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  • QUESTION - Which direction to go? Pre-Built or Self-Build? | Page 3 | FreeNAS Community
    while reading through the hardware recommendation topics that Kingston is a good brand for memory but because of the model numbers its like a game of hit and miss I m sure I also read about samsung being a pretty good make for server RAM What would you personally recommend me to check out Samuel Matthews Jan 29 2016 at 8 52 AM 46 Offline jgreco Resident Grinch Member Since May 29 2011 Messages 8 130 Message Count 8 130 Likes Received 1 274 Trophy Points 113 Location WHO 1 ville Unixland jgreco Jan 29 2016 at 8 53 AM As long as there s no reason to think that you would exceed 32GB of RAM it is a very sturdy well liked general purpose server board that is not only appropriate to FreeNAS but also VMware or Linux as well jgreco Jan 29 2016 at 8 53 AM 47 Offline Samuel Matthews Member Since Wednesday Messages 18 Message Count 18 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location Dudley United Kingdom Samuel Matthews Jan 29 2016 at 8 58 AM I won t be upgrading past the 32GB any time soon I have my 1U poweredge for my ESXi needs for now so i m safe there Now time for a CPU and RAM This has just caught my eyes while I was scrolling through eBay I ve been looking at getting an E3 1220 v2 for the CPU and they re going for around 140 on eBay UK Considering this price I feel that this little package is a nice bang for the buck Also the guy has got back to me regarding the SuperMicro X9SCM F O and 2x8GB RAM he said he would do all three pieces for 179 Now this is just the Mobo and 16gb RAM no cooler or CPU So would you sway me towards the deal linked in this comment The Memory in the link is Kingston 32GB 4 x 8GB 240 Pin DDR3 SDRAM ECC Unbuffered DDR3 1600 Server Memory Model KVR16E11K4 32 The datasheet is here There is also this I found here Would I struggle to mount this into a rack chassis later on down the line though would it only fit into a Dell rack mount chassis Obviously with the last solution I linked I would have to purchase extra RAM for it as 4gb isn t enough Just letting you know I would have to do that I ll be honest and admit that I think the first link is the better of the 3 here even though I would have a charge of 68 import fees EDIT Combined last 3 replies into this reply to make it more simple to understand Could a moderator please delete the following two comments made by myself as I can t delete them Samuel Matthews Jan 29 2016 at 8 58 AM 48 Offline Samuel Matthews Member Since Wednesday Messages 18 Message Count 18 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location

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  • QUESTION - Is my data out of sync? | FreeNAS Community
    why you aren t seeing any freed up space Delete the snapshots to reclaim the space Home System FreeNas 9 3 1 Stable Supermicro X10SLM F O Intel Xeon 1220 v3 16 GB 2 x 8 GB Crucial DDR3 1 35V ECC 5 x 3TB WD Red in RaidZ2 3 x 8GB Kingston Data Traveler 2 0 Boot Drives in three way mirror Seasonic SS 300ET 300W Generic ATX full tower case Work System FreeNas 9 3 1 Stable Supermicro X10SL7 F Intel Xeon 1220 v3 32 GB 4 x 8 GB Crucial DDR3 1 35V ECC 7 x 3TB WD Red in RaidZ3 1 x Intel S3510 80GB boot drive Seasonic SSR 550RM Fractal Design R5 jde Jan 29 2016 at 4 53 PM 2 Offline RichTJ99 FreeNAS Aware Member Since Sep 12 2013 Messages 185 Message Count 185 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 16 RichTJ99 Jan 29 2016 at 7 44 PM Great point How do i delete multiple snapshots I have 2000 of them can it be done without clicking on 2000 check boxes X10SL7 F Xeon E3 1231V3 32GB Crucial ECC Unbuffered DDR3 SeaSonic 650 PSU 6x 2TB drives 6x 6TB WD RED RichTJ99 Jan 29 2016 at 7 44 PM 3 Offline jde Newbie Member Since Aug 1 2015 Messages 57 Message Count 57 Likes Received 10 Trophy Points 8 Occupation Attorney Location Houston Texas USA jde Jan 29 2016 at 8 01 PM One option is to destroy the dataset This will also destroy all snapshots from that dataset If there s any data on the dataset that you want to keep you could copy it to another dataset before destroying the original dataset Another option from the Storage Snapshot menu is to filter the results to limit the displayed results to only the

