I have an older machine that does not have UEFI support and I'm selecting BIOS+UEFI for the ZFSBOOT_BOOT_TYPE in /usr/libexec/bsdinstall/zfsboot.
All my machines list the boot method as BIOS (I haven't set the boot method to UEFI in the BIOS yet):
1. On the...
I am currently having an issue mounting a remote (LAN) file directory from a Truenas server on to a freebsd virtual machine (13.0-RELEASE-p3 FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE-p3) unaltered kernel.
I set /etc/fstab in this manner:
10.111.111.70:/mnt/storage /home/user/backup nfs rw,hard,intr 0 0
(Am new to BSD, and use archlinux as my daily driver)
I was trying to configure FreeBSD 13 on my Raspberry Pi 4 for use as a home server. It no longer boots, and I suspect the reason is changes I made to `/etc/fstab` but I'm not totally sure. When it boots it hangs here:
The problem is that...
As far as I know, nullfs(5) is useful for sharing an existing and mounted directory between jails. I can edit fstab(5) file of each jails:
/path/to/be/shared /usr/jails/foo/path/shared nullfs ro 0 0
/path/to/be/shared /usr/jails/bar/path/shared nullfs rw 0 0
But it seems probably true that...
This is useful for microsd cards and other media that uses Windows filesystems.
Type gpart show /dev/da0 to see if the filesystem is based on exfat or ntfs. exfat can show up as an ntfs-3 filesystem, because they are referred to by the same partition code of 0x07.
For exfat, install...
I've got the 88 character limitation for the fstab entry. It seems the problem will be solved in FreeBSD 12.x maybe in 2019.
How can I use nullfs inside a jail? Thats my fstab entry for the jail. It mounts the specific blog domain to the Wordpress jail...
I'm developing an init system for many POSIX/POSIX-like systems and after reviewing part of the FreeBSD Architecture Handbook as well as part of the kernel source it appears that upon calling the init binary that it's guaranteed that root will already be mounted. I just want to verify if this...
I've searched google and this forum but still no sucess. I've created a file-backed filesystem (memory disk). what I want is to automatically mount the md device at boot. What would be the correct entries in the rc.conf and fstab. Thank you for your inputs.
Starting and stopping the jail works fine when I stick to console apps. I can also successfully launch and use graphical jailed apps on the host display using e.g., jailme 1 firefox, but I cannot cleanly stop the jail after closing jailed graphical apps from my host X display.
Here is my...
I am fairly new to FreeBSD having made the switch based on a really good experience breathing new life into an Xserve G4 with FreeBSD 10.2. So, I decided to switch out from CentOS Linux to FreeBSD on my dev server.
I was able to get everything up and running with no problem. I followed the...
After a hard reboot of a FreeBSD 9.3 system (it was frozen, no KB and couldn't SSH) I received the error:
THE FOLLOWING FILE SYSTEM HAD AN INCONSISTENCY
ufs: /dev/da0 (/users)
Unknown Error: help!
Then it throws me into single user mode.
This is a virtual drive managed by an LSI 9271-8i...
I'm pretty new to FreeBSD, so this may be something really simple... If I uncomment the fdescfs and linprocfs entries in fstab (see below), I get dumped to single-user mode on boot.
# Device Mountpoint FStype Options Dump Pass#
/dev/ada0p3.eli none swap sw 0 0...