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  • Share Your Story | FreeNAS Community
    5ghz 8gb reg ecc 2x 1TB Seagate Constellation SAS quad Intel gigabit nic trunked master richie Nov 10 2015 3 Offline pirateghost Unintelligible Geek Member Since Feb 29 2012 Messages 2 736 Message Count 2 736 Likes Received 310 Trophy Points 83 pirateghost Nov 10 2015 Is everyone supposed to share their story in this thread When you go to that link it is nothing more than a video that tells you to go to the same page is there supposed to be a box to fill in pirateghost Nov 10 2015 4 Offline Jailer Not strong but bad Member Since Sep 12 2014 Messages 807 Message Count 807 Likes Received 89 Trophy Points 28 Location Ithaca Michigan Home Page http boredguy chickenkiller com Jailer Nov 10 2015 Jeremy said Any of you forum regulars share your story yet We re giving away Amazon gift cards and FreeNAS Swag Tshirts Click to expand I was hesitant but just posted my story of my journey to FreeNAS Nothing special just a home user with a failed hard drive seeking direction on where to go and I ended up here I m so glad that I did FreeNAS 9 3 Stable Supermicro X10SL7 F Xeon E 3 1240V3 32GB 2x Crucial ECC DDR3 1600 CT2KIT102472BD160B 6x3TB WD Greens RAIDZ2 Supermicro 16GB SATA DOM PC Power And Cooling Turbo cool 510 Jailer Nov 10 2015 5 Offline Jeremy FreeNAS Marketing Team Member Since Jun 7 2013 Messages 6 Message Count 6 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 3 Jeremy Nov 11 2015 pirateghost said Is everyone supposed to share their story in this thread When you go to that link it is nothing more than a video that tells you to go to the same page is there supposed to be a box to fill in Click to expand There is a form on that page below the video Jeremy Nov 11 2015 6 Offline pirateghost Unintelligible Geek Member Since Feb 29 2012 Messages 2 736 Message Count 2 736 Likes Received 310 Trophy Points 83 pirateghost Nov 11 2015 Jeremy said There is a form on that page below the video Click to expand different computer same result EDIT it was UBlock You guys might want to have a look at how the form is hosted Attached Files a Screen Shot 2015 11 11 at 9 12 33 AM png File size 705 7 KB Views 12 pirateghost Nov 11 2015 7 Offline Jeremy FreeNAS Marketing Team Member Since Jun 7 2013 Messages 6 Message Count 6 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 3 Jeremy Nov 11 2015 pirateghost said different computer same result EDIT it was UBlock You guys might want to have a look at how the form is hosted Click to expand I m guessing you block alot of stuff not much I can do about that Jeremy Nov 11 2015 8 Offline pirateghost Unintelligible Geek Member Since Feb 29 2012 Messages 2 736 Message Count 2 736 Likes Received 310

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  • FreeNAS 9.3 is now released! | FreeNAS Community
    message We would also like to sincerely thank the over 5 000 users who participated in the 9 3 BETA testing program The level of participation in the form of bug reports and commentary in the special 9 3 Testing section of the FreeNAS Forum was truly unprecedented in size and scope and this release wouldn t be anything close to the level of quality without it Thank you We are already starting to screen bugs into the SU Software Update Candidate milestone and plan on supporting the 9 3 STABLE update train up to and well past the point where FreeNAS 10 comes out nightlies for that train resuming just as soon as the FreeNAS 10 team has something ready to publicly demo We will try to keep updates from coming out too frequently though if we do encounter any issue which is significantly impactful and worthy of a quick reaction on our part we will fix it as quickly as necessary The new updater means we can ship an update for a single bug or multiple bugs combined it all depending on timing and severity Please enjoy this new release There are hundreds of improvements performance enhancements and new features in it and we hope everyone will get plenty of mileage out of it as we proceed towards our next major release with FreeNAS 10 The FreeNAS Development Team jkh Dec 8 2014 1 cephyr DVitoD hervon and 6 others like this Offline jkh Administrator Member Since Jul 22 2013 Messages 675 Message Count 675 Likes Received 290 Trophy Points 63 jkh Dec 9 2014 And irony of ironies we ve already made use of the new Updater mechanism If you are on the 9 3 STABLE train you can simply apply the update right away If you

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  • Professional FreeNAS Training Now Available | FreeNAS Community
    org freenas zfs training Read more about it here http www ixsystems com whats new freenas professional training courses announced by ixsystems James Apr 14 2014 1 You must log in or sign up to reply here Show Ignored Content Thread Status Not open for further replies Share This Page Tweet Your name or email address Do you already have an account No create an account now Yes my password

