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  • Development | FreeNAS Community
    1 928 pirateghost Aug 15 2013 How to pull FreeNAS 9 1 from get instead of 9 2alpha gzartman Nov 2 2013 Replies 1 Views 752 warri Nov 2 2013 facebook flashcache toto707 Nov 18 2013 Replies 6 Views 863 survive Nov 18 2013 monitoring freenas file systems using inotify Mahamady SANGLA Nov 6 2013 Replies 8 Views 1 708 Yatti420 Nov 26 2013 Why you publish to download x86 versions Boris Berdichevski Nov 17 2013 Replies 3 Views 1 107 joeschmuck Dec 29 2013 Monitorix for hardware and resource usage Pete Jan 23 2014 Replies 2 Views 783 Durandal Feb 10 2014 Contributing Pre and Post Scrub hooks for avoiding time machine issues Todd Nine Dec 8 2013 2 Replies 22 Views 2 488 cyberjock Mar 17 2014 RAID 5 Support ThePowerTool Mar 18 2014 Replies 15 Views 1 993 HoneyBadger Mar 20 2014 Kickstarter for Block Pointer Rewrite Sasayaki May 21 2014 Replies 6 Views 2 387 cyberjock May 25 2014 9 3 M1 Sir Robin Jul 31 2014 Replies 4 Views 1 057 Sir Robin Aug 1 2014 Suggestion for rsync speedup Wishbringer Aug 22 2014 Replies 4 Views 1 021 Wishbringer Aug 24 2014 Oracle Solaris and ZFS shrink pool Arwen Aug 29 2014 Replies 0 Views 514 Arwen Aug 29 2014 Glusterfs ton wittenberg Sep 5 2014 Replies 2 Views 295 Suraj Ravichandran Sep 5 2014 Could add ups status graph akong Aug 24 2014 Replies 7 Views 585 jgreco Sep 8 2014 pbi makeport with latest ports tree Joshua Parker Ruehlig Sep 16 2014 Replies 0 Views 152 Joshua Parker Ruehlig Sep 16 2014 9 2 1 8 Mark Brookfield Sep 14 2014 Replies 14 Views 1 231 Mark Brookfield Sep 21 2014 WHMCS to create and manage accounts BakOps Mar 20 2014 Replies

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  • [How to] install a syslog server jail | FreeNAS Community
    cores 4 threads 4 MB cache Socket FM2 RAM 8GB 1333 2 x 4GB Corsair 667 DDR3 DIMM 64b ECC Gfx Integrated AMD Radeon HD 7000 series graphics in A series APU HD 6 x 3 TB WD Red SATA 600 buffer 64 MB cache Boot 1 x Kingston SSDNow S200 Solid state drive 30 GB intern 2 5 9 5 mm SATA 600 Pools 1 x ZFS2 on 6 x 3TB 10 5 TB available PSU Be quiet Pure Power L8 300W ATX12V 2 3 80 PLUS Bronze 300 Watt Case Fractal Design Node 304 OS Freenas 9 3 Nas5 MB ASRock C2750D4I mini ITX 2 x Gigabit LAN 12 x SATA CPU onboard Intel Atom C2750 Octa Core RAM 16GB 1333 4 x 4GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 Gfx onboard ASPEED AST2300 HD 1 x 1 5 TB 4 x 2TB WD Red 3 x 3TB WD Red SATA 600 Boot Crucial M500 Solid state drive 120 GB SATA 600 Pools 1 x JBoD on 1 x 1 5TB 1 3 TB available 1 x ZFS1 on 4 x 2TB 5 2 TB available 1 x ZFS1 on 3 x 3TB 5 3 TB available PSU LC Power LC200SFX V3 21 SFX12V 230 Volt AC V 200 Watt Case SilverStone DS380 OS Freenas 9 3 Succubus MB GA MA790FXT UD5P CPU AMD Phenom II X4 910e 2 6 GHz RAM 16GB 1600 4 x 4 GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600 PC3 12800 Gfx dunno some low power extremely low cost old card Controller Adaptec RAID 6805T Intel Raid expander RES2CV360 36 Port SAS SATA 6Gb HD 24 x 4TB WD Red Boot 2 x SSD 60GB 450 450 V300 7mm SA3 KIN Raid 1 Mirrored via Controller Pools 2 x ZFS3 on 12 x 4TB 11 1 hotspare 2 x 27 5 TB available PSU 700W Corsair PSU to be replaced by 300 W if possible tests soon Case Norco RPC 4224 OS Freenas 9 3 Total available storage 85 5 TB Osiris May 12 2015 5 Offline kjnicoletti Member Since May 2 2015 Messages 1 Message Count 1 Likes Received 3 Trophy Points 3 kjnicoletti May 23 2015 First let me say thank you Without this write up I most likely never would got my syslog server up and running That said I hope this doesn t offend you I found your instructions confusing there are a lot of unnecessary steps and some steps that didn t work at all Steps to configure phpMyAdmin and LogAnalyzer seem to be left out all together In the interest of helping out here are my streamlined instructions based off your writeup I have tested these instructions extensively in a VM with the latest FreeBSD stable install ISO My steps below follow your concept of a total newbguide Overview Install AMP Apache MySQL PHP and optionally PHPMyAdmin Replace syslogd with rsyslogd configure rsyslogd to send events to MySQL Install LogAnalyzer configure LogAnalyzer to pull events from MySQL An AMP server is the basis for many packages in the nix world so these instructions may help you for other projects as well https en wikipedia org wiki LAMP software bundle You should have FreeNAS