When installing a new FreeBSD 11.0 with zfs root, the installer creates 2 zfs pools and puts the contents of /boot in zfs:bootpool/boot. /boot is a symlink pointing to /bootpool/boot
Normal boot process then does not mount bootpool (nice little security extra there) so the /boot symlink points...
On pfSense 2.2.4 (FreeBSD 10.1), my custom init script filebeat_wrapper won't start at boot.
According to rcorder it should start right after boot:
# rcorder /etc/rc.d/* /usr/local/etc/rc.d/*
As of FreeBSD 10.0, a "light" version of Subversion has been integrated into the base system. It includes most of the svn tools, though the filenames have been changed (e.g. "svnlite" instead of "svn", "svnliteserve" instead of "svnserve" etc.) Most people probably would use this for the...
Lately I often need to create rc.d for a new services, and for educational purpose or thin rc.d profiling it's ok, moreover over time it takes less effort and time and result is more satisfying. But sometimes I just want a simple daemon to be ported and waste my time to do repetitive...
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I've installed Gitlab into a FreeBSD 10.2 Jail and got everything working nicely, except for the fact that when the Jail starts, Gitlab doesn't...All of the other related services start (redis, postgresql, and nginx).
The rc script I'm using is from here and I've placed it...
I started working with a great web server called caddy and started working on an rc.d script to get it running as a service. I put together a script that mostly worked seen here. The bug in this original script was that the service would start on boot/reboot, but it didn’t play well with the...
On various servers, I'm facing problems with processes like security/openvpn or Jails and their interaction with pf.
They require specific rules involving network interface or IP address that do not exists yet on the system when pf starts. Hence for security/openvpn I've got this at...
I'm trying to install a rc.d script to run at startup and shutdown, but it only run at startup.
Reducing the script to a skeleton test, I have the following:
# PROVIDE: test
# REQUIRE: FILESYSTEMS
# KEYWORD: nojail shutdown