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  • Installation | FreeNAS Community
    Replies 47 Views 531 jgreco Nov 17 2015 PROBLEM This is driving me nuts KDB enter panic AvalonUser Jul 16 2015 2 3 Replies 47 Views 871 AvalonUser Sep 5 2015 Import Volumes lyle Jul 30 2013 2 3 Replies 45 Views 5 358 lyle Aug 30 2013 Locked USB stick corrupt Trouble Importing Replacing Disk SOLVED shackrock Apr 10 2012 2 3 Replies 41 Views 6 848 ProtoSD Apr 19 2012 I can t see USB drive in the setup guillaumesoucy Nov 15 2014 2 Replies 39 Views 1 825 gpsguy Jan 29 2016 at 8 36 PM QUESTION Help with virtualize FreeNAS inside VMware ESXi 6 in a DELL 13G server Jimm Chen Jul 5 2015 2 Replies 38 Views 1 562 jgreco Oct 24 2015 PROBLEM Install of FreeNAS 9 2 0 stuck in reboot loop EricKerby Dec 27 2013 2 Replies 38 Views 5 906 ZarK Oct 5 2014 PROBLEM ZFS pool not available after upgrade from 8 3 1 to 9 1 beta vdb Jul 12 2013 2 Replies 36 Views 7 684 hidden72 Jul 24 2013 PROBLEM Installing FreeNAS To A USB Thumbdrive Arvo Bowen Apr 4 2014 2 Replies 34 Views 4 021 cyberjock May 7 2014 PROBLEM FreeNAS 9 3 freezes Dell PC in BIOS stage kai80 Dec 15 2014 2 Replies 33 Views 3 200 SneakiCow Sep 29 2015 QUESTION Installing EMACS David Dyer Bennet Dec 23 2015 2 Replies 32 Views 330 David Dyer Bennet Dec 24 2015 SOLVED System does not load FreeNas from USB drive Benxas Jun 22 2013 2 Replies 32 Views 28 005 liukuohao Jun 29 2013 QUESTION Install in parallel with Windows Gorbush Oct 10 2015 2 Replies 31 Views 375 Nick2253 Oct 12 2015 Upgrade or NEW install BigDave Sep 13 2014 2 Replies

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  • Installation | FreeNAS Community
    330 dreamingfox Aug 6 2013 SOLVED System does not load FreeNas from USB drive Benxas Jun 22 2013 2 Replies 32 Views 28 005 liukuohao Jun 29 2013 How to create a FreeNAS USB Installer donniezazen Feb 28 2012 Replies 5 Views 26 898 donniezazen Feb 29 2012 Freenas Root Filesystem Read Only mrwillz Aug 5 2011 Replies 11 Views 21 238 ProtoSD Sep 13 2011 SMB problem after upgrade from 8 3 1 to 9 1 1 crisman Sep 6 2013 Replies 9 Views 18 155 hansmuff Apr 9 2015 CPU Doesn t Support Long Mode derekvw May 8 2012 Replies 7 Views 15 846 derekvw May 9 2012 FreeNAS in Hyper V Azukay Aug 30 2012 Replies 5 Views 10 372 benedictlimcw Oct 31 2012 Locked Install FreeNAS from USB to HDD Kevin Maschke Nov 16 2011 Replies 0 Views 10 018 Kevin Maschke Nov 16 2011 Download Old Versions 8 3 1 NetAdmin08 Jan 7 2014 Replies 3 Views 9 234 Aaron C de Bruyn Jan 9 2014 FreeNAS 8 3 0 root mount error gmisc Dec 11 2012 Replies 5 Views 8 578 MaLaCoiD Sep 23 2014 FreeNAS in a xen domU Hi Liter Nov 21 2011 Replies 13 Views 8 527 noprobs Aug 31 2012 SOLVED 9 3 alpha and lsi 9211 8i firmware driver mismatch FreeNasNewbie Sep 22 2014 2 3 Replies 51 Views 8 001 wtfuar Sep 8 2015 PROBLEM USB boots ok but no option to install on HDD scenge Jun 13 2013 Replies 3 Views 7 905 coatmaker618 Jul 28 2013 PROBLEM ZFS pool not available after upgrade from 8 3 1 to 9 1 beta vdb Jul 12 2013 2 Replies 36 Views 7 684 hidden72 Jul 24 2013 error You must configure your network interface and a default gateway

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  • Installation | FreeNAS Community