jail root and jail IP configuration defined properly before following these instructions http doc freenas org 9 3 freenas jails html jails configuration Jail Setup Create jail named syslog in FreeNAS Web GUI accept all the default settings ssh to FreeNAS find the JID for syslog and switch to the jail Code text jls jexec JID tcsh You should have a root syslog prompt now Optional Install nano feel free to use the text editor of your choice Code text pkg install y nano Optional Enable ssh directly to the jail Code text nano etc rc conf change line to sshd enable YES remove duplicate hostname syslog Code text nano etc ssh sshd config uncomment and change line to PermitRootLogin yes change jail root password in this tutorial I will use qazWSX for the password Code text passwd root start the ssh daemon Code text service sshd start ssh to syslog jail directly Fetch the latest ports repository and extract Code text portsnap fetch extract Install Apache Apache is a popular open source web server Code text cd usr ports www apache24 make install clean BATCH yes Configure Apache to run at boot Code text echo apache24 enable YES etc rc conf Start Apache Code text service apache24 start The error Could not reliably determine the server s fully qualified domain name is normal at this point Test connection to http jail IP address You should see It Works web page Configure Apache Code text nano usr local etc apache24 httpd conf Find these lines and change them Code text ServerName syslogserver local DirectoryIndex index html index php Add these lines to end of the file Code text FilesMatch php SetHandler application x httpd php FilesMatch FilesMatch phps SetHandler application x httpd php source FilesMatch Alias phpmyadmin usr local www phpMyAdmin Directory usr local www phpMyAdmin Options None AllowOverride None Require all granted Directory Save the file and exit nano Restart Apache Code text service apache24 restart The error Could not reliably determine the server s fully qualified domain name goes away Install MySQL MySQL is a popular open source database server Code text cd usr ports databases mysql56 server make install clean BATCH yes Configure MySQL to run at boot Code text echo mysql enable YES etc rc conf Start MySQL Code text service mysql server start Add a root user to MySQL MySQL logins are separate from FreeBSD logins so this could be completely different For this tutorial I am keeping it the user name and password as the OS login Feel free to substitute your own password Code text usr local bin mysqladmin u root password qazWSX Install PHP PHP is a server side scripting language for web development Code text cd usr ports lang php56 make install clean BATCH yes cd usr ports www mod php56 make install clean BATCH yes cd usr ports databases php56 pdo mysql make install clean BATCH yes Configure PHP Copy the sample configuration ini and modify it Code text cp usr local etc php ini development usr local etc php ini nano usr local etc php ini Find these lines about halfway through the file Uncomment and modify them You should use your own timezone https php net manual en timezones php Code text extension php mbstring so extension php pdo mysql so date timezone America Chicago Test PHP Create a new file Code text nano usr local www apache24 data test php Add these lines to the file Code text php phpinfo Restart Apache Code text service apache24 restart Test connection to http jail IP address test php You should see a detailed information page on Apache and PHP Optional Install phpMyAdmin phpMyAdmin is a graphic interface to administer MySQL It s not necessary for this tutorial but may be useful later You can also skip this for now and install it later Code text cd usr ports databases phpmyadmin make install clean BATCH yes Configure phpMyAdmin Code text mkdir usr local www phpMyAdmin config chmod o w usr local www phpMyAdmin config chmod o r usr local www phpMyAdmin config inc php service apache24 restart Open http jail IP address phpmyadmin setup Select New server Select the Authentication tab Under the Authentication type choose http from the drop down list using HTTP Auth to sign in into phpMyAdmin will avoid storing login password credentials directly in config inc php Remove root from the User for config auth Select Apply You will be returned you to the Overview page where you should see a new server listed Select Save in the Overview page Saves configuration as usr local www phpMyAdmin config