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  • Sharing | FreeNAS Community
    26 2016 at 11 42 AM QUESTION Share same extent to multiple clients SteffanCline Jan 22 2016 Replies 9 Views 101 depasseg Jan 22 2016 QUESTION Remote Mapping a Share Network Drive IceboundMetal Jan 19 2016 Replies 3 Views 97 pirateghost Jan 22 2016 QUESTION iSCSI vs Samba CIFs Paul D Mallett Jan 16 2016 Replies 1 Views 66 Ericloewe Jan 16 2016 QUESTION How to delete a deleted user s home directory JoeB Oct 16 2014 Replies 3 Views 245 rk95 Dec 23 2015 QUESTION Can t copy to freenas drive lost permissions how to import drive with plex pcgumshoe Dec 15 2015 Replies 9 Views 95 SweetAndLow Dec 15 2015 QUESTION Are my Public Private CIFS shares setup correctly pcmofo Dec 8 2015 Replies 5 Views 103 pcmofo Dec 8 2015 QUESTION CIFS shares OS X Make shares searchable BlazeStar Dec 1 2015 Replies 4 Views 120 anodos Dec 3 2015 QUESTION CIFS Permissions and Linux STREBLO Nov 10 2015 2 Replies 35 Views 501 ChiknNutz Dec 2 2015 QUESTION How to hide CIFS user folders from other users ChiknNutz Dec 1 2015 Replies 4 Views 150 ChiknNutz Dec 2 2015 QUESTION Storage for MS Hyper V VM s GraKez Nov 15 2015 Replies 4 Views 182 cyberjock Dec 1 2015 QUESTION Samba information messages logged as Errors Brentnall Nov 23 2015 Replies 2 Views 92 Brentnall Nov 25 2015 QUESTION Using credentials to access an NFS share STREBLO Nov 17 2015 Replies 12 Views 184 solarisguy Nov 18 2015 QUESTION Copying permissions Fernando Suarez Ornani Oct 20 2015 Replies 1 Views 105 cyberjock Oct 22 2015 QUESTION Best share setup for Mac Windows use pcmofo Oct 19 2015 Replies 2 Views 330 pcmofo Oct 19 2015 QUESTION New Dataset in existing CIFS share w Snapshots xCatalystx Oct

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  • QUESTION - noob with Storage and Sharing issues | FreeNAS Community
    are duplicated either So the loss of storage has me baffled There is a storage pool for media which is intended to be shared with a media streaming device running Kodi I m not sure if I have that setup correctly it s part of the main volume storage pool called vault At the moment the Kodi device cannot see the NAS Windows 10 has no problems recognising the shares that have been created in fact it sees three shares not the two I created It s as if one of the users created is recognised as a share in Win10 Shares Users Windows network I ve read the documentation and spent hours trawling this and other forums I suspect there are compounding errors If anyone can give me some guidance that would be very much appreciated Rob Packer Jan 30 2016 at 2 49 PM 1 Offline pirateghost Unintelligible Geek Member Since Feb 29 2012 Messages 2 736 Message Count 2 736 Likes Received 310 Trophy Points 83 pirateghost Jan 30 2016 at 5 26 PM You have home directories enabled on your users pirateghost Jan 30 2016 at 5 26 PM 2 Offline Rob Packer Member Since Wednesday Messages 3 Message Count 3 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location Brisbane Rob Packer Jan 30 2016 at 10 36 PM Thanks pirateghost I hadn t noticed that Have changed the users and removed the Microsoft A C setting but nothing has changed Rob Packer Jan 30 2016 at 10 36 PM 3 Offline pirateghost Unintelligible Geek Member Since Feb 29 2012 Messages 2 736 Message Count 2 736 Likes Received 310 Trophy Points 83 pirateghost Jan 30 2016 at 11 55 PM Do you have snapshots enabled on any of the datasets or on the root volume That

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  • Sharing | FreeNAS Community