    Freenas Adam96 Jul 27 2011 Replies 5 Views 1 821 ProtoSD Jul 27 2011 How to install Adam96 Jul 27 2011 Replies 2 Views 1 101 marcusmarcus Jul 28 2011 Cannot install in Oracle Virtualbox ranger cole Jul 22 2011 Replies 9 Views 1 663 matthewowen01 Jul 28 2011 Installation And swap from previous installation sympton Aug 1 2011 Replies 1 Views 683 sympton Aug 1 2011 FreeNAS 8 0 install Eror texastan1 Aug 1 2011 Replies 4 Views 1 387 texastan1 Aug 1 2011 pkg add r sympton Aug 1 2011 Replies 6 Views 3 908 ProtoSD Aug 1 2011 Freenas appliance recovery problem Apricus Aug 4 2011 Replies 2 Views 1 770 Apricus Aug 4 2011 Freenas 8 Web gui Gray out when I try to add new anything lamarw Aug 6 2011 Replies 8 Views 1 907 lamarw Aug 7 2011 acd0 failure READ BIG Illegal Request HELP porjoe Aug 10 2011 Replies 0 Views 1 066 porjoe Aug 10 2011 FreeNAS doesn t show SCSI Disks r schweiger Aug 11 2011 Replies 4 Views 4 937 r schweiger Aug 11 2011 Is Freenas right for me I want to run some other applications on the same box asktoby Aug 11 2011 Replies 1 Views 1 090 ProtoSD Aug 11 2011 Problem with booting from CF card after successful installation zyto45 Aug 12 2011 Replies 0 Views 917 zyto45 Aug 12 2011 Need help in NYC Willing to pay for it ogregev Aug 11 2011 Replies 2 Views 764 ogregev Aug 12 2011 How to use translations jobdiogenes Aug 12 2011 Replies 1 Views 616 William Grzybowski Aug 15 2011 Trouble installing v8 DMA Limited to UDMA33 looping twforeman Aug 8 2011 Replies 2 Views 1 084 donny0612 Aug 15 2011 Showing threads 1 to 20 of

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  • Installation | FreeNAS Community
    a hot spare MMacD Jan 18 2016 Replies 4 Views 69 MMacD Jan 18 2016 SOLVED SHA256 hash doesn t verify on STABLE MMacD Jan 16 2016 Replies 7 Views 85 MMacD Jan 18 2016 SOLVED 30GB IDE disk too small for install as boot solved zemlin Jan 9 2016 Replies 14 Views 204 joeschmuck Jan 9 2016 SOLVED Mouse issue installing FreeNAS in Virtualbox for test practice Acidtest Jan 6 2016 Replies 13 Views 186 jgreco Jan 7 2016 SOLVED Is it normal for the wizard to create a volume with only 3 4 disks AgedReason Dec 29 2015 2 3 4 5 Replies 86 Views 988 AgedReason Jan 4 2016 SOLVED Test Email No Luck BKK Aug 30 2014 Replies 8 Views 885 Raiz Dec 28 2015 SOLVED Changing root or admin password David Dyer Bennet Dec 7 2015 Replies 5 Views 252 cyberjock Dec 22 2015 SOLVED FreeNAS Upgrade for Backup USB Drive Faluzure Dec 4 2014 Replies 19 Views 2 135 Robert Trevellyan Dec 15 2015 SOLVED Mounting Failed with Error 19 Savell Martin Jul 4 2013 4 5 6 7 8 Replies 144 Views 76 116 DearestDreamer Dec 13 2015 SOLVED Can t connect to CIFS share David Dyer Bennet Dec 9 2015 Replies 9 Views 136 David Dyer Bennet Dec 11 2015 SOLVED 7TB missing David Dyer Bennet Dec 7 2015 Replies 14 Views 249 David Dyer Bennet Dec 8 2015 SOLVED More USB install confusion David Dyer Bennet Dec 5 2015 Replies 7 Views 251 Robert Trevellyan Dec 7 2015 SOLVED Add Volume button doesn t do anything RoadHazard Dec 4 2015 Replies 14 Views 173 RoadHazard Dec 5 2015 SOLVED How to uninstall a software shant Nov 21 2015 Replies 6 Views 144 Robert Trevellyan Nov 21 2015 SOLVED Mount error 19

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  • SOLVED - headless install, no kb, no mon, only serial - how? | FreeNAS Community
    I m not sure that this works but try it Install on other PC that have monitor keyboard Enable use serial console see manual here http www freenas org images resources freenas8 0 3 freenas8 0 3 guide html point 4 2b shutdown insert USB key on headless PC perhaps can boot and works if dosen t boot at least do not lose anything FreeNAS x64 full 8 GB AMD Athlon II X4 550 4xHD203WI 2T on RaidZ1 6xHD103UJ 1TB on RaidZ1 on LSI SAS3081E R 8 Port Board ASUS M3N WS http www asus com product aspx P ID 7gfWeKeA2oofkHP5 see https sourceforge net apps phpbb freenas viewtopic php f 93 t 5768 raulfg3 Jun 15 2012 6 Offline deltona Member Since Jun 14 2012 Messages 7 Message Count 7 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 3 deltona Jun 15 2012 Thanks that seems to have worked What i did was boot the USB on my desktop then opened the DHCP address i got in FreeNAS in a browser on my laptop From there i went into Settings Advanced and checked Use Serial Console I then shutdown the desktop