config inc php Move newly created config so php uses it Code text mv usr local www phpMyAdmin config config inc php usr local www phpMyAdmin Open http jail IP address phpmyadmin and login to test root qazWSX Config directory is no longer needed Remove it as well as the read permission added previously Code text rm r usr local www phpMyAdmin config chmod o r usr local www phpMyAdmin config inc php Install rsyslog rsyslog is a drop in replacement for syslog with additional features Code text cd usr ports sysutils rsyslog8 make install clean Select MYSQL MySQL output module for rsyslog and then select OK accept defaults for all other options Replace syslogd with rsyslogd Code text etc rc d syslogd stop echo syslogd enable NO etc rc conf echo rsyslogd enable YES etc rc conf ln s usr local etc rc d rsyslogd etc rc d rsyslog Create the rsyslog database Code text mysql u root p enter password qazWSX In the mysql prompt enter the following commands change the password on the last line if you are not using qazWSX Code text CREATE DATABASE Syslog USE Syslog CREATE TABLE SystemEvents ID int unsigned not null auto increment primary key CustomerID bigint ReceivedAt datetime NULL DeviceReportedTime datetime NULL Facility smallint NULL Priority smallint NULL FromHost varchar 60 NULL Message text NTSeverity int NULL Importance int NULL EventSource varchar 60 EventUser varchar 60 NULL EventCategory int NULL EventID int NULL EventBinaryData text NULL MaxAvailable int NULL CurrUsage int NULL MinUsage int NULL MaxUsage int NULL InfoUnitID int NULL SysLogTag varchar 60 EventLogType varchar 60 GenericFileName VarChar 60 SystemID int NULL CREATE TABLE SystemEventsProperties ID int unsigned not null auto increment primary key SystemEventID int NULL ParamName varchar 255 NULL ParamValue text NULL grant all privileges on Syslog to root identified by qazWSX with grant option ctrl c to quit mysql Configure rsyslog Code text nano usr local etc rsyslog conf paste following into the new blank file change the subnet on line 4 to match your network change the password on the last line if you are not using qazWSX Code text ModLoad immark provides MARK message capability ModLoad imuxsock provides support for local system logging ModLoad ommysql load MySQL functionality AllowedSender UDP 192 168 1 0 24 depends on your subnet obviously for TCP use module load imtcp needs to be done just once input type imtcp port 514 for UDP use module load imudp needs to be done just once input type imudp port 514 ActionFileDefaultTemplate RSYSLOG TraditionalFileFormat RepeatedMsgReduction on WorkDirectory var spool rsyslog FileOwner root FileGroup wheel FileCreateMode 0777 DirCreateMode 0755 Umask 0022 PrivDropToUser root PrivDropToGroup wheel IncludeConfig etc rsyslog d conf ommysql 127 0 0 1 Syslog root qazWSX Start rsyslog check to see it is working Code text service rsyslog start mysql u root p enter the password qazWSX enter the following query Code text USE Syslog SELECT FROM SystemEvents should get back 3 4 records ctrl c to quit mysql Install LogAnalyzer LogAnalyzer is a web interface for browsing the syslog server database Code text cd usr ports sysutils loganalyzer make install clean DEFAULT VERSIONS php 56 Select PHP MYSQL MySQL database support PHP extension and then select OK accept defaults for all other options Create a symbolic link for LogAnalyzer in Apache Code text ln s usr local www loganalyzer usr local www apache24 data loganalyzer Configure LogAnalyzer Create the config file make it writeable Code text touch usr local www loganalyzer config php chmod 666 usr local www loganalyzer config php Restart Apache Code text service apache24 restart Open the configuration wizard at http jail IP address loganalyzer Click the link Click here to install Adiscon LogAnalyzer During the setup wizard ignore the error lines Deprecated preg replace The e modifier is deprecated scroll all the way down to the bottom and you will see the configuration wizard Select Next until you get to First Syslog Source First Syslog Source Set Name of the Source to MySQL Syslog Database Set Source Type to Database PDO Leave Select View set to Syslog Fields the default setting Leave Database Storage Engine set to Mysql Server the default setting Leave Table type set to MonitorWare the default setting Leave Database Host set to localhost the default setting Set Database Name to Syslog Set Database Tablename to SystemEvents Set Database User to root Set