Hello !!! Someone knows why it is so slow the sd that I put it is fast everything is going very well but when I install it
for example, pkg install python takes 1 hour to decompress it
I thought it could be an error of pkg and probe by port ...
portsnap fetch ........ Extracting snapshot ... 30...
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...
I regularly update my 2 FreeBSD servers using freebsd-update fetch install and portmaster -a.
Both running as VM on VMWare ESXi v6.5.
After last update both servers are responding extremely slow, especially ssh logins and using su to get root, and SHA256 checksums when upgrading ports...
I am a C/C++ Python and Java developer at the Elettra Synchrotron Radiation Facility in Trieste, Italy.
For the control system we use and produce open source software, and we develop under linux.
I have been a fan of FreeBSD since my laurea degree thesis back in 2004.
To cope with work...
I sometimes have a problem with time on bhyve guest.
Time flows slower and slower. After restart OpenNTPd service date and time is ok.
The problem occurs when I'm resetting host without shutting down the guest.
Others VMs work ok with the same settings.
user@vm1:~ % sudo sysctl...
Some time ago I decided to use FreeBSD as a workstation.
Before this I have been using MS Windows.
It was my dream to migrate to FreeBSD.
Now I am using FreeBSD. I chose Gnome 3 classic view as it is enough modern and beauty for me. But I am not so happy, as I expected, of it now.
I'm trying to determine why sysutils/iocage is so slow on my server when compared to a small VirtualBox VM on a laptop. Here are the specs of each.
Let me know if more information is required!
Model: Dell R610
CPU: Intel L5520
RAM: 32GB ECC RAM
HD: 2x 120GB SSD (striped ZFS)
I downloaded an 2,7 GB ISO image and copied to a pen drive formatted as ext2. The copying progress started with a write speed of 3 MB/s and went slower and slower and ended with a write speed of 627 KB/s.
The copy process took me 47 minutes and I decided to test the write speed of Debian...
Until two days ago my bootup times were blazing fast, maybe 2 or 3 seconds between the BIOS screen and the base system starts loading. Then I upgraded the computer (skylake processor and a new z170 asus motherboard) and the kernel load started to do funny things. It now spends like 20...