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  • FreeNAS Logo Design Contest | FreeNAS Community
    17 2015 6 Offline vmlinuz Member Since Dec 17 2015 Messages 1 Message Count 1 Likes Received 4 Trophy Points 3 Occupation Freeloader Location United States vmlinuz Dec 17 2015 This design is a Pantone Black 7 C circle with three curves one white one Pantone Blue 2925 C and one Pantone 3385 C The large circle symbolizes openness The curves have been arranged such that they create curved triangular forms similar to the teeth or fins of a shark The curves also represent a network and the triangle at the center is a symbol of stability and robustness triangles are the most stable geometric shape The font used for the lettering is Overpass a free simple sans serif font kerned manually as paint net puts way too much space between letters The lettering is not necessarily part of the design it s mainly there to show how the logo may look when combined with text Simplicity is at the core of this design representing the easy to use interface that FreeNAS provides vmlinuz Dec 17 2015 7 RvdKraats Jenny solarisguy and 1 other person like this Offline twk95 Member Since Oct 27 2015 Messages 12 Message Count 12 Likes Received 3 Trophy Points 3 Location Savannah GA twk95 Dec 19 2015 Went with a very simple and minimal design while also incorporating a lot of symbolism For the main part of the logo I wanted to use a tree because I feel it symbolizes the flexibility of FreeNAS and the multitude of ways you can configure the OS to suit one s specific needs I also included a small server on the bottom to represent the OS itself I ve integrated the whole palette of colors in this design because I feel that each individual color could represent a different side of FreeNAS Whereas this multicolor icon might be used for FreeNAS as a whole you can use a single color as the background for a specific situation For example an icon with a red background could be used to symbolize FreeNAS being used for file storage or backups while an icon with a green background could be used to represent FreeNAS in an enterprise environment the orange in a mediaserver situation and so on I wanted to bring up the idea of a multicolor icon representing FreeNAS as a whole with each color having a specific meaning but with the final icon being limited to having only a few colors the icon can be changed to just having a single color as the background twk95 Dec 19 2015 8 RvdKraats Jenny and Fredde like this Online Mirfster Doesn t know what he s talking about Member Since Oct 2 2015 Messages 378 Message Count 378 Likes Received 45 Trophy Points 28 Location Bristow VA Mirfster Dec 19 2015 Would it be possible to obtain some background history on the current logo to gain insight and stay in line with the original inspiration Recommended Reading cyberjock s Hardware recommendations read this first cyberjock s Slideshow explaining VDev zpool ZIL and L2ARC for noobs cyberjock s ECC vs non ECC RAM and ZFS jgreco s Building Burn In and Testing your FreeNAS system qwertymodo s How To Hard Drive Burn In Testing Bidule0hm s Scripts to report SMART ZPool and UPS status HDD CPU T HDD identification and backup the config Mirfster Dec 19 2015 9 joeschmuck and Ericloewe like this Offline GilbertGrolsch Member Since Dec 20 2015 Messages 3 Message Count 3 Likes Received 4 Trophy Points 3 Occupation Graphic Designer Location United Kingdom Home Page http www gilbertgrolsch uk GilbertGrolsch Dec 20 2015 Design rationale The brandmark represents a central hub connected to other networks around it it also represents a crosscut of a fibre optic cable 7 is typically a popular number in western culture and FreeNAS also offers 7 free features The reason I chose a hexagonal shape is because of bees yes bees The reason a honeycomb is made of hexagons is because it s the best use of space it uses the least amount of wax to make a certain area of comb because of the perimeter area ratio and also does not waste any space because it tessellates without leaving any gaps Not to mention bees are a strong networking system Attached Files a FreeNAS Logo2 01 jpg File size 104 6 KB Views 123 GilbertGrolsch Dec 20 2015 10 RvdKraats TheKiwi Gonzalo and 1 other person like this Offline Ericloewe not very passive but aggressive Member Since Feb 15 2014 Messages 1 058 Message Count 1 058 Likes Received 816 Trophy Points 113 Location Portugal Ericloewe Dec 20 2015 GilbertGrolsch said FreeNAS also offers 7 free features Click to expand I m curious how d you arrive at 7 features FreeNAS 9 3 Stable Supermicro X10SLM F with Intel Core i3 4330 and 2 8GB Crucial ECC 1 35V