Hi guys, I'm a new user to freeBSD.
I created a zpool and set compress to lz4 , then started the NFS server.
After writing some files from the client (ubuntu), I noticed that the compressratio remains to be 1.00x.
root@freeBSD_Mixcro:/nfs # zfs get compressratio
When i try and unmount an nfs share my computer locks up and i have to power off
The nfs share is in my fstab as shown below
192.168.1.25:/volume1/Video /home/djwilcox/video nfs rw,noauto 0 0
When i run
sudo umount ~/video
to unmount the nfs share the terminal hangs and...
I'm a new user of FreeBSD - I recently installed FreeBSD 11.2 p4, and I use it as a backup- and fileserver using Samba48 and bacula. I also play around with it.
I've joined the machine to a Samba domain and log in with winbind with domain users works using GSSAPI. NFSv4 with kerberos...
My FreeBSD 11.2 box has the strange behavior that copying a file via NFS, SMB, or AFP is always capped at exactly 60 MByte/s. However, copying the same file to the same client via SCP immediately hits GBit line speed at 110 MByte/s.
It shouldn't be a hardware limitation, I can read the...
Part of my job is supporting Linux users at a university, and we have recently migrated one of our file servers from Solaris to FreeBSD.
We've had some problems and hence I'm posting here.
CPU: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2667 v4 @ 3.20GHz (3200.07-MHz K8-class CPU)
real memory =...
Having a tough time understanding something and can't figure out what happened. This morning an nfs share stopped working on my dev environment, it was working fine yesterday. After some head scratching, I relalized that my /home/ directory isn't a symlink to /usr/home/ anymore, it is a real...
so I followed the directions on another site to edit `/usr/src/sys/fs/nfsserver/nfs_nfsdport.c` and then perform `make kernelbuild` and `make kernelinstall` - rebooted (of course). Don't appear to have any difference in transfer speeds with NFS datastore in ESXi (sync set to standard)...
I have been facing a strange problem on AWS, where I created a large FreeBSD NFS server, with the below configuration.
My throughput to writing a file is 600-800 Mbps and reading files are much higher. I have no issues with throughput, but the problem is with while accessing a folder...
I'm attempting to set up a machine as an NFS server with the data being stored on a ZFS filesystem.
I've been doing this for nearly ten years on our Solaris 10 servers, which this new server is eventually going to replace, and we need to use the userquota facility to manage user's storage...
I have a share on FreeBSD with files owned by a UID that does not match the same user on the server remotely accessing these files. Without changing permissions on the files themselves, how can I make it so the remote system sees these files as being owned by a different user?
To break it down...
I am setting up NFSv3 server and I would like to have my servers /shared directory exported globally.
I want to have it available across several subnets and I wonder if I could streamline it better:
/shared -alldirs 192.168.1.0/24 192.168.50.0/24 192.168.100.0/24 192.168.111.0/24...
NFS up and running, but the /etc/exports file has me stumped. I want to share the whole / so I inserted this directive:
/ -alldirs hq.local
/home -alldirs 192.168.1.4
/home/rich/ -network 192.168.1.4
The last 2 directives were added later to see if I...
I'm wanting to use lockd on my nfs server, but first I'm trying to make sure it will do exactly what I'm thinking it will do. I haven't been able to find a good concise writeup on it and the manpage isn't too helpful, so I thought I'd ask the forum.
*NFS server and two NFS clients...
I'm looking for solution.
We have a storage with 60x4TB zfs pool wich split on three raidz2 arrays + 256 Gb RAM. We have to connect around 30 Mac OS clients for online video streaming (~7-8Gbits/sec) via NFSv3
Some times we have a users complain about freezing.
Hello everybody, I have just registered here because I am planning a project where I think FreeBSD could be the ideal OS.
I am currently running a dual boot system with Arch Linux and Windows 10. Both systems have FDE, Linux with LUKS (LVM) and Windows with Bitlocker, so data can not be easily...
Dear FreeBSD Community!
I'm planning to setup a NAS (for my family, a mix of Windows, Linux and Mac OS Clients) in a jail on my FreeBSD machine (which should replace my actual Linux-based homeserver step by step). So I prepared a jail with it's own IP, set up samba and joined our Active...
I have a little problem with my NFS-Server (based on FreeBSD10.3).
When I mount on the client (Debian 8 or RHEL/CentOS) the mount will not all UID/GIDs mapped correctly. Some files or folder has the ID 4294967294 as user or group. The users I got from winbind what it working...