    Jan 24 2016 PROBLEM Datasets AFP shares and changing permissions at file folder level VictorR Jan 15 2016 Replies 8 Views 158 VictorR Jan 22 2016 PROBLEM Is AFP Support broken sirjorj Jan 19 2016 Replies 9 Views 162 sirjorj Jan 22 2016 PROBLEM Write speed 96MB second Read speed 63MB second NorCalTechSupport Mar 27 2015 Replies 11 Views 659 RichTJ99 Jan 20 2016 PROBLEM Intermittent NFS issues phekno Jan 17 2016 Replies 7 Views 101 dlavigne Jan 19 2016 PROBLEM AFP home shares not working Rasmus Bjeren Oct 30 2015 Replies 2 Views 132 VictorR Jan 16 2016 PROBLEM Very slow speed with CIFS share AMiGAmann Dec 9 2015 2 3 Replies 40 Views 712 SweetAndLow Jan 16 2016 PROBLEM Files In Use Notification Greyed Out in Finder ProjectMorris Jan 9 2016 Replies 8 Views 173 ProjectMorris Jan 16 2016 PROBLEM Need help on permissions aadje93 Jan 15 2016 Replies 5 Views 88 anodos Jan 15 2016 PROBLEM Can t connect to cifs share with ES File Explorer jde Jan 8 2016 Replies 2 Views 125 jde Jan 13 2016 PROBLEM Old Bug back again CIFS will not load ChristianW Jan 13 2016 Replies 2 Views 52 ChristianW Jan 13 2016 PROBLEM iSCSI share not found by ESXi 5 5 IT JOAT Jan 5 2016 Replies 3 Views 97 dlavigne Jan 12 2016 PROBLEM Cannot access shares on a Windows 10 system JlMiller Jan 6 2016 Replies 1 Views 89 anodos Jan 6 2016 PROBLEM FC write performance is fine read stuck at 200MB s 4GB FC fips Jan 2 2016 Replies 3 Views 104 fips Jan 3 2016 PROBLEM sharing folder read only kiril Jan 3 2016 Replies 1 Views 74 pirateghost Jan 3 2016 PROBLEM Backup Assist Connection RSYNC to NAS Dutch OnE Dec 30 2015 Replies

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  • PROBLEM - cant access CIFS share windows 7 x64 freeNAS 9.1.1 | FreeNAS Community
    Since Aug 29 2013 Messages 5 Message Count 5 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 stevem1986 Aug 29 2013 pirateghost said If all you want is guest access with no restrictions on permissions you most certainly do NOT need a user account Sent from my Galaxy Nexus Click to expand Thanks PirateGhost It turns out it was an issue caused by an installation of Cisco quickVPN across my machines causing some registry mischief stevem1986 Aug 29 2013 9 Offline zephyr Member Since Aug 29 2013 Messages 11 Message Count 11 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 zephyr Aug 29 2013 I have the same problem How to set access permissions to volumes so that other users can access CIFS shares zephyr Aug 29 2013 10 Offline Whattteva NAS ty with the FreeNAS Member Since Mar 5 2013 Messages 730 Message Count 730 Likes Received 30 Trophy Points 28 Occupation Software Engineer Whattteva Aug 30 2013 zephyr said I have the same problem How to set access permissions to volumes so that other users can access CIFS shares Click to expand It would depend on if you want user level access or just Guest access You have to give us more information about what you re trying to do than a simple 2 sentence question SuperMicro SuperServer SYS 5018D MF 1U LGA 1150 Intel C222 Express X10SLL F Intel Core i3 4160 Haswell 3 6 GHz 54 W Crucial 2 x 8 GB PC12800 ECC UDIMM 4 x 3 TB WD Red FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE 201503071634 Whattteva Aug 30 2013 11 Offline zephyr Member Since Aug 29 2013 Messages 11 Message Count 11 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 zephyr Aug 30 2013 Whattteva said It would depend on if you want user level access or just Guest access You have to give us more information about what you re trying to do than a simple 2 sentence question Click to expand Strange thing Yesterday the user level access will not work After rebooting the server now everything works as it should If the problem persists it will let you know zephyr Aug 30 2013 12 Offline Cosmin Petrisor Member Since Sep 1 2013 Messages 4 Message Count 4 Likes Received 2 Trophy Points 3 Cosmin Petrisor Sep 1 2013 Hi I also have the same problem I just created a new user named Cosmin the same name as the Windows Account Name with the same password in the wheel group same as root I created a new volume named data volume which is owned by root group wheel and a new dataset named Cosmin inside data volume dataset owned by Cosmin with the group wheel for both volume and dataset I gave permissions to the owner and the group for read write execute I created a new CIFS share for Windows with the name Cosmin and the path mnt data volume Cosmin the exact same path as the home directory for Cosmin user I tried to connect from the

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  • PROBLEM - cant access CIFS share windows 7 x64 freeNAS 9.1.1 | Page 2 | FreeNAS Community