DDR3 1600MHz 6 WD30EFRX WD Red 3TB in RAIDZ2 and 2 16GB Toshiba USB drive mirrored Sharkoon T9 Value with 2 Icy Dock FatCage MB153SP B 3 in 2 drive cages Seasonic G 550 Gee you re bored APC Back UPS Pro 900 Hardware Recommendations ZFS basics a k a Cyberjock s Guide Supermicro X10 X11 FAQ and X10 Memory Recommendations Ericloewe Dec 20 2015 11 Offline joeschmuck Old Man Member Since May 28 2011 Messages 4 043 Message Count 4 043 Likes Received 306 Trophy Points 83 Occupation Electrical Engineer Data Analysis and Management Location Northern Virginia joeschmuck Dec 20 2015 Ericloewe said I m curious how d you arrive at 7 features Click to expand Now these are the 7 free features not the 7 paid features 1 BOOTSTRAP 2 SCRUB 3 CREATE POOL 4 DESTROY POOL 5 CIFS 6 CRASH normally self induced 7 POWER OFF SpoilerTarget Show FreeNAS System FreeNAS 9 3 Stable AMD FX 4300 3 8GHz CPU Asus M5A78L M USB3 Intel NIC EXPI9301CTBLK PCI E 16GB Kingston DDR3 ECC 1333 RAM Patriot Xporter XT Rage 8GB

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  • FreeNAS Logo Design Contest | Page 4 | FreeNAS Community
    Commune Communism It s fairly straightforward How to configure CIFS permissions CIFS Tips and Tricks CIFS Home Directories in an AD Environment Tips for using Unix permissions on a samba share How to fix slow directory browsing in CIFS Editing CIFS permissions through the CLI anodos Jan 8 2016 70 Offline jkh Administrator Member Since Jul 22 2013 Messages 675 Message Count 675 Likes Received 290 Trophy Points 63 jkh Jan 8 2016 anodos said Fine I ve redesigned it View attachment 9855 Click to expand I like it Can staff participate in this contest too Here s my own submission which focuses on FreeNAS s mission as seen on this Forum along with a new shark logo jkh Jan 8 2016 71 anodos likes this Offline anodos Belly button Lint Extraordinaire Member Since Mar 6 2014 Messages 2 444 Message Count 2 444 Likes Received 400 Trophy Points 83 anodos Jan 8 2016 jkh said Here s my own submission which focuses on FreeNAS s mission View attachment 9893 Click to expand deleted an inappropriate comment implying that FreeNAS s mission also involves a large quantity of blow How to configure CIFS permissions CIFS Tips and Tricks CIFS Home Directories in an AD Environment Tips for using Unix permissions on a samba share How to fix slow directory browsing in CIFS Editing CIFS permissions through the CLI anodos Jan 8 2016 72 Offline jkh Administrator Member Since Jul 22 2013 Messages 675 Message Count 675 Likes Received 290 Trophy Points 63 jkh Jan 8 2016 anodos said deleted an inappropriate comment implying that FreeNAS s mission also involves a large quantity of blow Click to expand No no you don t get it The logo represents the things people can and do STORE on the NAS and in an internationally friendly format without even the need for words Besides everyone knows you have to put cocaine in plastic bags or little snuff boxes unless you re Tony Montana in which case burlap flour sacks work too jkh Jan 8 2016 73 Online Mirfster Doesn t know what he s talking about Member Since Oct 2 2015 Messages 378 Message Count 378 Likes Received 45 Trophy Points 28 Location Bristow VA Mirfster Jan 8 2016 jkh said No no you don t get it The logo represents the things people can and do STORE on the NAS and in an internationally friendly format without even the need for words Click to expand So based on that it would mean trashy p rn content happy shark Recommended Reading cyberjock s Hardware recommendations read this first cyberjock s Slideshow explaining VDev zpool ZIL and L2ARC for noobs cyberjock s ECC vs non ECC RAM and ZFS jgreco s Building Burn In and Testing your FreeNAS system qwertymodo s How To Hard Drive Burn In Testing Bidule0hm s Scripts to report SMART ZPool and UPS status HDD CPU T HDD identification and backup the config Mirfster Jan 8 2016 74 Offline anodos Belly

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  • FreeNAS Logo Design Contest | Page 5 | FreeNAS Community
    have chosen to create this logo with the world included as it represents the powerful concept of FreeNas being a global success in the industry I have chosen to use symbols using the different colour palette to represent the key features with a tree like design leading to them to show a quick easy to use that FreeNas provides The branches also representing growth and success I think this logo makes the company look reliable as the shading within it makes it look like the imagery is almost meant to fit into the shape of the world as it is meant to be The different colours represent the different core storages FreeNas provide A minimilisitc colourful eye catching design with a use of symbolism Attached Files a freenasfinal pdf File size 345 1 KB Views 43 Danielle Holt Jan 15 2016 90 