Database Password to qazWSX Leave Enable Row Counting set to No the default setting Select Next Select Finish and you should see a working LogAnalyzer page and no Deprecated errors At this point I recommend adding log cleanup jobs as explained in the OP section 6 Again thanks for your OP this is just meant to compliment the OP and make it easier for someone who has limited knowledge of installing and configuring FreeBSD ports kjnicoletti May 23 2015 6 Visseroth GrumpyBear and UdoB like this Offline Osiris Newbie Member Since Aug 15 2013 Messages 50 Message Count 50 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 8 Occupation IT Pro Location Antwerp Belgium Osiris May 27 2015 None taken kjnicoletti Your updated version of the guide looks nice I ll update my first post and refer to yours Nas1 QNAP TS 412 Turbo NAS HD 4 x 3TB WD Red SATA 600 buffer 64 MB cache Pools Raid5 8 2TB available Nas3 MB ASRock FM2A85X ITX CPU AMD A10 6700 3 7 GHz 4 cores 4 threads 4 MB cache Socket FM2 RAM 8GB 1333 2 x 4GB Corsair 667 DDR3 DIMM 64b ECC Gfx Integrated AMD Radeon HD 7000 series graphics in A series APU HD 6 x 3 TB WD Red SATA 600 buffer 64 MB cache Boot 1 x Kingston SSDNow S200 Solid state drive 30 GB intern 2 5 9 5 mm SATA 600 Pools 1 x ZFS2 on 6 x 3TB 10 5 TB available PSU Be quiet Pure Power L8 300W ATX12V 2 3 80 PLUS Bronze 300 Watt Case Fractal Design Node 304 OS Freenas 9 3 Nas5 MB ASRock C2750D4I mini ITX 2 x Gigabit LAN 12 x SATA CPU onboard Intel Atom C2750 Octa Core RAM 16GB 1333 4 x 4GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 Gfx onboard ASPEED AST2300 HD 1 x 1 5 TB 4 x 2TB WD Red 3 x 3TB WD Red SATA 600 Boot Crucial M500 Solid state drive 120 GB SATA 600 Pools 1 x JBoD on 1 x 1 5TB 1 3 TB available 1 x ZFS1 on 4 x 2TB 5 2 TB available 1 x ZFS1 on 3 x 3TB 5 3 TB available PSU LC Power LC200SFX V3 21 SFX12V 230 Volt AC V 200 Watt Case SilverStone DS380 OS Freenas 9 3 Succubus MB GA MA790FXT UD5P CPU AMD Phenom II X4 910e 2 6 GHz RAM 16GB 1600 4 x 4 GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600 PC3 12800 Gfx dunno some low power extremely low cost old card Controller Adaptec RAID 6805T Intel Raid expander RES2CV360 36 Port SAS SATA 6Gb HD 24 x 4TB WD Red Boot 2 x SSD 60GB 450 450 V300 7mm SA3 KIN Raid 1 Mirrored via Controller Pools 2 x ZFS3 on 12 x 4TB 11 1 hotspare 2 x 27 5 TB available PSU 700W Corsair PSU to be replaced by 300 W if possible tests soon Case Norco RPC 4224 OS Freenas 9 3 Total available storage 85 5 TB Osiris May 27 2015 7 Offline Scharbag FreeNAS Aware Member Since Feb 1 2012 Messages 181 Message Count 181 Likes Received 10 Trophy Points 18 Occupation Enginerd Location Surface of Hoth Scharbag May 27 2015 Of course I have no luck with Apache Code text Checking if p5 Locale gettext already installed Registering installation for p5 Locale gettext 1 05 4 as automatic pkg static Unable to access file usr ports devel p5 Locale gettext work stage usr local lib perl5 site perl mach 5 16 auto Locale gettext gettext so No such file or directory pkg static Unable to access file usr ports devel p5 Locale gettext work stage usr local lib perl5 site perl mach 5 16 Locale gettext pm No such file or directory pkg static Unable to access file usr ports devel p5 Locale gettext work stage usr local lib perl5 site perl man man3 Locale gettext 3 gz No such file or directory fake pkg Error code 74 Stop in usr ports devel p5 Locale gettext build depends Error code 1 Stop in usr ports misc help2man build depends Error code 1 Stop in usr ports devel autoconf build depends Error code 1 Stop in usr ports www apache24 Fuddle de dee FreeNAS 9 3 Tyan S5512WGM2NR integral 9211 8i v20IT Supermicro AOC USAS2 L8i 9211 8i v20IT Intel RES2SV240 SAS Expander LSI LSISAS2x Intel Xeon E3 1230V2 32GB ECC DDR3 Norco 4220 with Corsair 750W Power Supply 21TB production pool 7 3TB Seagate ST3000DM001 and 5 4TB Seagate ST4000DM000 in 2x6 RaidZ2 16TB backup pool 6 4TB Seagate ST4000DM000 in RaidZ1 2 Intel 80GB SSD system pool 2 Crucial 480GB SSD used for VBox Scharbag May 27 2015 8 Offline Osiris Newbie Member Since Aug 15 2013 Messages 50 Message Count 50 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 8 Occupation IT Pro Location Antwerp Belgium Osiris Jun 2 2015 Scharbag said Of course I have no luck with Apache Fuddle de dee Click to expand Did you upgrade pkg Code text portsnap fetch extract cd usr ports ports mgmt pkg make deinstall clean cd usr ports ports mgmt pkg make install clean BATCH yes pkg update pkg upgrade Nas1 QNAP TS 412 Turbo NAS HD 4 x 3TB WD Red SATA 600 buffer 64 MB cache Pools Raid5 8 2TB available Nas3 MB ASRock FM2A85X ITX CPU AMD A10 6700 3 7 GHz 4 cores 4 threads 4 MB cache Socket FM2 RAM 8GB 1333 2 x 4GB Corsair 667 DDR3 DIMM 64b ECC Gfx Integrated AMD Radeon HD 7000 series graphics in A series APU HD 6 x 3 TB WD Red SATA 600 buffer 64 MB cache Boot 1 x Kingston SSDNow S200 Solid state drive 30 GB intern 2 5 9 5 mm SATA

