I'm having an issue with bootcode upgrade after zfs features upgrade. FreeBSD's suggestion is this
gpart bootcode -b /boot/pmbr -p /boot/gptzfsboot -i 1 da0
but this doesn't work because there is no da0. Instead I use ada0, the only SSD fully owned by ZFS. However, the result is an error...
I have problem with raid / mirror and I need a guide how to fix it safely.
Below my problem.
Name Status Components
mirror/swap COMPLETE da1p2 (ACTIVE)
da0 at ciss0 bus 0 scbus0 target 0 lun 0
da0: <HP RAID 0 OK> Fixed...
My software raid 5 rebuiled hot and after that there are penging somewhat. Does anybody knows what does it mean "Pending"?
Geom name: Data
State: COMPLETE HOT
Status: Total=8, Online=8
Pending: (wqp 11 // 2) 2052749657088..2052749661184/4096p...
I am working on embedded project based on freebsd.
It is looking into having a NVMe device.
I am newbie for freebsd. Based on the handbook, the Freebsd doesn't support the block layer as Linux does.
I am assuming the file system driver (example, ext2fs) will be able to mount with NVMe driver...
I have an geom_uzip image and what I'm confused about is the following. The first few lines of the image file are as follows:
(kldstat -m $m 2>&-||kldload $m)>&-&&mount_cd9660 /dev/`mdconfig -af $0`.uzip $1
But when I try to execute them manually they...
Hello all. This is my first post. I have considered giving FreeBSD a try for a while and have decided now would be a good time although I may have bitten off more than I can chew.
I am trying to install the OS on my fake raid but it is not working. I don't even know if it is possible in this...
I am an idiot.
I have no backup. Nothing critically important, but 6 TB of personal data I would sorely like to recover. I solemnly swear to create real backups first, before anything else, if I can get this working again.
I'm a newbie to FreeBSD. This new FreeBSD system is replacing an old...
I'm developing GEOM provider/consumer and looking through the existing code to learn. And in process of that started to question the usage necessity of bio queue (bio_queue_head) in some cases.
There are a lot of cases when a pattern for functions such as g_*_read or g_*_flush is like so:
My new FreeBSD 10.2 server consists of one SSD for the base system, several HDDs for data storage and a hot swap bay which I use for backups. All drives are encrypted with geli and I use ZFS on all internal disks. I have written a small script to automatically attach encrypted disk, import ZFS...