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Jan 15 2016 I do have to say that me riding a shark is the coolest I do have to root for that since my doggy is in it But to be totally honest I m pretty impressed with all of the logos we ve gotten so far They re pretty damn good I had to judge I think I d have a hard time judging which one to use which others to turn down Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Jan 15 2016 91 Ericloewe likes this Online Mirfster Doesn t know what he s talking about Member Since Oct 2 2015 Messages 378 Message Count 378 Likes Received 45 Trophy Points 28 Location Bristow VA Mirfster Jan 15 2016 Well then stand back and feast your eyes on this beauty Image was done ENTIRELY FREE HANDED to represent the freedom that FreeNas offers Please keep the applause to a low roar and make the check out to cash Recommended Reading cyberjock s Hardware recommendations read this first cyberjock s Slideshow explaining VDev zpool ZIL and L2ARC for noobs cyberjock s ECC vs non ECC RAM and ZFS jgreco s Building Burn In and Testing your FreeNAS system qwertymodo s How To Hard Drive Burn In Testing Bidule0hm s Scripts to report SMART ZPool and UPS status HDD CPU T HDD identification and backup the config Mirfster Jan 15 2016 92 anodos likes this Offline gpsguy Active Member Member Since Jan 22 2012 Messages 2 595 Message Count 2 595 Likes Received 270 Trophy Points 83 Location GMT 5 gpsguy Jan 15 2016 Perhaps

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  • FreeNAS Logo Design Contest | Page 6 | FreeNAS Community
    the forum on my phone just now I m not sure if I did it correctly the first time by adding it as an image link so I m also uploading it as an attachment mcast Jan 20 2016 107 warri joeschmuck and Bidule0hm like this Offline richonazca Member Since Jan 20 2016 Messages 1 Message Count 1 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location Poland richonazca Jan 20 2016 description All we need to recognize shark is shape of a fin Simple clear design allows for multiple uses And in my opinion evolution of logo is better for clients recognition then completely new one richonazca Jan 20 2016 108 Offline anodos Belly button Lint Extraordinaire Member Since Mar 6 2014 Messages 2 444 Message Count 2 444 Likes Received 400 Trophy Points 83 anodos Jan 20 2016 mcast said Just heard about the contest late last night after listening to an episode of BSD Now Here s my submission Creative Brief for The FreeNas Octopus When I think about storing my data I want a friend an ally someone to watch my back someone I can trust When I think about sharks my initial thoughts are that they are predators they are adversaries they are dangerous I don t want to go swimming with sharks I don t trust a loan shark to give me the benefit of the doubt and not break my legs when I tell him the check is in the mail And when I think about a shark handling my data it makes me a little uneasy like if I make one wrong move if I swim too close all of a sudden duunnn dunnn duuuunnnn duun duuunnnnnnnn dun dun dun dun dun dun dun dun dun dun dunnnnnnnnnnn dunnnn Chomp OH NO All my data just got eaten by a FreeNas Shark So for my logo submission I decided to put the shark out to sea and I bring you the FreeNas Octopus The FreeNas Octopus has 8 arms which makes it a natural multitasker The FreeNas Octopus can easily and effortlessly handle the job of grabbing all of my important data from all my devices on my network The FreeNas Octopus can securely store my data and never let it go because it has awesome suction cups built into it s tentacles I also decided to go with the cute and friendly angle A friendly octopus face that is welcoming to FreeNAS noobs A friendly octopus face that you can t get angry at when you commit a PEBCAK error A friendly octopus face that helps you convince a non techie spouse to let you bring a beautiful FreeNas Mini into your home to be a newest member of your family Would you let a shark into your home or office Would you let your family and co workers swim with a shark Would you trust your important data to a shark It s time for the shark to set sail it s time for a friendly FreeNas a FreeNas you can trust A FreeNas with 8 arms who can reach all of your devices at once Sharks aren t harmless are arm less can t hold data without arms data in a sharks mouth could end up being eaten alive FreeNas Octopus Friendly ready and happy to help you Won t eat you or your data Has eight long arms to reach every device in your network Has cool suction cup tentacles to securely attach to your network hold your important data and keep it safe I think the answer is clear It s time for a change It s time for the FreeNas Octopus EDIT My image wasn t showing up when I looked at the forum on my phone just now I m not sure if I did it correctly the first time