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  • eBay Sniping plugin for FreeNAS? | FreeNAS Community
    X10 X11 FAQ and X10 Memory Recommendations Ericloewe Mar 1 2015 6 RoboKaren likes this Offline TheWoo Newbie Member Since Jan 2 2015 Messages 32 Message Count 32 Likes Received 3 Trophy Points 8 TheWoo Mar 1 2015 Ericloewe Not if FreeNAS is your only server which can or does run 24 7 IMHO it can t get any lower than that comic strip download plugin If you ve ever used an eBay sniping tool then you have to admit that this has a value Anyhow I m trying to get this done now with jBidwatcher under Mac OS X in a VirtualBox in a jail Looks as if it could work TheWoo Mar 1 2015 7 Offline Joshua Parker Ruehlig FreeNAS Guru Member Since Dec 5 2011 Messages 4 269 Message Count 4 269 Likes Received 294 Trophy Points 83 Location Sacramento California United States Joshua Parker Ruehlig Mar 1 2015 why would you need virtualbox to run a java app Just install java in a jail and run this strange piece of software Intel Pentium G860 Supermicro X9SCM 32GB ECC DDR3 Norco RPC 470 LSI 9210 8i RAIDZ2 10 x Samsung F4EG 2TB HDD ZIL Intel 313 20GB SLC SSD L2ARC Samsung 840 250GB TLC SSD Joshua Parker Ruehlig Mar 1 2015 8 Offline TheWoo Newbie Member Since Jan 2 2015 Messages 32 Message Count 32 Likes Received 3 Trophy Points 8 TheWoo Mar 1 2015 Actually that was my very first thought but I couldn t find any foolproof instruction on how to install Java in a jail For instance I came across this thread which doesn t sound very promising to me Can you point me at an How to Alternatively I have now Ubuntu running under VirtualBox inside a jail Hackintosh Mac OS X just didn t work well the problem though is that I can t get any screen res higher than 640x480 in Ubuntu respectively the VNC screen despite having installed the VirtualBox Guest Additions in Ubuntu 14 04 TheWoo Mar 1 2015 9 Offline Joshua Parker Ruehlig FreeNAS Guru Member Since Dec 5 2011 Messages 4 269 Message Count 4 269 Likes Received 294 Trophy Points 83 Location Sacramento California United States Joshua Parker Ruehlig Mar 1 2015 TheWoo said Actually that was my very first thought but I couldn t find any foolproof instruction on how to install Java in a jail For instance I came across this thread which doesn t sound very promising to me Can you point me at an How to Alternatively I have now Ubuntu running under VirtualBox inside a jail Hackintosh Mac OS X just didn t work well the problem though is that I can t get any screen res higher than 640x480 in Ubuntu respectively the VNC screen despite having installed the VirtualBox Guest Additions in Ubuntu 14 04 Click to expand pkg install openjdk7 But looking at it more this might require a GUI and isn t a headless java application like

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  • Suggestion: Disks Option, add Spin-Up delay to reduce peek current | FreeNAS Community
    you have your case is 8 over the 55 years of LCC lifespan troun Dec 2 2015 9 Offline Bidule0hm Server Sorcerer Member Since Aug 5 2013 Messages 2 656 Message Count 2 656 Likes Received 320 Trophy Points 83 Location France Bidule0hm Dec 2 2015 You ve mixed up two very different things Head parking and the associated LCC value Drive spin down The first is not harmful unless the timer is really low like the 5 sec on greens but the second is My software threads The FAQ Useful Scripts Useful Commands ZFS RAID Size Reliability Calculator The ZFS Structure What are your ARC stats You ve an ARC question problem My hardware threads How to measure drives spin up current How to build a PCIe bracket for a standard SSD that powers it too Members threads Terminology and Abbreviations Cyberjock s ZFS Guide Hardware Recommendations ECC vs Non ECC RAM PSU Sizing Tutorial RAID Z1 RAID5 isn t recommended FreeNAS 9 3 0 Stable 201506292130 SuperMicro X10SL7 F flashed IT P16 Intel Core i3 4360 3 7GHz Crucial 2x 8GB DDR3 ECC 1600MHz 1 35V CT2KIT102472BD160B RAID Z3 with 