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  • QUESTION - What will happen if during backup my RAM dies? | FreeNAS Community
    s Scripts to report SMART ZPool and UPS status HDD CPU T HDD identification and backup the config Mirfster Jan 29 2016 at 8 09 AM 6 Offline Arman Newbie Member Since Thursday Messages 41 Message Count 41 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 8 Location United Kingdom Arman Jan 29 2016 at 8 34 AM Mirfster said Yes you are fine with using Registered ECC if your motherboard only accepts that type All of my Servers have to use Registered ECC Dell PowerEdge C2100 FS12 TY There is a slight performance decrease in using Registered ECC but to be honest I don t have a comparable system running Unregistered ECC to benchmark against As far as I am aware the CPU does not differentiate between Registered or Unregistered that is handled by the memory controller on the Motherboard Please correct me if I am wrong So basically you want to ensure that the CPU and Motherboard support ECC As to if it is Registered or Unbuffered that is dependent on the Motherboard Memory Controller You can check Intel processor specs at http ark intel com Example of the i3 6100 CPU http ark intel com products 88181 Intel Core i3 6100TE Processor 4M Cache 2 70 GHz Click to expand Thanks for the info Are there any new motherboards you would recommend for building a high quality NAS Also do you have any ideas about my initial question What will happen if your ECC ram suddenly dies while you are making a backup or transferring files Will you lose corrupt all the data Since ZFS is really robust so I would have thought it would halt the processes safely when it detects an error and wait until the ram is replaced and the continue it s tasks Is that correct Arman Jan 29 2016 at 8 34 AM 7 Offline SweetAndLow FreeNAS Guru Member Since Nov 6 2013 Messages 2 127 Message Count 2 127 Likes Received 195 Trophy Points 63 Occupation Software Development Engineer SweetAndLow Jan 29 2016 at 8 54 AM If your RAM goes bad a single flipped bit will just be fixed without you knowing If something worse happens the system will halt and reboot In either case your data will be fine because it either got fixed or rebooted When buying hardware all motherboard tell you what CPUs will work and what memory will work If it s not on the motherboard list don t buy it A good motherboard to choose is anything by supermicro Build FreeNAS 9 2 1 9 RELEASE x64 Platform Intel R Xeon R CPU E3 1230 V3 3 3GHz Memory Crucial 1600Mhz 16301MB ECC CT2KIT102472BD160B Chassis Fractal Design Node 304 Disk WD Red 6x3TB Motherboard ASRock E3C226D2I UPS CP1000CPFLCD SweetAndLow Jan 29 2016 at 8 54 AM 8 Offline Arman Newbie Member Since Thursday Messages 41 Message Count 41 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 8 Location United Kingdom Arman Jan 29 2016 at 9 03 AM SweetAndLow said If your RAM goes bad a single flipped bit will just be fixed without you knowing If something worse happens the system will halt and reboot In either case your data will be fine because it either got fixed or rebooted When buying hardware all motherboard tell you what CPUs will work and what memory will work If it s not on the motherboard list don t buy it A good motherboard to choose is anything by supermicro Click to expand Thanks Arman Jan 29 2016 at 9 03 AM 9 Offline Arman Newbie Member Since Thursday Messages 41 Message Count 41 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 8 Location United Kingdom Arman Jan 29 2016 at 9 04 AM By the way can someone explain to me what SuperDOM is I see it on some motherboards but I cannot find any explanation for what it is online Arman Jan 29 2016 at 9 04 AM 10 Offline 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 29 2016 at 9 08 AM Arman said Are there any new motherboards you would recommend for building