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...
I have longstanding issue with our NFS server, going probably from 10.x release times. Also problematic counterpart (client) has undergone multiple upgrades, but problem persists.
Quick intro - NFS server on FreeBSD 12.2 (running there probably for about 3-4 years, hence mentioning...
I am fairly new to FreeBSD after several years of using Linux (mostly Gentoo, but also Void).
I run 12.1-STABLE as I want my ryzen temperatures to work, but plan to go back to RELEASE as soon as 12.2 is realeased.
I'm in the process of adapting what I want to do to this new environment.
I have a FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE machine, hostname DellOptiPlex390. I would like to export the folders /usr/home/jdrch/KeePass and /usr/home/jdrch/Sync and mount them via NFS on an OpenIndiana Hipster GUI machine with IP address 192.168.0.71. My username, jdrch, is the same on both machines. I...
In the near future I may have a requirement to provide storage for a couple of VMWare servers that are currently running NFS off an ageing Netapp appliance. As good as the Netapp probably is, the chance of it going wrong worries me as I don't really have a clue what I'm doing with it, and it...