1. patpro

    ZFS Best ashift for SAMSUNG MZVLB512HAJQ (PM981)

    Hello, I'm running a server with 4xSAS raidz plus 1xNVMe SSD (SAMSUNG MZVLB512HAJQ). The NVMe drive is split in 3 parts: # zpool status pool: nvme state: ONLINE scan: none requested config: NAME STATE READ WRITE CKSUM nvme ONLINE 0 0 0...
  2. P

    Mobile device type: FreeBSD?

    Hi all, Apologies in advance for being unsure where best to post. I've recently noticed upon reviewing my home network that my VZW Samsung S7 smg930v appears as type: 'FreeBSD' rather than 'Samsung Galaxy' or 'unknown'. This lead me here. I wonder if this is anything to be concerned about...
  3. Vincent See

    Solved Storage that is more resilient from powerloss

    Hello Guys! I can't find any clear answer by searching google so I hope I can get advice from you, and advice would be great. I know multiple external backups and a UPS is good practice from dataloss but between Hard Drives and Solid State Drives which is more resilient from data corruption due...
  4. aZ

    ZFS quirks=0x1<4K> for logical 512, physical 512, why?

    Hi, I don't understand why SSD's that have 512 sector size (logical and physical) have quirks=0x1<4K> mode? For example Samsung SSD 840-850 family. Gpart thinking that SSD is 4k, then zfs thinking that SSD is 4k (ashift: 12). TRIM working really slow with deleting 20GB+ files (L(q) in gstat...
  5. UncleBAZINGA

    Samsung Notebook: Display brightness issues

    Hi all, I'm using a Samsung NP530U3C notebook (Core i3 3217U, HD Graphics 4000) with 10.2-RELEASE/GENERIC. Display brightness can't be adjusted via fn keys, but via terminal i.e. intel_backlight <value> works sysctl<value> also works I want to control it via the...