a high quality NAS Click to expand Will have to leave that to others to address since I run old school stuff However feel free to take a look at cyberjock s Hardware recommendations read this first which is linked in my signature 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 29 2016 at 9 08 AM 11 Arman likes this Offline 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 29 2016 at 9 09 AM Arman said By the way can someone explain to me what SuperDOM is Click to expand DOM Disk On Module Example http supermicro com products nfo SATADOM cfm 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 29 2016 at 9 09 AM 12 Offline danb35 FreeNAS Guru Member Since Aug 16 2011 Messages 2 558 Message Count 2 558 Likes Received 468 Trophy Points 83 Location GA USA danb35 Jan 29 2016 at 9 11 AM

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  • QUESTION - What will happen if during backup my RAM dies? | Page 2 | FreeNAS Community
    41 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 8 Location United Kingdom Arman Jan 29 2016 at 10 01 AM Mirfster said Great so if you took what you just stated and perhaps added an estimated budget then put all that in a new thread in the Help and Support Hardware forum I bet you will get tons of recommendations Lots of tech savvy contributors who love to show off their hardware expertise and enjoy the challenge of designing the best FreeNas system possible to meet budget constraints within reason of course Click to expand I ll go do that Thanks again Arman Jan 29 2016 at 10 01 AM 22 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 29 2016 at 1 12 PM Mirfster said the memory controller on the Motherboard Click to expand The memory controller is in the CPU 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 Jan 29 2016 at 1 12 PM 23 Offline 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 29 2016 at 1 41 PM Ericloewe said The memory controller is in the CPU Click to expand

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  • QUESTION - Flash X10SLL-F To IT mode? | FreeNAS Community
    about Ctrl C to see the LSI controller that didn t come up I don t think this board has the LSI controller to flash to IT mode It dosn t have the SAS ports liek the SL7 so that would make sense My question is Do I have to do anything to this bios wise before I install FreeNAS Do I assume that the regular SATA ports can be properly accessed by FreeNAS as is Thanks Kirk kirkdickinson Jan 29 2016 at 10 55 AM 1 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 Jan 29 2016 at 11 11 AM There is no controller on that board to flash Plug your drives in and install FreeNAS 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 Jan 29 2016 at 11 11 AM 2 Offline kirkdickinson Newbie Member Since Jun 29 2015 Messages 57 Message Count 57 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 6 Location Barnesville Ohio USA Home Page http www texaslonghorn com main cfm kirkdickinson Jan 29 2016 at 11 47 AM OK that is what I was thinking But just thought I would verify Cool New FreeNAS box going be just for all our movies Pricey way for the kids to watch Barbie Princess but is gonna be cool Only going to do ZFS 1 because I will have all the files backed up to my other FreeNAS which is bigger and ZFS 2 kirkdickinson Jan 29 2016 at 11 47 AM 3 You must log in or

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  • New to FreeNAS? | FreeNAS Community
    19 2016 Replies 7 Views 215 pirateghost Jan 25 2016 at 5 18 PM SOLVED Data for UPS is stale bloomo May 14 2014 2 3 4 Replies 79 Views 5 284 enemy85 Jan 22 2016 SOLVED FreeNAS as Domain Controller can t create GPO Unimatrix01 Sep 27 2015 Replies 9 Views 487 styne666 Jan 21 2016 SOLVED Standard Jail Template Errors Pseudolife Jan 13 2016 Replies 2 Views 107 Pseudolife Jan 14 2016 SOLVED freenas as a samba client Zach Underwood Jan 12 2016 Replies 14 Views 204 anodos Jan 13 2016 SOLVED Trouble with root user ChristianW Dec 17 2015 Replies 7 Views 223 ChristianW Jan 13 2016 SOLVED How to run VirtualBox inside FreeNAS Bostjan Dec 31 2015 Replies 5 Views 