poudriere ports -c and port updates were working flawless for many years until git happened. I assume many migration parts are still in progress.
Unfortunately cannot make it work:
#poudriere ports -c -m git -U https://git.freebsd.org/ports.git
[00:00:00] Creating default fs at...
I'm not a newbie on ZFS but I have never used before a RAIDZ2 pool. Now I have migrated two VMs to another host. The capacity on the destination pool has grown by the factor of two :eek: I know that a RAIDZ2 setup needs more capacity but the output of "zfs list" is a little bit curious. I hope...
Sometimes you are not allowed (i.e: lack of privileges), you can not (i.e: lack of disk space) or (for any other reason) you don't want to install or compile a program on a FreeBSD system.
I was wondering if it is possible to perform the compiling/installing (or whatever) operation on another...
This is my first attempt at a public service post.
Sometimes, one discovers that the database directories are better off in a different location than the current/default, e.g. when one decides to use a new zfs partition for the db files. The process of moving the data files needs a bit of...
I'm confused with the way TrueOS is going so I'm thinking of migration to pure FreeBSD but I'm not very experienced in it (but I have more than 10 years of Linux experience).
I'm the user of TrueOS 18.03 with FreeBSD 12.0 kernel on amd64 architecture (HP Pavilion notebook)
I'm in progress of migrating my centos openvpn dualstack server to freebsd.
I got a problem with ipv6 connection and im not shure what is the problem.
IPv4 is working fine through the tunnel. IPv6 icmp is possible, but nameservers are not reachable on :53 or anything else except via...
Does anybody have experience with this?
If I have a physical disk with Windows 7 installed, can I just use its device node for bhyve?
I understand that I'll need to install virtio-net drivers in Windows. What else? The generic VGA adapter doesn't need a driver. Windows may not like the hardware...
I have an old FreeBSD installation that is running out of space. I would like to attach a new disk and migrate to it. I would also like to combine all the separate filesystems /usr, /var, /tmp and so on to a single filesystem /. Is this possible? What is the best approach?
We've encounter a very critical Dell-r510 server failure, its motherboard got completely damaged and there's no way to boot the machine. Now to make our data online asap, we need to have this data available in other machine but need your instructions for this sensitive migration. Let me...
Since ezjail doesn't seem to have been updated for a long time and qjail seems to be a little bit more modern I'm planning to switch.
Is it possible to just migrate my existing jails from one manager to the other without problems?
Are there any resources about this?