I have a very simple automated system at home where all my servers and computers get assigned domains based on their type (for example all workstations follow the hostname.ws.lan naming convention, servers are hostname.srv.lan, etc.). Since I already have this domain-based organization...
I'm kinda new on FreeBSD firewall and i'm having some issues setting up a NFSv4 file server with a PF firewall. Every time I enable my firewall I get dropped from NFSv4. My pf.conf is very simple and it looks its working for both SSH and SMB but not for NFS:
block in all
I've been running a FreeBSD NAS for a long time now with ZFS filesystems shared via NFS. In the past, macOS had no issues connecting, though the default when using Finder was NFSv3. Good enough for me.
But I've recently upgraded from Mojave (10.14) to Ventura (13.2) and have been having trouble...
I have setup a PNFS server (NFSv4 only) with kerberos (heimdal) and I have a problem with gssd.
I want to use kerberos on PNFS MDS as a NFS client to its PNFS DSs and as a NFS Server to its NFS clients which is connect to the PNFS MDS itself.
But let's break down the problem. I can not use...
Hi, since upgrading to 13.1-RELEASE of FreeBSD I can't anymore access to .zfs/snapshot folder over NFS.
On Ubuntu or Debian client when I tried to acces do .zfs/snapshot I obtain : Stale file handle
medic:/home/user1 on /home/user1 type nfs...
As one may know NFS version 4.2 supports discards (trim). It was acknowledged to work on many Linux distros - RHEL 7, Opensuse 15, ovios etc.
In FreeBSD version 13 (13.1 in my case) we also have NFS server ver 4.2 but discards doesn't work.
Is it a bug or?
p.s. I'm not the only one...
I have some NFS shares exported on my server (13.1-RELEASE), and one of them exports my code to my workstation. I primarily use the vscode package for editing my code. My workstation is also running FreeBSD.
I was using 14.0-CURRENT earlier, but as a moderator pointed out, issues such as that...
I'm running FreeBSD14.0-CURRENT on both my client and my server, and I export some ZFS directories via NFSv4.
I've been having a weird issue with things such as vscode, where the file is not automatically refreshing (and this means I need to manually refresh git, and it leads to a lot of file...
I've been trying to implement an NFS-based mounting system for some shared data between jails, and have found a mostly working solution that comes with a problem.
Share an NFS-mounted directory between two jails: $jail0 and $jail1.
NFS share: $ip:/path/to/share containing some common...
Hi, please could someone explain me what happend with this files that I've uploaded by NFS from windows host to my freebsd as a NFS server.
1 file was: FreeBSD-13.0-RELEASE-amd64-dvd1.iso;
and then 2 files apear 1 kb each:
So, a Pi4 box is a server (192.168.66.40), a FreeBSD 13.0 laptop is a client (192.168.66.24).
As far I understood, mount Samba is absolutely impossible? Because mount_smbfs still doesn't know what is SMB2+ 😣 (I don't want to use smbclient, really).
OK, let's try NFS. No way too. It just hangs...
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
I need to export by NFS the home for a remote server...
The creation process was as follows:
Create the pool called 'storage'
zpool create storage da1
See the pool mounted
df -h | egrep 'Filesystem|storage '
Filesystem Size Used Avail...
the man page of mount_nfs shows a -D option and a -o deadthresh option. However running the command on 12.2 shows:
# mount_nfs -D 1 server:/path /path
-D deprecated, use -o deadthresh=<value>
mount_nfs: nmount: /path, mount option...
I've just setup a NAS running NFS on NetBSD. I can automatically mount the directory over NFS with the fstab entry:
x.x.x.:/samsMegaStorage /mnt/storage nfs rw 0 0
(where x.x.x.x is the Ip address of the server)
However when I mount it using sudo mount -a the owner of...
I am generally confused about how to use NFSv4 properly.
My situation is rather simple: An application server and a storage server. The application sever has several jails some of which are supposed to get access to an NFS share on the storage server. The two servers are connected over a 1:1 10...
The following scenario is happening on two freshly installed FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE hosts.
Host A acts as an NFSv4 server. It provides the following share: 192.168.250.61:/myshare
Host B can successfully mount and browse the share using mount -t nfs -o nfsv4,rw 192.168.250.61:/mysare /mnt.
I'll try to keep the scenario as simple as possible, just what I need, and leave out all the other things that didn't work while experimenting with nfs.
I have the following working:
This "works" - I can mount (from a linux machine) with...
Hi everybody! Happy & healthy 2021 !
My newly assembled FreeBSD server is now up and running. 🥳
Summary of the setup:
CPU: Intel(R) Pentium(R) CPU G4560 @ 3.50GHz (3504.17-MHz K8-class CPU)
Storage: ZFS RAIDZ2 using 5 Toshiba N300 7.2K 4TB
Memory: 32GB, I limited ARC to 16GB in...