250 danb35 Jan 10 2016 SOLVED AFP issue AdrianWilliamson Dec 24 2014 Replies 16 Views 1 842 jmas Jan 7 2016 SOLVED Transmission GUI missing fields BlackHeart Jan 4 2016 Replies 6 Views 133 BlackHeart Jan 7 2016 SOLVED Very slow CIFS file transfers N00B IN N33D Jan 5 2016 Replies 2 Views 171 N00B IN N33D Jan 6 2016 SOLVED Disk Going Bad nello Jan 3 2016 Replies 10 Views 171 joeschmuck Jan 3 2016 SOLVED Can NOT Stop Jail nello Jan 1 2016 Replies 6 Views 121 joeschmuck Jan 3 2016 SOLVED Is it possible to get Freenas 9 3 user guide in pdf format Muku Jan 2 2016 Replies 3 Views 92 Muku Jan 2 2016 SOLVED Mixing SATA port speeds Vin Propane Dec 29 2015 Replies 3 Views 86 jgreco Dec 30 2015 SOLVED my new build sugestions welcomed new questions specifically hard drive burn in Mega Man Jun 29 2015 2 Replies 29 Views 1 238 Mega Man Dec 24 2015 SOLVED Checksum errors Degraded Pool too many errors Varun Chugh

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  • SOLVED - Install FreeNAS without any LDAP / NIS / NT4 / Active Directory services or controllers? | FreeNAS Community
    t have any in my network I just expect Samba network shares from my NAS I m happy to create one or two user accounts for that to work Any advice I googled but couldn t find anything Like I MUST use directory services s Peace Devnullius devnullius Jan 28 2016 at 2 09 PM 1 Offline dlavigne FreeNAS Core Team Member Since May 24 2011 Messages 4 989 Message Count 4 989 Likes Received 247 Trophy Points 63 dlavigne Jan 28 2016 at 2 12 PM Like I MUST use directory services Click to expand Nope just follow the instructions in http doc freenas org 9 3 freenas quick html initial configuration wizard see text under Figure 3 1d dlavigne Jan 28 2016 at 2 12 PM 2 devnullius likes this Offline devnullius Member Since Dec 9 2015 Messages 11 Message Count 11 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location Oaksterdam devnullius Jan 28 2016 at 2 39 PM Ah I think I get it now In Chrome information was missing when I pressed some of the options With Internet Explorer I get all I need including volume manager Now with the wizard I can easily press next and skip Directory Services indeed I couldn t press next with Chrome therefore the initial confusion Thanks Post edit thanks for the link Another post edit turns out on the left there s Services and it looks like I can enable Directory Services for FreeNAS itself so FreeNAS will be the AD Would be nice I ll play with it on a later date devnullius Jan 28 2016 at 2 39 PM 3 You must log in or sign up to reply here Show Ignored Content Share This Page Tweet Your name or email address Do you already have an account

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  • SOLVED - CrashPlan Plugin Won't Start | FreeNAS Community
    somehow there s been upgrade from CrashPlan 3 6 3 to 3 6 4 and again the run conf retrograded to an old incorrect version Version FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE Processor AMD A6 3500 APU with Radeon tm HD Graphics Motherboard ASUS F1A75 M PRO R2 0 FM1 with 32GB RAM Intel Pro 1000 CT NIC Storage Six 6 WD Red 3TB NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 nello Oct 22 2014 6 Offline nello FreeNAS Aware Member Since Dec 30 2012 Messages 234 Message Count 234 Likes Received 12 Trophy Points 18 Occupation House Elf Location Chicago Home Page http www octobergroup com home nello Oct 22 2014 I updated this file usr pbi crashplan amd64 share crashplan bin run conf And added the following as documented in CrashPlan 3 6 3 SRV JAVA OPTS Added as first parameter Djava nio channels spi SelectorProvider sun nio ch PollSelectorProvider GUI JAVA OPTS Added as first parameter Djava nio channels spi SelectorProvider sun nio ch PollSelectorProvider Then I rebooted CrashPlan Plugin now starts without errors Version FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE Processor AMD A6 3500 APU with Radeon tm HD Graphics Motherboard ASUS F1A75 M PRO R2 0 FM1 with 32GB RAM Intel Pro 1000 CT NIC Storage Six 6 WD Red 3TB NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 nello Oct 22 