from withing FreeNas web console took out the USB plugged it into the server and booted it At first it didn t seem to work but then i thought FreeNas may be using another serial console speed maybe 9600 instead of the default 115200 configured on the console Well i then closed the putty session started a new one with 9600 speed and i can now see the Console Setup However there is not install option in there It s all conf parameters for 1 Configure Network Interfaces 2 Configure Link Aggregation 3 Create VLAN Interface 4 Configure Default Route 5 Configure Static Route 6 Configure DNS 7 Reset WebGUI login credentials 8 Reset to factory defaults 9 Shell 10 Reboot 11 Shutdown The previous menu i saw earlier before enabling serial console allowed me to see another menu one that displayed installation options I can t seem to get that one back Anyway thanks for the super tip it got one step closer to getting FreeNas installed on a system that was going to be trashed All i need now is to figure out how to install not run to local disk using shell and also changing the serial console speed to be the same as the server port If i manage to get these two right then i could put some out of service servers to good use deltona Jun 15 2012 7 Offline William Grzybowski FreeNAS Guru Member Since May 27 2011 Messages 1 666 Message Count 1 666 Likes Received 23 Trophy Points 38 Location Curitiba Brazil William Grzybowski Jun 15 2012 You don t install freenas it is just decompress the image on a bootable disk and start using it kind of thing The partition tables are pre defined William Grzybowski Jun 15 2012 8 Offline deltona Member Since Jun 14 2012 Messages 7 Message Count

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  • SOLVED - Install doesn't work, screenshot attached | FreeNAS Community
    k a admitting you re trying to run FreeNAS on 2GB of non ECC RAM ZFS Primer by dlavine doc freenas org current and legacy versions of FreeNAS Manuals Manual in PDF format by gpsguy ZFS Drive Size and Cost Comparison Spreadsheet by diedrichg Hardware Recommendations by cyberjock Slideshow explaining VDev zpool ZIL and L2ARC for noobs by cyberjock The FAQ Thread by Bidule0hm Terminology and Abbreviations Primer by jgreco ECC vs non ECC RAM and ZFS by cyberjock How to Configure Share Permissions by anodos SpoilerTarget Show My System Specs MBD X9SCM F motherboard Xeon E3 1230 V2 cpu Crucial DDR3 1600 ECC 16GB memory Intel X520 DA1 10Gb NIC M1015 Flashed IT with FW P20 HBA 6 WD Red 3TB in RAIDz2 vDev 1 Intel X25 E 32GB SSD boot device FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE BigDave Jan 28 2016 at 6 42 PM 2 Offline Vidaeus Member Since Thursday Messages 6 Message Count 6 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 3 Location Australia Vidaeus Jan 28 2016 at 6 45 PM OK I will try again when I get a chance However that is exactly where I got the ISO from before it is super slow for some reason on my connection I haven t tried verifying the hash though will try And yes I used Rufus to do the USB boot drive And yes I have been using USB 2 0 Vidaeus Jan 28 2016 at 6 45 PM 3 Offline BigDave FreeNAS Guru Member Since Oct 6 2013 Messages 978 Message Count 978 Likes Received 138 Trophy Points 43 Occupation Cocurricular Participant geek in training Location North Texas USA BigDave Jan 28 2016 at 7 23 PM Sorry it s so slow for you I tried looking around for a Aussie based mirror but had no luck finding anything If the speed of the connection prevents a good download for the price of the stick and the mailing I ll burn one for you and send it off If you start with 4 drives in RAIDZ2 your pool will be able to survive the failure of any 2 drives without data loss and the ZFS police will give you a pony Robert Trevellyan SpoilerTarget