    data from an AFP download it to a HDD and then reformat the volumes activate the CIFS share and reupload the data isaacalejandro Dec 18 2014 21 Offline funkihunter Member Since Wednesday Messages 12 Message Count 12 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Occupation IT Manager Location Denver CO funkihunter Jan 30 2016 at 12 12 PM Cosmin Petrisor said I just figured it out You must provide read and execute rights for all users on the hole path from the volume you created on freenas server all the way down to each and every dataset So tony should have read and execute on the volume put it in the group that owns the volume and also give him the right to execute the dataset Should work perfect Click to expand This needs to be more visible Especially the part about from the volume all the way down funkihunter Jan 30 2016 at 12 12 PM 22 You must log in or sign up to reply here Show Ignored Content Page 2 of 2 Prev 1 2 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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  • Impossible to back up on a CIFS sharing from Android | FreeNAS Community
    I even tried https forums freenas org index php threads cifs directory browsing slow try this 27751 Code text ea support no store dos attributes no map archive no map hidden no map readonly no map system no Really what is the problem with Samba and FreeNAS I thought it was quite mature I never had a problem with a native Windows 7 sharing or dealing with a Synology This erratic behaviour makes FreeNAS not an operational solution for me where almost all clients are Windows or Android devices I hope it is fixed soon since I love the idea of having ZFS Click to expand Samba in freenas is perfectly stable You probably just need to properly configure permissions Use system advanced save debug to generate a debug tarball and post it here 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 26 2016 at 2 56 AM 4 Offline darioml Member Since Oct 10 2015 Messages 20 Message Count 20 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location ES darioml Jan 26 2016 at 12 17 PM Hi Thank you for your interest I appreciate it I am attaching the debug tarball and the console in a txt I noticed something quite interesting If the Sweet Home app stays on foreground it gets stalled while uploading continues takes a small pause continues again and finally stops with a jcifs smb SmbException like the one I put in the first post But if I start uploading the photos and change to Twitter and begin to browse downwards or I watch a video while Sweet Home is on background the transfer does not stop So I bet that the Samba client of the application is too fast for the Samba Server of FreeNAS But before having this FreeNAS server I was uploading my photos with the same app to a folder shared in Windows 7 and a Synology without any problem and really fast Thanks again for studying this issue Attached Files a debug freenas 20160126210452 tgz File size 311 3 KB Views 0 Console txt File size 39 6 KB Views 0 darioml Jan 26 2016 at 12 17 PM 5 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 26 2016 at 12 34 PM Post the contents of etc local smb4 conf Additionally under services CIFS increase logging level to standard Then reproduce the problem While reproducing the problem run the command smbstatus and post the output here as well as var log samba4 log smbd Once you have done these steps reduce the logging level 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 26 2016 at 12 34 PM 6 Offline darioml Member Since Oct 10 2015 Messages 20 Message Count 20 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location ES darioml Jan 26 2016 at 12 45 PM Here is the usr local etc smb4 conf Code text global server max protocol SMB2 encrypt passwords yes dns proxy no strict locking no oplocks yes deadtime 15 max log size 51200 max open files 220079 load printers no printing bsd printcap name dev null disable spoolss yes getwd cache yes guest account nobody map to guest Bad User obey pam restrictions yes directory