by adding it as an image link so I m also uploading it as an attachment View attachment 10108 Click to expand I strongly agree with the direction you are going but I think we need to take this one step farther The name FreeNAS seems old and stale It comes from a time when branding actually tried to give a person a glimpse at what a product actually does I think we need to go back to the drawing board with the brand Look what Microsoft did with Internet Explorer It is now Edge Therefore I propose rebranding the FreeNAS project as CUBE The design has an N for NAS and a Z for ZFS It will be a paradigm shifting game changer I believe the logo is particularly well suited for armbands How to configure CIFS permissions CIFS Tips and Tricks CIFS Home Directories in an AD Environment Tips for using Unix permissions on a samba share How to fix slow directory browsing in CIFS Editing CIFS permissions through the CLI anodos Jan 20 2016 109 Ericloewe likes this Offline Ericloewe not very passive but aggressive Member Since Feb 15 2014 Messages 1 058 Message Count 1 058 Likes Received 816 Trophy Points 113 Location Portugal Ericloewe Jan 20 2016 anodos said I strongly agree with the direction you are going but I think we need to take this one step farther The name FreeNAS seems old and stale It comes from a time when branding actually tried to give a person a glimpse at what a product actually does I think we need to go back to the drawing board with the brand Look what Microsoft did with Internet Explorer It is now Edge Therefore I propose rebranding the FreeNAS project as CUBE The design has an N for NAS and a Z for ZFS It will be a paradigm shifting game changer View attachment 10111 I believe the logo is particularly well suited for armbands Click to expand The marketing wank is strong in this one FreeNAS 9 3 Stable Supermicro X10SLM F with Intel Core i3 4330 and 2 8GB Crucial ECC

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  • FreeNAS Logo Design Contest | Page 7 | FreeNAS Community
    Messages 67 Message Count 67 Likes Received 7 Trophy Points 8 Location US rsquared Jan 20 2016 joeschmuck said Open Source LOL I don t think so I believe iXsystems thinks they own some of this software Click to expand From the OP azhang said What is FreeNAS Free as in free and open source and NAS as in network attached storage Click to expand rsquared Jan 20 2016 130 Offline Serge Stroobandt Member Since Jan 11 2016 Messages 4 Message Count 4 Likes Received 9 Trophy Points 3 Location Belgium Serge Stroobandt Jan 20 2016 anodos said Bonus points for creatively adding to photos but logo is very similar to some mysql logos View attachment 10127 Click to expand I agree with other commenters here that maintaining a clearly recognizable distinctive brand is very important Here is another recent lookalike Linux Depth OS http www linuxinsider com story Deepin Takes Linux to New Depths 82994 html One clearly wants to steer away from such rather common design motive Serge Stroobandt Jan 20 2016 131 Offline Allan E Registos Member Since Jan 12 2016 Messages 1 Message Count 1 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location Davao Philippines Allan E Registos Jan 20 2016 Creative brief The logo is an evolution of the previous and current FreeNAS logo The logo is much simplified and modern inspired by various technology companies I believe the logo should be identified with FreeNAS logo in order to remain consistent with previous designs and can be quickly identified with the FreeNAS brand Attached Files a freenas logo c png File size 23 2 KB Views 186 freenas logo k png File size 23 2 KB Views 185 freenas logo o png File size 23 2 KB Views 186 freenas logo pc png File size 23 2 KB Views 187 freenas logo r png File size 23 2 KB Views 187 Allan E Registos Jan 20 2016 132 Offline anodos Belly button Lint Extraordinaire Member Since Mar 6 2014 Messages 2 444 Message Count 2 444 Likes Received 400 Trophy Points 83 anodos Jan 21 2016 Tim Purvis said Our entry to the contest Our goal when designing this logo was to connect as much as possible with the iXsystems brand Using the same oval shape but flipping it horizontally Dividing the shape into 2 separate pieces is to represent the attached aspect of NAS storage The two elements within the oval are to represent a computer board The opposite colored circles are also to represent the connectivity to each half The font choice was to find a bold but simple font We have chose to reduce the kerning in the font to again show the connectivity with a NAS system Bolding the FREE was to accentuate the free aspect of the product and we also kept it in lower case to allow for the NAS as an acronym to stand out more Adding the message of OPEN SOURCE STORAGE was added to help convey the

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