Show Useful Links Forum Rules a k a admitting you re trying to run FreeNAS on 2GB of non ECC RAM ZFS Primer by dlavine doc freenas org current and legacy versions of FreeNAS Manuals Manual in PDF format by gpsguy ZFS Drive Size and Cost Comparison Spreadsheet by diedrichg Hardware Recommendations by cyberjock Slideshow explaining VDev zpool ZIL and L2ARC for noobs by cyberjock The FAQ Thread by Bidule0hm Terminology and Abbreviations Primer by jgreco ECC vs non ECC RAM and ZFS by cyberjock How to Configure Share Permissions by anodos SpoilerTarget Show My System Specs MBD X9SCM F motherboard Xeon E3 1230 V2 cpu Crucial DDR3 1600 ECC 16GB memory Intel X520 DA1 10Gb NIC M1015 Flashed IT with FW P20 HBA 6 WD Red 3TB in RAIDz2 vDev 1 Intel

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  • I can't see USB drive in the setup. | FreeNAS Community
    usable space All wrapped up in a Cooler Master HAF 912 case APC Back UPS Pro BR1000G SpoilerTarget Show Sophos UTM Unified Threat Management Sophos 9 3xxx Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 CPU Gigabyte GA P45T ES3G 8GB RAM 500GB 2 5 Laptop drive RAID Capacity Calculator or Biduleohm RAID Calculator Decode Your S M A R T Data joeschmuck Nov 16 2014 7 Offline guillaumesoucy FreeNAS Aware Member Since Nov 24 2013 Messages 187 Message Count 187 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 18 Occupation Janitor At Mr Clean Institute Location L Orignal Ontario Canada Home Page http guillaumesoucy com guillaumesoucy Nov 16 2014 If I do this I cannot see the USB drive guillaumesoucy Nov 16 2014 8 Offline guillaumesoucy FreeNAS Aware Member Since Nov 24 2013 Messages 187 Message Count 187 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 18 Occupation Janitor At Mr Clean Institute Location L Orignal Ontario Canada Home Page http guillaumesoucy com guillaumesoucy Nov 16 2014 I take a screenshot of the KVM screen I can see only 3 drives even if I press the down arrow key Attached Files a capture jpg File size 24 2 KB Views 32 guillaumesoucy Nov 16 2014 9 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 Nov 16 2014 Sorry the up down arrow key thing was for the 9 3 installation I would say the issue is still in the BIOS and you need to tell it to treat the USB as a hard drive Also ensure you are not plugged into a USB 3 0 connection blue connector as this can cause issues as well 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 USB Flash Drive Six WD Red WD20EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 7 3TB usable space All wrapped up in a Cooler Master HAF 912 case APC Back UPS Pro BR1000G SpoilerTarget Show Sophos UTM Unified Threat Management Sophos 9 3xxx Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 CPU Gigabyte GA P45T ES3G 8GB RAM 500GB 2 5 Laptop drive RAID Capacity Calculator or Biduleohm RAID Calculator Decode Your S M A R T Data joeschmuck Nov 16 2014 10 Offline guillaumesoucy FreeNAS Aware Member Since Nov 24 2013 Messages 187 Message Count 187 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 18 Occupation Janitor At Mr Clean Institute Location L Orignal Ontario Canada Home Page http guillaumesoucy com guillaumesoucy Nov 16 2014 The USB drive is connected to a USB 3 0 port of the server I will check with OVH Canada if they can plug it into a USB 2 0 port Thanks guillaumesoucy Nov 16 2014 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 Nov 16 2014 That might not be the fix but it could be a problem Also as I mentioned ensure the USB device in the BIOS settings is treated as a hard drive In the BIOS Boot Priority you should be able to see the USB drive as the first device 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 USB Flash Drive Six WD Red WD20EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 