name cache size 0 kernel change notify no panic action usr local libexec samba samba backtrace nsupdate command usr local bin samba nsupdate g server string FreeNAS Server ea support yes store dos attributes yes lm announce yes time server yes acl allow execute always true acl check permissions true dos filemode yes multicast dns register yes domain logons no local master no idmap config backend tdb idmap config range 90000001 100000000 server role standalone netbios name FREENAS workgroup WORKGROUP security user pid directory var run samba create mask 0666 directory mask 0777 client ntlmv2 auth yes dos charset CP437 unix charset UTF 8 log level 1 ea support no store dos attributes no map archive no map hidden no map readonly no map system no BTSync path mnt vol1 BTSync printable no veto files snapshot windows mac zfs writeable yes browseable yes vfs objects zfs space zfsacl aio pthread streams xattr hide dot files yes guest ok no nfs4 mode special nfs4 acedup merge nfs4 chown true zfsacl acesort dontcare Backup path mnt vol1 Backup printable no veto files snapshot windows mac zfs writeable yes browseable yes vfs objects zfs space zfsacl aio pthread streams xattr hide dot files yes guest ok no nfs4 mode special nfs4 acedup merge nfs4 chown true zfsacl acesort dontcare Documents path mnt vol1 Documents printable no veto files snapshot windows mac zfs writeable yes browseable yes vfs objects zfs space zfsacl aio pthread streams xattr hide dot files yes guest ok no nfs4 mode special nfs4 acedup merge nfs4 chown true zfsacl acesort dontcare Pics path mnt vol1 Pics printable no veto files snapshot windows mac zfs writeable yes browseable yes vfs objects zfs space zfsacl aio pthread streams xattr hide dot files yes guest ok no nfs4 mode special nfs4 acedup merge nfs4 chown true zfsacl acesort dontcare prueba path mnt vol1 prueba printable no veto files snapshot windows mac zfs writeable yes browseable yes vfs objects zfs space zfsacl aio pthread streams xattr hide dot files yes guest ok no nfs4 mode special nfs4 acedup merge nfs4 chown true zfsacl acesort dontcare darioml Jan 26 2016 at 12 45 PM 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 Jan 26 2016 at 1 19 PM darioml said Here is the usr local etc smb4 conf Code text global server max protocol SMB2 encrypt passwords yes dns proxy no strict locking no oplocks yes deadtime 15 max log size 51200 max open files 220079 load printers no printing bsd printcap name dev null disable spoolss yes getwd cache yes guest account nobody map to guest Bad User obey pam restrictions yes directory name cache size 0 kernel change notify no panic action usr local libexec samba samba backtrace nsupdate command usr local bin samba nsupdate g server string FreeNAS Server ea support yes store dos attributes yes lm announce yes time server yes acl allow execute always true acl check permissions true dos filemode yes multicast dns register yes domain logons no local master no idmap config backend tdb idmap config range 90000001 100000000 server role standalone netbios name FREENAS workgroup WORKGROUP security user pid directory var run samba create mask 0666 directory mask 0777 client ntlmv2 auth yes dos charset CP437 unix charset UTF 8 log level 1 ea support no store dos attributes no map archive no map hidden no map readonly no map system no BTSync path mnt vol1 BTSync printable no veto files snapshot windows mac zfs writeable yes browseable yes vfs objects zfs space zfsacl aio pthread streams xattr hide dot files yes guest ok no nfs4 mode special nfs4 acedup merge nfs4 chown true zfsacl acesort dontcare Backup path mnt vol1 Backup printable no veto files snapshot windows mac zfs writeable yes browseable yes vfs objects zfs space zfsacl aio pthread streams xattr hide dot files yes guest ok no nfs4 mode special nfs4 acedup merge nfs4 chown true zfsacl acesort dontcare Documents path mnt vol1 Documents printable no veto files snapshot windows mac zfs writeable yes browseable yes vfs objects zfs space zfsacl aio pthread streams xattr hide dot files yes guest ok no nfs4 mode special nfs4 acedup