Hi! This is an open discussion and I'm mostly curious about your general ideas and thoughts about the subject and a few struggles I'm having on my way. It's going to be a bit wall-of-texty. Sorry about that, I'll try to make it as easily digested as possible :)
It's about using small static VM...
Today FreeBSD operating system turns 26 years old.
19 June is an International FreeBSD Day.
This is why I got something special today :)
FreeBSD Enterprise 1 PB Storage
#verblog #backup #beadm #enterprise #freebsd...
So I'm reading about ZFS on the FreeBSD ZFS quick-start guide, and I'm stuck at this part: when I attempt to use a device (/dev/da0), it throws an error and the device dissapears until I reboot. :\ Specifically, this: zpool create example/ dev/da0, and throws the error: cannot open '/dev/da0'...
Hi guys! :3 I was wondering about something... I tried installing 12.0 (and failed once again) to replace Xubuntu on the notorious ASUS X205TA. :( But I still want to use ZFS. Were it not for wanting ZFS, this thread would be elsewhere Online. :) I know how to install it, but my question is...
We have a four disk zraid2 pool with 4 3T drives.
NAME SIZE ALLOC FREE CKPOINT EXPANDSZ FRAG CAP DEDUP HEALTH ALTROOT
bootpool 1.98G 284M 1.71G - - 15% 13% 1.00x ONLINE -
zroot 10.6T 8.61T 2.02T - - 57% 81% 1.00x ONLINE...
I would like to share an article about Fanless FreeBSD Server.
Silent Fanless FreeBSD Server - Redundant Backup
#verblog #cloud #freebsd #freenas #hardware #storage #zfs #nas #backup
As we're running out of disk space, I've added another block storage device and made it a zfs partition with gpart :
$ gpart show
=> 40 125829040 vtbd0 GPT (60G)
40 1024 1 freebsd-boot (512K)
1064 6291456 2 freebsd-zfs (3.0G)
I am a newbie to ZFS, but I've installed it on my laptop in order to learn about it (hey, it's a free country).
I am totatlly confused about what are the recommended poudriere.conf settings to use?
For example, there is the memory setting to use instead of TMPFS, but I configure TMPFS to...
...and no, this is not a long time ago in a galaxy far far away either...
For those of you who are following my experience with FreeBSD and a hard disk failure, the is system install v2.0. If you are new to my little story, then you can catch up at the following links...
I have a machine with three 2TB drives mirroring the single zroot zpool. Is there a command sequence to pull one of those drives from the mirror, make the mirror forget it as a member of the pool and mark the drive as a spare rather than as an active pool member? A link to a page would be fine...
I've searched google and this forum but still no sucess. I've created a file-backed filesystem (memory disk). what I want is to automatically mount the md device at boot. What would be the correct entries in the rc.conf and fstab. Thank you for your inputs.
I've run 'tunefs -m 0' and 'tunefs -o space' on my UFS hard drive, however I haven't seen any reclaimed space. The changes wrote successfully.
It's a 4TB drive so I expect 3.725 TB but I'm getting 3.52 TB.
I'm looking for solution.
We have a storage with 60x4TB zfs pool wich split on three raidz2 arrays + 256 Gb RAM. We have to connect around 30 Mac OS clients for online video streaming (~7-8Gbits/sec) via NFSv3
Some times we have a users complain about freezing.
Hi there :)
Someone has demonstrated for a while running OpenStack hosted on FreeBSD 11. Described right here
For me that sounds awesome. I would like to have a similar setup now with FreeBSD 11 XEN and hosting OpenStack on Dom0. The minimum goal is to run FreeBSD as an Nova Compute
I am an idiot.
I have no backup. Nothing critically important, but 6 TB of personal data I would sorely like to recover. I solemnly swear to create real backups first, before anything else, if I can get this working again.
I'm a newbie to FreeBSD. This new FreeBSD system is replacing an old...
I am a relative noob to the storage world in general and FreeBSD in particular. OF what I have been learning of late, I have become somewhat familiar with such concepts like disk queuing, IOPs, latencies and the likes
I am also reading the classic 'The design and implementation of the FreeBSD...