4x Seagate NAS 3TB ST3000VN000 4x Western Digital RED 3TB WD30EFRX SeaSonic X Series 650W UPS MGE Ellipse 600 DIY custom case with everything on a rack suspended disk cage air filter 4x Arctic F12 PWM fans Bidule0hm Dec 2 2015 10 Offline troun Member Since Jul 13 2013 Messages 28 Message Count 28 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 1 troun Dec 2 2015 Bidule0hm said You ve mixed up two very different things Head parking and the associated LCC value Drive spin down The first is not harmful unless the timer is really low like the 5 sec on greens but the second is Click to expand I don t mix anything spin down and head parking are getting always together if you spin down without head parking heads may touch platters surface and damage it The turning is absolutely necessary to create a layer of gaz air or recently helium to prevent contact between head and platters Parking heads without spin down doesn t make absolutely any sense It doesn t save energy it just doesn t bring anything except increasing LCC as you mention troun Dec 2 2015 11 Offline zambanini FreeNAS Aware Member Since Sep 11 2013 Messages 356 Message Count 356 Likes Received 16 Trophy Points 18 Occupation BOFH Walter Bishop zambanini Dec 2 2015 troun I do not see it as a real world problem you will need to supply the power an a boot process anyway so even if you have a limited power source like a batterie for example it will not help if power is really a problem then you would stop using ecc ram and then FN is the wrong appliance anyway the start stop cycles should not grow unnecessary FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE zambanini Dec 2 2015 12 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 2 2015 troun said Parking heads without spin down doesn t make absolutely any sense It doesn t save energy it just doesn t bring anything except increasing LCC as you mention Click to expand Yes it does By removing an obstacle the heads the air moves more freely exerting a smaller shear stress on the platters which finally leads to reduced torque requirements to maintain angular velocity No drive I ve seen takes it upon itself to spin down without an explicit command from the host 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 2 2015 13 Offline troun Member Since Jul 13 2013 Messages 28 Message Count 28 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 1 troun Dec 2 2015 zambanini said troun I do not see it as a real world problem you will need to supply the power an a boot process anyway so even if you have a limited power source like a batterie for example it will not help if power is really a problem then you would stop using ecc ram and then FN is the wrong appliance anyway the start stop cycles should not grow unnecessary Click to expand I dont understand what you mean with ECC ram and what is FN For the boot up having a voltage drop is not an issue while on duty it is most likely to be It is a real world problem believe me troun Dec 2 2015 14 Offline Bidule0hm Server Sorcerer Member Since Aug 5 2013 Messages 2 656 Message Count 2 656 Likes Received 320 Trophy Points 83 Location France Bidule0hm Dec 2 2015 troun said I don t mix anything spin down and head parking are getting always together if you spin down without head parking heads may touch platters surface and damage it The turning is absolutely necessary to create a layer of gaz air or recently helium to prevent contact between head and platters Parking heads without spin down doesn t make absolutely any sense It doesn t save energy it just doesn t bring anything except increasing LCC as you mention Click to expand No you can park heads without spinning the drive down Yes Wrong it saves power less drag on the platters heads actuator and his control logic shut off and it can avoid head crashes My software threads The FAQ Useful Scripts Useful Commands ZFS RAID Size Reliability Calculator The ZFS Structure What

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  • Suggestion: Disks Option, add Spin-Up delay to reduce peek current | Page 2 | FreeNAS Community