merge nfs4 chown true zfsacl acesort dontcare Pics path mnt vol1 Pics printable no veto files snapshot windows mac zfs writeable yes browseable yes vfs objects zfs space zfsacl aio pthread streams xattr hide dot files yes guest ok no nfs4 mode special nfs4 acedup merge nfs4 chown true zfsacl acesort dontcare prueba path mnt vol1 prueba printable no veto files snapshot windows mac zfs writeable yes browseable yes vfs objects zfs space zfsacl aio pthread streams xattr hide dot files yes guest ok no nfs4 mode special nfs4 acedup merge nfs4 chown true zfsacl acesort dontcare Click to expand Under services CIFS increase logging level to standard Then reproduce the problem While reproducing the problem run the command smbstatus and post the output here as well as var log samba4 log smbd Once you have done these steps reduce the logging level 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 26 2016 at 1 19 PM 8 Offline darioml Member Since Oct 10 2015 Messages 20 Message Count 20 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location ES darioml Jan 26 2016 at 1 33 PM Hi Here is the output of smbstatus during the transfer and just after it was aborted Code text root freenas smbstatus Samba version 4 1 21 PID Username Group Machine 19540 mida family 192 168 0 164 ipv4 192 168 0 164 51016 19540 mida family 192 168 0 164 ipv4 192 168 0 164 51016 Service pid machine Connected at Backup 19540 192 168 0 164 Tue Jan 26 22 26 37 2016 Backup 19540 192 168 0 164 Tue Jan 26 22 26 41 2016 Registered MSG REQ POOL USAGE Registered MSG REQ DMALLOC MARK and LOG CHANGED Locked files Pid Uid DenyMode Access R W Oplock SharePath Name Time 19540 1001 DENY NONE 0x8b RDWR NONE mnt vol1 Backup MovilDario Camera IMG 20151222 094431 jpg tmp Tue Jan 26 22 26 57 2016 root freenas smbstatus Samba version 4 1 21 PID Username Group Machine Service pid machine Connected at Registered MSG REQ POOL USAGE Registered MSG REQ DMALLOC MARK and LOG CHANGED No locked files root freenas ls And the var log samba4 log smbd Thanks Attached Files a log smdb zip File size 12 7 KB Views 1 darioml Jan 26 2016 at 1 33 PM 9 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 26 2016 at 1 48 PM I use FolderSync like DrKK It works well Sweet Home should work assuming it follows proper CIFS protocol I will say that sending your backups over wifi is going to be slow and intermittent Wifi just kind of sucks and that s the way it is The good news is that if you set it to run at 2AM or whenever you sleep it should finish without problems I do my backups at 2AM for just this reason 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 26 2016 at 1 48 PM 10 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 26 2016 at 2 09 PM darioml said Hi Here is the output of smbstatus during the transfer and just after it was aborted Code text root freenas smbstatus Samba version 4 1 21 PID Username Group Machine 19540 mida family 192 168 0 164 ipv4 192 168 0 164 51016 19540 mida family 192 168 0 164 ipv4 192 168 0 164 51016 Service pid machine Connected at Backup 19540 192 168 0 164 Tue Jan 26 22 26 37 2016 Backup 19540 192 168 0 164 Tue Jan 26 22 26 41 2016 Registered MSG REQ POOL USAGE Registered MSG REQ DMALLOC MARK and LOG CHANGED Locked files Pid Uid DenyMode Access R W Oplock SharePath Name Time 19540 1001 DENY NONE 0x8b RDWR NONE mnt vol1 Backup MovilDario Camera IMG 20151222 094431 jpg tmp Tue Jan 26 22 26 57 2016 root freenas smbstatus Samba version 4 1 21 PID Username Group Machine Service pid machine Connected at Registered MSG REQ POOL USAGE Registered MSG REQ DMALLOC MARK and LOG CHANGED No locked files root freenas ls And the var log samba4 log smbd Thanks Click to expand It appears that permissions are set properly Your phone is authenticating using the correct credentials I think that your phone s smb client is buggy Perhaps use a different app log smbd doesn t give an indication where the foul up is happening If the problem persists increase logging level to full then post var log samba4 log smbd 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 26 2016 at 2 