Support/Final\ Cut\ Server/Final\ Cut\ Server.bundle/Contents/Resources/sbin/fcsvr_run psql px pxdb -c “vacuum analyze verbose;” May want to add the vacuum FULL /Library/Application\ Support/Final\ Cut\ Server/Final\ Cut\ Server.bundle/Contents/Resources/sbin/fcsvr_run psql px pxdb -c “vacuum FULL analyze verbose;” Flush the responses queue: sudo /Library/Application\ Support/Final\ Cut\ Server/Final\ Cut\ Server.bundle/Contents/MacOS/fcsvr_client flush_response_queue Check for stuck responses: /Library/Application\ Support/Final\ …

View page »

Xsan Maintenance

Original Source: Xsan Maintenance Published by TK421 at 8:59 am under How-To,Xsan The proper Xsan volume maintenance is critical to the health of your filesystem. Short of a full crash with loss of configuration files, I have not seen any minor problems that this didn’t take care of (or at least help out tremendously). I try to do this …

View page »

server_monitor

Xserve/Mac Pro Lights Out Management (LOM) and the IPMITool command line

Xserve/Mac Pro LOM and the IPMITool command line: An essential part to being able to reboot locked up Xserves and Mac Pros remotely, monitor their hardware remotely, etc. Step 1. You need to use the Server Monitor Application on your Xserve/Mac Pro to setup the LOM IP address and login/password. Open the Server Monitor Application …

View page »

Leave a Reply