2014 7 Xelas Rastan Cadal and 1 other person like this Offline James Random Member Since Jun 22 2014 Messages 7 Message Count 7 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location Bristol UK James Random Oct 23 2014 Thank you Thank you I just received an email from Crashplan saying that no backups had been made for 3 days Checked the logs and found that it had been updated automatically and refused to start since then Have been browsing the forums for a while to try and find the fix Adding those options in run conf seems to have fixed it Version FreeNAS 9 2 1 8 RELEASE x64 e625626 Motherboard Supermicro MBD X9SCM F O CPU Intel BX80637G2020 Pentium G2020 Dual Core CPU 2 90GHz HDD 4 x WD10JFCX RED 1TB 2 5in Memory 2 x Kingston 16GB 1333MHz DDR3 ECC CL9 James Random Oct 23 2014 8 Offline joerawr Member Since Sep 14 2014 Messages 8 Message Count 8 Likes Received 2 Trophy Points 3 joerawr Oct 24 2014 nello said I updated this file usr pbi crashplan amd64 share crashplan bin run conf And added the following as documented in CrashPlan 3 6 3 SRV JAVA OPTS Added as first parameter Djava nio channels spi SelectorProvider sun nio ch PollSelectorProvider GUI JAVA OPTS Added as first parameter Djava nio channels spi SelectorProvider sun nio ch PollSelectorProvider Then I rebooted CrashPlan Plugin now starts without errors Click to expand Thank Nello That was the fix for me too same issue no backups for 4 days and the plugin wouldn t start I ll add for those having similar issue Open the crashplan jail click the shell button and then you can navigate to the usr pbi crashplan amd64 share crashplan bin run conf file Home Fujitsu MX130 S2 16GB ECC Intel Pro 1000 quad NIC 6x3TB RaidZ2 mix of Reds Greens and Samsungs w a Cooler Master 4 disk drive cage 7th disk Hot swap bay for backups connected to a Syba sata card Work 2 Oracle ZS3 02 each with 256GB ram 1 8TB SSD l2ARC 120GB striped SSD ZIL 16TB Mirrored pool of 900GB 300GB 10ks and 66TB mirrored pool of 4TB 7 2Ks joerawr Oct 24 2014 9 Offline Derek Dysart Member Since Jun 30 2014 Messages 8 Message Count 8 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Derek Dysart Oct 24 2014 I ve updated the run conf and it seems to be start but if I tail the engine output log it seems like the service is in a loop of starting running for maybe 90 seconds then stopping and starting This would be consistent with the client app just exiting every so often Java HotSpot TM Client VM warning Can t detect initial thread stack location find vma failed 10 24 14 14 45 58 098 INFO main root Locale changed to English 10 24 14 14 45 58 098 INFO main root 10 24 14 14 45 58 098 INFO main root 10 24 14 14 45 58 099 INFO main root STARTED CrashPlanService 10 24 14 14 45 58 099 INFO main root CPVERSION 3 6 4 1388642400364 2014 01 02T06 00 00 364 0000 10 24 14 14 45 58 099 INFO main root LOCALE English 10 24 14 14 45 58 100 INFO main root ARGS 10 24 14 14 45 58 100 INFO main root 10 24 14 14 45 58 175 INFO main root Adding shutdown hook 10 24 14 14 45 58 180 INFO main root BEGIN Loading Configuration 10 24 14 14 45 58 208 INFO main root BEGIN Copy Custom 10 24 14 14 45 58 208 INFO main root Directories Custom custom usr pbi crashplan amd64 share crashplan conf Custom usr pbi crashplan amd64 share crashplan conf custom 10 24 14 14 45 58 208 INFO main root NOT waiting for custom skin to appear 10 24 14 14 45 58 208 INFO main root NO customizations found 10 24 14 14 45 58 208 INFO main root END Copy Custom 10 24 14 14 45 58 211 INFO main root Loading from default usr pbi crashplan amd64 share crashplan conf default service xml 10 24 14 14 45 58 265 INFO main root Loading from my xml file conf my service xml 10 24 14 14 45 58 346 INFO main root Loading ServiceConfig newInstall false version 6 configDateMs 1413605356354 installVersion 1388556100363 10 24 14 14 45 58 347 INFO main root OS Linux 10 24 14 14 45 58 525 INFO main root AuthorityLocation 7016932 location central crashplan com 443 hideAddress false 10 24 14 14 45 58 528 INFO main root Checking Java memory

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