09 PM 11 Offline darioml Member Since Oct 10 2015 Messages 20 Message Count 20 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location ES darioml Jan 26 2016 at 3 09 PM Hi Here is the log smdb at Full The IMG 20151222 094431 was correctly uploaded The IMG 20151222 094506 failed The exception in the app was Code text IMG 20151222 094506 jpg FAILED jcifs smb SmbException Transport1 timedout waiting for response to SmbComWriteAndX command SMB COM WRITE ANDX received false errorCode 0 flags 0x0018 flags2 0C8803 signSeq 0 tid 26368 pid 15285 uid 7818 mid 5813 wordCount 14 byteCount 16575 andxCommand 0xFF andxOffset 0 fid 1026 offset 2851956 writeMode 0 remaining 15054 dataLength 16574 dataOffset 64 Attached Files a log smbd zip File size 153 1 KB Views 1 darioml Jan 26 2016 at 3 09 PM 12 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 26 2016 at 3 32 PM darioml said Hi Here is the log smdb at Full The IMG 20151222 094431 was correctly uploaded The IMG 20151222 094506 failed The exception in the app was Code text IMG 20151222 094506 jpg FAILED jcifs smb SmbException Transport1 timedout waiting for response to SmbComWriteAndX command SMB COM WRITE ANDX received false errorCode 0 flags 0x0018 flags2 0C8803 signSeq 0 tid 26368 pid 15285 uid 7818 mid 5813 wordCount 14 byteCount 16575 andxCommand 0xFF andxOffset 0 fid 1026 offset 2851956 writeMode 0 remaining 15054 dataLength 16574 dataOffset 64 Click to expand Out of curiousity try setting strict allocate yes as an auxiliary parameter for your backups share Does the CIFS client app let you adjust the timeout values If so increase the value It might be a combination of wireless connection and the realtek NIC you have in the server and whatever networking hardware you have in between The jcifs client seems to be issuing a ton of smbwritex commands almost simultaneously They might be overwhelming your server and causing timeouts Realtek NICs aren t well known for their performance under load but wireless can also be quite terrible There s lots of room for blame all around 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 26 2016 at 3 32 PM 13 Offline darioml Member Since Oct 10 2015 Messages 20 Message Count 20 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location ES darioml Jan 27 2016 at 11 56 AM Hi I have just tried with the strict allocate yes auxiliary parameter in the Backup sharing and it is the same It gets stalled from time to time until it finally stops I am attaching the log The LAN chip is the Realtek RTL8111GR I do not know how well it is supported in FreeNAS How often are the drivers updated Every major minor version or more often Well I will try uploading other family s photos with FolderSync and let s hope it works better Thanks Attached Files a log smbd zip File size 231 4 KB Views 1 darioml Jan 27 2016 at 11 56 AM 14 Offline pirateghost Unintelligible Geek Member Since Feb 29 2012 Messages 2 736 Message Count 2 736 Likes Received 310 Trophy Points 83 pirateghost Jan 27 2016 at 12 09 PM Realtek is absolutely horrible In every aspect pirateghost Jan 27 2016 at 12 09 PM 15 Bidule0hm 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 27 2016 at 1 15 PM darioml said Hi I have just tried with the strict allocate yes auxiliary parameter in the Backup sharing and it is the same It gets stalled from time to time until it finally stops I am attaching the log The LAN chip is the Realtek RTL8111GR I do not know how well it is supported in FreeNAS How often are the drivers updated Every major minor version or more often Well I will try uploading other family s photos with FolderSync and let s hope it works better Thanks Click to expand Remove the strict allocate yes parameter You can try increasing

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  • Impossible to back up on a CIFS sharing from Android | Page 2 | FreeNAS Community