7 3TB usable space All wrapped up in a Cooler Master HAF 912 case APC Back UPS Pro BR1000G SpoilerTarget Show Sophos UTM Unified Threat Management Sophos 9 3xxx Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 CPU Gigabyte GA P45T ES3G 8GB RAM 500GB 2 5 Laptop drive RAID Capacity Calculator or Biduleohm RAID Calculator Decode Your S M A R T Data joeschmuck Nov 16 2014 12 Offline guillaumesoucy FreeNAS Aware Member Since Nov 24 2013 Messages 187 Message Count 187 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 18 Occupation Janitor At Mr Clean Institute Location L Orignal Ontario Canada Home Page http guillaumesoucy com guillaumesoucy Nov 16 2014 Hi It work I ask OVH Canada to put the USB drive into an USB 2 0 port instead a USB 3 0 port and that solve the issue Thanks you so much for the hint guillaumesoucy Nov 16 2014 13 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 Nov 16 2014 No problems In reality you would barely notice the difference between the 2 0 and 3 0 connection if at all 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 USB Flash Drive Six WD Red WD20EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 7 3TB usable space All wrapped up in a Cooler Master HAF 912 case APC Back UPS Pro BR1000G SpoilerTarget Show Sophos UTM Unified Threat Management Sophos 9 3xxx Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 CPU Gigabyte GA P45T ES3G 8GB RAM 500GB 2 5 Laptop drive RAID Capacity Calculator or Biduleohm RAID Calculator Decode Your S M A R T Data joeschmuck Nov 16 2014 14 Offline guillaumesoucy FreeNAS Aware Member Since Nov 24 2013 Messages 187 Message Count 187 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 18 Occupation Janitor At Mr Clean Institute Location L Orignal Ontario Canada Home Page http guillaumesoucy com guillaumesoucy Nov 16 2014 I have another issue the FreeNAS installation on the HDD enter in conflict with the new FreeNAS installation on the USB drive the server boot from the HDD 3 even if in the Bios the boot

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  • I can't see USB drive in the setup. | Page 2 | FreeNAS Community
    setup and when you get to the FreeNAS install screen you just insert the second the intended boot USB in the other USB2 port Then you should be able to see both USB devices in the subsequent menu where you choose where to install FreeNAS At least that is how I did it and it worked for me Hope that helps FreeNAS 9 3 stable 20150109 Motherboard SuperMicro A1SRi 2758F mini ITX with integrated CPU Intel Atom C2758 8 core 2 4 GHz TDP 20 W RAM 2 x Samsung 8GB DDR3 1 35V ECC SODIMM 1600 HDD 2 x HGST 2 TB mirror Eniac74 Jan 20 2015 27 Offline crashdev Member Since Feb 25 2014 Messages 15 Message Count 15 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 crashdev Jan 20 2015 I noticed the manual was of no assistance I first chased down the possibility that my USB drives being 3 0 weren t compatible by testing one at a time Each are found separately just not at the same time I ve played with the USB and BOOT settings in BIOS a bit but what I ve noticed is that whichever drive is booting the installation process is the only USB drive it will recognize as a potential installation location My last test was having one KingstonUSB2 0 drive setup to install from and an AdataUSB3 0 to install to The installation process booted up from the Kingston but it only recognized the Kingston as a potential location crashdev Jan 20 2015 28 Offline crashdev Member Since Feb 25 2014 Messages 15 Message Count 15 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 crashdev Jan 20 2015 Eniac74 said crashdev After exiting BIOS setup and when you get to the FreeNAS install screen you just insert the second the intended boot USB in the other USB2 port Then