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  • Upgrading to 10 | FreeNAS Community
    closer to RELEASE dlavigne Oct 30 2015 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 is Forgot your password Stay logged in FreeNAS Community Home Forums Documentation 10 x Documentation Download Latest 9 3

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  • Hardware Requirements | FreeNAS Community
    operating system and two boot environments Since each update creates a boot environment consider using a larger boot device or deleting older boot environments once you are sure that a boot environment is no longer needed when using a USB stick it is recommended to use a name brand USB stick as ZFS will quickly find errors on cheap not well made sticks when using a USB stick USB 3 0 support is disabled by default as it currently is not compatible with some hardware including Haswell Lynx point chipsets If you receive a failed with error 19 message when trying to boot FreeNAS make sure that xHCI USB3 is disabled in the system BIOS While this will downclock the USB ports to 2 0 the bootup and shutdown times will not be significantly different if a reliable boot disk is required use two identical devices and select them both during the installation Doing so will create a mirrored boot device Storage Disks and Controllers The Disk section of the FreeBSD Hardware List lists the supported disk controllers FreeNAS supports hot pluggable drives To use this feature make sure that AHCI is enabled in the BIOS If you need reliable disk alerting and immediate reporting of a failed drive use an HBA such as an Avago MegaRAID controller or a 3Ware twa compatible controller Suggestions for testing disks before adding them to a RAID array can be found in this forum post This article provides a good overview of hard drives which are well suited for a NAS If you have some money to spend and wish to optimize your disk subsystem consider your read write needs your budget and your RAID requirements If you have steady non contiguous writes use disks with low seek times Examples are 10K or 15K SAS drives which cost about 1 GB An example configuration would be six 600 GB 15K SAS drives in a RAID 10 which would yield 1 8 TB of usable space or eight 600 GB 15K SAS drives in a RAID 10 which would yield 2 4 TB of usable space 7200 RPM SATA disks are designed for single user sequential I O and are not a good choice for multi user writes If you have the budget and high performance is a key requirement consider a Fusion I O card which is optimized for massive random access These cards are expensive and are suited for high end systems that demand performance A Fusion I O card can be formatted with a filesystem and used as direct storage when used this way it does not have the write issues typically associated with a flash device A Fusion I O card can also be used as a cache device when your ZFS dataset size is bigger than your RAM Due to the increased throughput systems running these cards typically use multiple 10 GigE network interfaces If you will be using ZFS Disk Space Requirements for ZFS Storage Pools recommends a

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  • 9.3.x Documentation | FreeNAS Community
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  • 9.3.x User Guide | FreeNAS Community
    that the 9 3 x Guide is updated as software updates SUs become available If a screenshot in the Guide does not match the GUI verify that you are updated to the latest SU in System Update dlavigne Oct 28 2015 1 Gautam Das likes this You must log in or sign up to reply here Show Ignored Content Thread Status Not open for further replies Share This Page Tweet

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  • "Table 10.4b: Available VFS Modules" is missing some parameters | FreeNAS Community
    FreeNAS Core Team Member Since May 24 2011 Messages 4 989 Message Count 4 989 Likes Received 247 Trophy Points 63 dlavigne Nov 9 2015 Figures I ll see if I can find anyone who knows dlavigne Nov 9 2015 7 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 Nov 9 2015 solarisguy said Thank you BTW it was lack of description for zfs space that prompted my post here Click to expand dlavigne correct me if I m wrong vfs dfs space I believe zfs space is a vfs module that a freenas dev wrote to get the free space to show up right in CIFS clients See commit here https github com freenas freenas commit f27b6d416017cc0131ea348b6ced1db4e3e25331 When you re asking for documenation can you get some for winacl as well vfs dfs samba4 This is not well documented there is no manpage for it in the samba source code Another way of viewing it is that the source code is the manpage how s that for a streamlined process It is related to setting up DFS and may be enabled silently by default when samba is configured as an AD DC For more information see here https wiki samba org index php DFS vfs fake perms VFS module was created to allow Roaming Profile files and directories to be set on the Samba server under UNIX as read only This module will if installed on the Profiles share report to the client that the Profile files and directories are writeable This satisfies the client even though the files will never be overwritten as the client logs out or shuts down vfs skel opaque and vfs skel transparent The skeleton VFS modules simply pass all requests back to the disk functions i e it operates as a passthorugh filter They are used for VFS development and should probably not be exposed in the FreeNAS GUI Edited to add the following from the samba source source3 param loadparm c Code text static void init locals void We run this check once the globals is parsed to force the VFS objects and other per share settings we need for the standard way a AD DC is operated We may change these as our code evolves which is why we force these settings We can t do this at the end of lp load ex as by that point the services have been loaded and they will already have as their vfs objects if lp server role ROLE ACTIVE DIRECTORY DC const char vfs objects lp vfs objects 1 if vfs objects vfs objects 0 if lp parm const string 1 xattr tdb file NULL lp do parameter 1 vfs objects dfs samba4 acl xattr xattr tdb else if lp parm const string 1 posix eadb NULL lp do parameter 1 vfs objects dfs samba4 acl xattr posix eadb else lp do parameter 1 vfs

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  • Archived Documentation (FreeNAS 9.2.x and lower) | FreeNAS Community
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  • Archived Guides | FreeNAS Community
    archived version of the User Guide which matches the FreeNAS software version NOTE archived versions of FreeNAS are considered to be EOL d and unsupported dlavigne Oct 28 2015 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

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  • ZFS Documentation | FreeNAS Community
    replies Number of views First message likes Order threads in Descending order Ascending order Loading You must log in or sign up to post here Show Ignored Content Your name or email address Do you already have an account No create an account now Yes my password is Forgot your password Stay logged in FreeNAS Community Home Forums Documentation Download Latest 9 3 1 STABLE Home Forums Forums Quick Links

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