On 9/24/2010 9:01 PM, John Hudak wrote:
Could you be a little more specific about what you
mean by 'everything'? semt faxes? receoved faxes, config files?
Sent, received, and logs - absolutely. Config files? Those
probably have to stay with the server - and I don't have any problem
with that. I just want the bulk storage to be on my main
fileserver, and any "overhead", i.e. webserver, to be off-loaded as
well. Just leave that poor little box to drive the modems - it
seems to do it well.
On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 9:53 AM, Daniel
L. Miller <dmiller@xxxxxxxxx>
I'm trying to convert an older box into a
dedicated fax server - but with a twist. The modems HAVE to
be in this box, and of course HylaFax+ needs to be running
here as well. But I want everything to be saved and accessed
from my file/web server. I'm also using Avantfax for an
interface - and I don't want to try to run a webserver on the
fax box. At first glance, I see a couple options:
1. Use NFS, and mount the majority of the /var/spool/hylafax
subfolders from the fileserver on the fax server.
2. Use custom receive/send scripts on the fax server, that
copy the files to the fileserver.
3. Something much simpler and elegant that I don't know yet.
Using either option 1 or 2, I believe I'd need customer
send/receive scripts on the fax server that would use ssh to
execute the send/receive scripts on the webserver to update
the Avantfax database.