    If you need to wait tens of seconds to access a file you ll be annoyed really quickly and Windows doesn t react well to this kind of things You can do a survey if you want and you ll see that a lot of members say the same My software threads The FAQ Useful Scripts Useful Commands ZFS RAID Size Reliability Calculator The ZFS Structure What are your ARC stats You ve an ARC question problem My hardware threads How to measure drives spin up current How to build a PCIe bracket for a standard SSD that powers it too Members threads Terminology and Abbreviations Cyberjock s ZFS Guide Hardware Recommendations ECC vs Non ECC RAM PSU Sizing Tutorial RAID Z1 RAID5 isn t recommended FreeNAS 9 3 0 Stable 201506292130 SuperMicro X10SL7 F flashed IT P16 Intel Core i3 4360 3 7GHz Crucial 2x 8GB DDR3 ECC 1600MHz 1 35V CT2KIT102472BD160B RAID Z3 with 4x Seagate NAS 3TB ST3000VN000 4x Western Digital RED 3TB WD30EFRX SeaSonic X Series 650W UPS MGE Ellipse 600 DIY custom case with everything on a rack suspended disk cage air filter 4x Arctic F12 PWM fans Bidule0hm Dec 3 2015 22 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 Dec 3 2015 troun said Really We are not talking of dimensioning a bridge or safety question So load balancing is not engineering discipline When an engineer has to build a toy factory he should dimension it regarding just November December production request even if the rest of the year demand is 10 times lower Not average dimensioned and production balancing over months All engineers that design nowadays laptops are wrong because cooling system is made to be effective on TDP values while CPUs overlap this value during boost time Intel himself is wrong using inertia of cooling system for this turboboost because during this time it overtakes cooling capabilities Power supply has to start all drives together boot up so IT IS properly dimensioned We are just talking of improving stability and reducing load on system No need of suppressing I Os no need to create any dependency between drives just a delay before sending ATA commands in case of long idle It already exists something similar called NCQ but instead of re ordering you would just add tempo And no need to exaggerate I gave an example and because your power supply has to start all drives together you most probably can group your hard drives in 2 or 4 groups So even with a huge delay of 5 sec as you suggest we are talking of tens seconds YOU find unacceptable and your statement with some other contributors is that what you find unacceptable is unacceptable for everyone So whatever Click to expand We actually ARE talking of a safety question some of us come from a background where if

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  • Enabling Mellanox network drivers | FreeNAS Community
    the base FreeNAS system is a mistake Dell PowerEdge T20 Pentium G3220 3GHz 32GB 4x WD20EFRX RAIDZ2 APC Back UPS CS 500 FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE Robert Trevellyan Oct 12 2015 2 Offline copeland3300 Member Since Aug 4 2014 Messages 13 Message Count 13 Likes Received 2 Trophy Points 3 copeland3300 Oct 12 2015 Robert Trevellyan said If the network card you have is not supported natively in FreeNAS then you are using the wrong network card or the wrong OS Installing anything in the base FreeNAS system is a mistake Click to expand I understand what you re saying and realize this is outside of the supported scope of FreeNAS but given that with a little tweaking the card works with FreeBSD I d think I could get it working I FreeNAS as well copeland3300 Oct 12 2015 3 Offline Robert Trevellyan FreeNAS Guru Member Since May 16 2014 Messages 1 763 Message Count 1 763 Likes Received 203 Trophy Points 63 Robert Trevellyan Oct 12 2015 copeland3300 said I d think I could get it working I FreeNAS as well Click to expand You probably can but that doesn t mean it s a good idea The refrain you ll hear over and over in these forums is FreeNAS is an appliance do not attempt to modify it Either way what you re attempting is beyond my expertise Dell PowerEdge T20 Pentium G3220 3GHz 32GB 4x WD20EFRX RAIDZ2 APC Back UPS CS 500 FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE Robert Trevellyan Oct 12 2015 4 Offline dlavigne FreeNAS Core Team Member Since May 24 2011 Messages 4 989 Message Count 4 989 Likes Received 247 Trophy Points 63 dlavigne Oct 13 2015 A better bet is to make a feature request at bugs freenas org If you do post the issue number here dlavigne Oct 13 2015 5 Robert Trevellyan likes this Offline copeland3300 Member Since Aug 4 2014 Messages 13 Message Count 13 Likes Received 2 Trophy Points 3 copeland3300 Oct 25 2015 dlavigne said A better bet is to make a feature request at bugs freenas org If you do post the issue number here Click to expand Hey sorry for the late reply