ING. FERNANDO LOPEZ OROZCO UNAV 09

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ING. FERNANDO LOPEZ OROZCO
UNAV 09

INTRODUCCION A NOVELL NETWARE


Novell developed with NetWare a network operating
system that no complex and
overweighted

GUI needs for
use on servers. Novell provides simple but powerful text
-
based menus on the command line for the configuration
since the first NetWare release.

The administration of resources like printers, files and
users is possible with a client and a graphical window
system and granted administrator rights. Since NetWare
6 no more client is necessary for this, the configuration
can be done completely on the server.

ING. FERNANDO LOPEZ
OROZCO UNAV 09

INTRODUCCION


NetWare
needs only low hardware requirements
and has memory protection. It protects single
processes from each other and is very stable
through this in operation. Virtual memory is used
reliably. By IFS file systems can be exchanged. This
operating system is used for all sorts of fields of
application. Use as a directory service, Internet
server, Intranet server, file server or also
application server is part of it.



ING. FERNANDO LOPEZ OROZCO
UNAV 09

INTRODUCCION


The first release of NetWare was 1983 for the
operating system DOS. In 2005 the current
version of the network operating system Open
Enterprise Server was published in different
variants. Either with NetWare 6.5 kernel or
Linux kernel of the
Suse

Enterprise 9 server, no
matter which variant is used the same services
are available.


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UNAV 09

NetWare 3.0



With
the version NetWare 3.0 the 32
-
bit
performance of the Intel 386 CPUs could already
be used fully. The following versions 3.1 and 3.11
eliminated many bugs from the main release.
NetWare 3.11 had great popularity in companies
and worked very reliable and stable. NetWare can
respectively manage at most 32
TByte

harddisk

storages for at most 64 Volumes per servers.
Novell cancelled the support for the version 3.2 in
the year 2002.


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UNAV 09

NetWare 5.0



Structure
information


-

64
mbyte

RAM, 550
mbyte

fixed storage disks are
minimal

-

SMP up to 32 CPUs, ASMP

-

Monolithic kernel

-

preemptive multitasking

-

integrated Java applications and development
tools (JVM)

-

32
-
bit operating system

-

64
-
bit file system NSS (Novell Storage Services)

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UNAV 09

CONT… NETWARE 5.0


System environment


-

graphical installation

-

TCP/IP is standard protocol now (before IPX/SPX)

-

Program format is
NLM

(NetWare Loadable Module)

-

Configuration over Novell Client32 possible

-

Web optimized, offers network management

-

JavaScript and VB Script support

-

Reads FAT16 partitions

-

Server connects different platforms

-

Maximum size of Volumes: 8 terabyte with
NSS


-

New network functions like WAN Traffic manager

-

DHCP and DNA integrated in NDS 8

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UNAV 09

NetWare 5.1


-

Application platform for internet & intranet
applications

-

NDS 8
, Novell Directory Services, efficient database
model

-

supports NFS (Network file system), AFP (Apple Filing
Protocol)

-

optimized for the services of Microsoft Office 2000

-

supports the web publishing (NetWare
Netpublisher

optional)

-

NetWare Enterprise Web server

3.6 with
Frontpage

support or Apache web server

-

Novell International Cryptographic Infrastructure
modul
, 56
-
bit encryption, 128
-
bits optional


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UNAV 09

CONT…. NETWARE 5.1


-

NetWare client for Windows 2000, planned for
Mac and Linux

-

uniform user administration for different
platforms

-

use as a
FTP server


-

NetWare Management Portal
, Administration of
network installations over a browser

-

Cluster services upgradeable as Add
-
On

-

Hardware requirements for the full installation:
512
mbyte

RAM, 2
gbyte

harddisk

storage


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UNAV 09

NetWare
6.0


-

Cluster services integrated, up to 32
NetWareserver

in one system group

-

Console One

as a NetWare management program

-

NFA

(Native File Access) replaces the NetWare
client, access from different platforms possibly,
supported:

-

CIFS

(Computer Internet File System) for Windows
Clients

-

AFP

(
Appletalk

Filing Protocol) for Mac Clients

-

NIS/NFS

for Unix Clients

-

FTP

(File Transfer Protocol) for data exchange

-

NSS

3.0 (Novell Storage Services), up to 8
tbyte

harddisk

storage, 64
-
bit processing depth


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UNAV 09

CONT….. NetWare 6.0


-

Mirroring of
NSS

partitions with Raid 0 and Raid 1,
use of virtual partitions, Storage Pools, up to 255
Logical Volumes

-

I
-
Folder

for virtual work directories and
synchronization tasks (with comparison by
-
bits), with I
-
Folder client by HTTP(S), Blowfish (128
-
bits)

-

I
-
Print

is further development of
NDPS

(Novell
Distributed Print services), inclusive
Drive Map

for
graphical location plan

-

IPP

(Internet Printing Protocol) for control of
printers over the Internet

-

Minimum: Pentium II or AMD K7 (Server class), 256
mbyte

RAM, DOS partition with 200
mbyte

of size, 2
gbyte

for sys Volume


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UNAV 09

NetWare
6.5


-

support for Mac, Windows and UNIX networks

-

modul
-
based Installation, server profiles for App, DNS,
Print, ...

-

Browser based administration and control

-

E
-
Directory, formerly NDS (as like Active Directory of
Microsoft)

-

simplified Administration and use of network resources

-

Virtual Office portal, remote access to working
environment

-

counts on
OpenSource

solutions,
mySQL

is integrated

-

Minimum: Pentium II or comparable, 512
mbyte

RAM,
200
mbyte

start partition and 2
gbyte

for system
partition

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UNAV 09

VERSIONES DE NOVELL
NETWARE

Date

Version

1983

NetWare/286 needs an additional DOS partition

1985

NetWare 1.0,

1986

NetWare 2.0 simple Bindery

1988

NetWare 2.2 and advanced NetWare 2.15

1989

NetWare 3.0,

1991

NetWare 3.11,

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UNAV 09

VERSIONES DE NOVELL
NETWARE

1993

NetWare 3.12 and NetWare 4.0: first time with NDS
(NetWare Directory Services) instead of Bindery, incl.
improvements

NetWare 3.2 incl. patches and updates, with graphical
Admintool

SYSCONW

NetWare 4.1,

NetWare 4.11 increased directory entries from 2 Mio.

up
to 16 Mio., SMP for up to 4 CPUs,

100
% J2K compatible

NetWare 4.2 Netshield for NetWare and VirusScan,
Extended SBACKUP, Bordermanager, Fastcache

NetWare 4.54,

NetWare 4.61,

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UNAV 09

VERSIONES DE NOVELL NETWARE

1998

NetWare 5.0

2000
Jan
.

NetWare 5.1

2001 Oct.

NetWare 6.0 (cobra)

2003 Aug.

NetWare 6.5 (nakoma)

2005

Open Enterprise Server 1.0, based on SUSE LES 9,
with Linux or NetWare kernel

2007

Open Enterprise Server 2.0, based on SUSE LES 10,
optional NetWare 6.5 SP7 usable, more than 4
gb

RAM usable, 64 bit CPU support,
Xen

virtualization

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