If you set up a LUN that is larger than 2 terabytes (TB), be aware that older clients (those running Xsan on Mac OS X 10.3 Panther or Xsan 1.2 or earlier on Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger) cannot read these large LUNs. A dialog appears on these older clients that says the LUN is unreadable. Be sure to click Ignore to dismiss this dialog. Do not click Format, or information on the corresponding Xsan volume will be lost. If you use LUNs greater than 2 TB, you should upgrade all SAN clients to Xsan 1.3 or later on Mac OS X or Mac OS X Server v10.4.
Writing an effective user story in a consistent and clear way is one of the most important foundations of working on software engineering teams. This short guide will walk you through the process of
it is still possible to host your sitemap on external S3 buckets. You must set up a subdomain of your domain pointed as an Alternative Domain Name for your CloudFront distribution, and in order to do this you must go through domain verification with AWS.