That s a good idea I ll take a look at doing that copeland3300 Oct 25 2015 6 Emil Stoyanov likes this Offline Emil Stoyanov Member Since Oct 2 2015 Messages 2 Message Count 2 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location Sofia Bulgaria Emil Stoyanov Nov 26 2015 copeland3300 have you made a feature request at bugs freenas org for adding Mellanox ConnectX2 drivers in the freenas 9 3 x kernel If not I will have to do it since I really need them In fact there is one https bugs pcbsd org issues 2014 for OFED support but it is not yet clear if it will happen Emil Stoyanov Nov 26 2015 7 Offline copeland3300 Member Since Aug 4 2014 Messages 13 Message Count 13 Likes Received 2 Trophy Points 3 copeland3300

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  • Hyper-V support as standard in new images | FreeNAS Community
    Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Oct 4 2014 Interesting not what I had heard but okay I ll take it from the horse s mouth FTW 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 Oct 4 2014 4 Offline mjws00 NAS ty with the FreeNAS Member Since Jul 25 2014 Messages 798 Message Count 798 Likes Received 94 Trophy Points 28 mjws00 Oct 4 2014 jkh That was way too prosaic Heh But also nice to see a forward looking opinion Thanks Rebel 9 2 1 9 x64 Intel S1200v3RPS Xeon e3 1220v3 32GB ECC Intel Rs2wc080 Flashed 9211 8i IT 6x 2TB striped mirrors Koolaid 9 2 1 9 x64 SM x10SL7 F Xeon e3 1230v3 32GB ECC Seasonic G 550 SM 846TQ mjws00 Oct 4 2014 5 Offline Barry J Member Since Oct 4 2014 Messages 2 Message Count 2 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Barry J Oct 5 2014 cyberjock thanks for your contribution I have no experience really with the FreeNAS system but I do have experience with enterprise virtualisation on many different hypervisors even got a few badges to prove it but I do find it strange that you say so many people have had it fail in virtualisation Do you know why this is just out of interest My only reason for it failing previously was probably because of my lack of experience with the system and the fact that I tried to change the disks it was using for the Time Machine storage rather than adding to the ZFS volume I know that for years doing a number of things on virtualisation was considered bad starting with database servers and progressing on to directory servers because of issues with delay writes memory ballooning implementations inappropriate use of snapshots and other strange behaviour in these applications that just left people feeling it ain t as good as good ole single OS on a physical system That being said I don t really entertain this as a valid argument anymore and I m really glad to have had jkh s contribution too because it s great to see that FreeNAS are considering that this could be one of a number of appliances running on a nice piece of kit that shares its compute power and has passthrough access to some physical disks For me to put FreeNAS on a physical system by itself just seems a bit wasteful whilst I ve got a Xeon based server I ve built that

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  • Introduce clustering feature in freeNas | FreeNAS Community
    1 Offline pirateghost Unintelligible Geek Member Since Feb 29 2012 Messages 2 736 Message Count 2 736 Likes Received 310 Trophy Points 83 pirateghost Oct 6 2015 How many times do you have to be told the answer Seriously https forums freenas org index php threads clustering feature in freenas 30694 https forums freenas org index php threads plugin in freenas about clustering 30717 Start writing code and stop asking pirateghost Oct 6 2015 2 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 Oct 7 2015 Saira said Hi All Any here who can guide me how to write feature plugin in freenas about clustering although its enable in truenas but is there anyway I can work in it to develop freenas cluster plugin Attached is the copy of my synopsis any help will be appreciated Click to expand It is not enabled in TrueNAS TrueNAS has no clustering either Consider this your warning If you ask about clustering again you will be banned There is no reason to continually ask the same question over and over let alone say things that contract what you were told the last time you asked Thank you 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 Oct 7 2015 3 You must log in or sign up to reply here Show

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