you should be able to see both USB devices in the subsequent menu where you choose where to install FreeNAS Click to expand I ll try this tonight Thanks crashdev Jan 20 2015 29 Offline crashdev Member Since Feb 25 2014 Messages 15 Message Count 15 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 crashdev Jan 21 2015 Well I was able to install to the USB3 drive through the USB2 port But whatever I try I can t get FreeNAS to boot successfully from the USB3 port It stops and gives me a mount prompt crashdev Jan 21 2015 30 Offline Glorious1 NAS ty with the FreeNAS Member Since Nov 23 2014 Messages 365 Message Count 365 Likes Received 29 Trophy Points 28 Occupation Not computer stuff Location Colorado USA Glorious1 Jan 21 2015 Can you boot through a USB2 port If so go to System Tunables and add a Tunable with variable xhci load value of YES and type loader That enables USB3 ports You might also have to enable USB3 in BIOS SpoilerTarget Show FreeNAS System Motherboard SuperMicro A1SRi 2758F mini ITX with integrated CPU Intel Atom C2758 CPU 8 core 2 4 GHz HBA Expander LSI 9240 8i PCIe board flashed to IT mode provides 8 SATA ports RAM Crucial 2x 8GB SO DIMM 204 pin Unbuff ECC DDR3 1600 1 35V Drives 3x WD Red NAS 3 TB 4x WD Green 3 TB Power Supply SeaSonic Platinum Series SS 400FL2 Fanless Active PFC Case Lian Li PC Q26 with 4x 120 mm fans and room for 10 3 5 drives FreeNAS FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE 201508250051 four disks in RaidZ1 remaining disks for backup Boot Device 2x mirrored SanDisk 8 GB Cruzer Fit Glorious1 Jan 21 2015 31 Offline Eniac74 Member Since Jan 9 2015 Messages 29 Message Count 29 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Eniac74 Jan 22 2015 crashdev you have two USB2 ports please use them I tried several times to boot from USB3 ports to begin with but it seems as plain as previously stated all over the forum FreeNAS and USB3 are not the best of friends If you as me did not initially use IPMI but instead plugged the keyboard in one of the USB2 ports just start using IPMI and you have a spare USB2 port Now that I am up and running I don t even foresee myself using the USB ports after I installed the SATA DOM so to me it mostly turned into an initial hurdle Hope it works out FreeNAS 9 3 stable 20150109 Motherboard SuperMicro A1SRi 2758F mini ITX with integrated CPU Intel Atom C2758 8 core 2 4 GHz TDP 20 W RAM 2 x Samsung 8GB DDR3 1 35V ECC SODIMM 1600 HDD 2 x HGST 2 TB mirror Eniac74 Jan 22 2015 32 Offline Glorious1 NAS ty with the FreeNAS Member Since Nov 23 2014 Messages 365 Message Count 365 Likes Received 29 Trophy Points 28 Occupation Not computer stuff Location Colorado USA Glorious1 Jan 22 2015 My system works fine with the USB3 ports In fact the boot drive is in the USB3 port on the motherboard SpoilerTarget Show FreeNAS System Motherboard SuperMicro A1SRi 2758F mini ITX with integrated CPU Intel Atom C2758 CPU 8 core 2 4 GHz HBA Expander LSI 9240 8i PCIe board flashed to IT mode provides 8 SATA ports RAM Crucial 2x 8GB SO DIMM 204 pin Unbuff ECC DDR3 1600 1 35V Drives 3x WD Red NAS 3 TB 4x WD Green 3 TB Power Supply SeaSonic Platinum Series SS 400FL2 Fanless Active PFC Case Lian Li PC Q26 with 4x 120 mm fans and room for 10 3 5 drives FreeNAS FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE 201508250051 four disks in RaidZ1 remaining disks for backup Boot Device 2x mirrored SanDisk 8 GB Cruzer Fit Glorious1 Jan 22 2015 33 Offline crashdev Member Since Feb 25 2014 Messages 15 Message Count 15 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 crashdev Jan 23 2015 Running the USB3 drive off the USB2 port works excellent I ll tinker more with the tunable and dis enabling USB3 in BIOS settings to see if

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