    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 28 2016 at 8 20 AM 21 Offline darioml Member Since Oct 10 2015 Messages 20 Message Count 20 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location ES darioml Jan 28 2016 at 12 46 PM anodos said One other thing to try is plugging in your phone or turning off battery saver mode when doing the backup It might be android is doing something stupid to try to conserve battery power Your smb4 conf shows you wrote aio write size 1m As a diagnostic step I suggested aio write size 1 use aio for all writes greater than 1 Byte i e all writes Click to expand Sorry for the m I missed it Here is the log for aio write size 1 It is still bad It get stalled and stops Attached Files a log zip File size 114 4 KB Views 2 smb4 zip File size 1 KB Views 0 darioml Jan 28 2016 at 12 46 PM 22 Offline darioml Member Since Oct 10 2015 Messages 20 Message Count 20 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location ES darioml Jan 28 2016 at 1 36 PM anodos said That NIC will do fine If this doesn t help with the backup task try removing the streams xattr vfs object I d make sure the app is entirely stopped between each modification so that you don t end up with a stale session mucking things up Click to expand And this is the log last part after removing streams xattr I had still the aio write size 1 set It performs better I think although it stops

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  • PROBLEM - Cannot connect to 1 out of 2 CIFS shares | FreeNAS Community
    4416K Cache 3066M Free ARC 148M Total 40M MFU 97M MRU 48K Anon 1417K Header 8988K Other Swap 4096M Total 4096M Free LastRogue Dec 24 2015 5 Offline solarisguy FreeNAS Guru Member Since Apr 4 2014 Messages 1 092 Message Count 1 092 Likes Received 63 Trophy Points 48 solarisguy Dec 24 2015 Maybe stop CIFS make vfs objects line for media share like the one for share01 at first try doing that in the GUI start CIFS solarisguy Dec 24 2015 6 Offline LastRogue Member Since Dec 23 2015 Messages 6 Message Count 6 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location United States LastRogue Dec 24 2015 Okay I totally just fixed it Thanks to Anodos for pointing me to the smb4 conf Solarisguy you were on the right track there You posted just as I was replying here I noticed it was broken up and probably that the error was seeing r so as the last line of xattr having spaces in it I tried it through SSH first it just replaced the line again I added the same parameters through the GUI and it re formatted the line in the conf file I removed the paremeters and it matches share01 s vfs objects line Thanks for the help LastRogue Dec 24 2015 7 Offline solarisguy FreeNAS Guru Member Since Apr 4 2014 Messages 1 092 Message Count 1 092 Likes Received 63 Trophy Points 48 solarisguy Dec 24 2015 LastRogue are you saying that after you added parameters aio pthread and streams xattr in the GUI the corresponding entry in smb4 conf is mangled solarisguy Dec 24 2015 8 Offline LastRogue Member Since Dec 23 2015 Messages 6 Message Count 6 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location United States LastRogue Dec 24 2015 solarisguy said LastRogue are you saying that after you added parameters aio pthread and streams xattr in the GUI the corresponding entry in smb4 conf is mangled Click to expand They were there in the conf file and mangled every time I recreated the share from the first time all through the wiping the drive and re creating it I never added them prior to my last step in troubleshooting Looking through the GUI they were not actually present So I added them to the share in the GUI saved it and made sure the conf file was not mangled It looked fine so I removed those values through the GUI and saved it After removing the values again it matched share01 and was not mangled so to speak anymore LastRogue Dec 24 2015 9 Offline solarisguy FreeNAS Guru Member Since Apr 4 2014 Messages 1 092 Message Count 1 092 Likes Received 63 Trophy Points 48 solarisguy Dec 24 2015 Thank you I was just trying to understand where in FreeNAS the bug is Maybe someone will follow up and be able to recreate the condition on a test system as I think it warrants an investigation yes it could be due

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