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  • Where to find details of bugs fixed in updates? | FreeNAS Community
    Unable to upgrade to latest 9 3 FreeNAS mini 4x8GB ECC 4x4TB RED primary v9 3 1 RAID Z2 HP N36L 2x4GB ECC 4x4TB RED backup v9 3 1 RAID Z2 APC BE700Y IND UPS saurav Oct 1 2015 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 Oct 2 2015 The URL is close but should be https bugs freenas org issues 11675 You may have to be logged in to see some bugs Also sometimes a bug is created by a TrueNAS customer and the fix is also merged into FreeNAS however only customers can see bugs created as a TrueNAS bug You ll know that s the case if it says you don t have permission to view the bug dlavigne Oct 2 2015 2 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 Oct 2 2015 Bugs created from the GUI with debug data included are also private by default 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 Oct 2 2015 3 Offline saurav Newbie Member Since Jul 29 2012 Messages 94 Message Count 94 Likes Received 3 Trophy Points 8 saurav Oct 2 2015 Turns out that 11675 is one of those bugs which require you to be logged in But I m not sure where to log in The support URL support freenas org itself is a 404 and my support login doesn t work for bugs freenas org login By customer do you mean a TrueNAS customer I have a freenas mini so I am probably a customer of some sort but may be not the type to view those bugs FreeNAS mini 4x8GB ECC 4x4TB RED primary v9 3 1 RAID Z2 HP N36L 2x4GB ECC 4x4TB RED backup v9 3 1 RAID Z2 APC BE700Y IND UPS saurav Oct 2 2015 4 Offline Anders Bruun Olsen Member Since Apr 2 2015 Messages 8 Message Count 8 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Anders Bruun Olsen Oct 2 2015 I too ran into this I am curious what the details of ticket 11675 is since I believe I was affected by something like that Is it possible for a developer to open up the ticket so it isn t private yes I have an account on bugs freenas org but am told you are not authorized to access this page Anders Bruun Olsen Oct

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  • GUI Status "Light" | FreeNAS Community
    which I haven t bothered to check jgreco Dec 28 2014 2 Offline JimmyUk Member Since Sep 6 2014 Messages 9 Message Count 9 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 3 JimmyUk Dec 28 2014 Thanks jgreco that was really useful I didn t know FN has any sort of http links like that Authentication may be a problem there as you mentioned I m not familiar with python nor with hooks so will have to do some research it s a good start tho jgreco JimmyUk Dec 28 2014 3 Offline JimmyUk Member Since Sep 6 2014 Messages 9 Message Count 9 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 3 JimmyUk Jan 14 2015 Kind of a bump post this I m still trying to work this one out Has anyone got enough python knowledge to work out how to get the status without authentication from the shell I have tried the following as status py Code text import requests print requests get http localhost api v1 0 system alert auth root ROOT PASSWORD but all I get is root freenas python status py Response 200 JimmyUk Jan 14 2015 4 Offline JimmyUk Member Since Sep 6 2014 Messages 9 Message Count 9 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 3 JimmyUk Jan 14 2015 Slight update got a more descriptive response with the below Code text import requests import json test requests get http localhost api v1 0 system alert auth root headers content type application json print test content now time to play with python and get an output to the serial port S JimmyUk Jan 14 2015 5 Glorious1 likes this 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 Aug 30 2015 That s a cool idea I ll be following this to see if you figure out a way to do it and write a how to so that even a dummy could do it 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 Aug 30 2015 6 Offline gork Member Since Sep 16 2015 Messages 10 Message Count 10 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 3 Location Texas gork Sep 23 2015 As fun as it might be to DIY it let me save you some time on the hardware http blink1

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  • Suggestion, "alert light" move to left, freenas interface layout | FreeNAS Community
    20 2015 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 Sep 20 2015 Well you have a point but my thought was for a temporary fix due to the fact that the Devs are putting forth most of their current efforts towards the release of Ver 10 which has a completly new GUI all together So at this point you and I will have to deal with the minutia for now 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 X25 E 32GB SSD boot device FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE BigDave Sep 20 2015 4 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 Sep 20 2015 yeah this looks a lot like you just need to make your browser window bigger I m not a web developer but I think there should be a sudo standard for how wide to make the default content 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 Sep 20 2015 5 Offline diedrichg NAS ty with the FreeNAS Member Since Dec 4 2012 Messages 623 Message Count 623 Likes Received 61 Trophy Points 28 diedrichg Sep 20 2015 datarimlens said Hi Dave likewise with full respect there is a reason why I pointed this out 1 Of course one could blame the display resolution With my suggestion however one may become less dependent on such minutia as display resolution or browser setup 2 The issue occurs with different browsers I uploaded snapshots with updated Firefox and IE There is also no separator that may hint at more hidden icons 3 The issue is certainly graver in Firefox where an empty

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  • Samba update for FreeNAS 9.3.x | FreeNAS Community
    clients running win7x64 ultimate CIFS shares gearhead Sep 11 2015 1 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 Sep 11 2015 gearhead said Any plans to include Samba 4 1 20 in 9 3 x It only contains bug fixes so it should it be fairly safe How about Samba 4 2 x or 4 3 x Click to expand I think I read somewhere that 9 3 is going to stay in the 4 1 x branch 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 Sep 11 2015 2 Offline jkh Administrator Member Since Jul 22 2013 Messages 675 Message Count 675 Likes Received 290 Trophy Points 63 jkh Sep 11 2015 That is correct Samba is basically frozen in 9 3 jkh Sep 11 2015 3 You must log in or sign up to reply here Show Ignored Content Share This Page Tweet Your name or email address

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  • FreeNas 10 Nightlies - where to download latest? | FreeNAS Community
    Sep 8 2015 More important than the actual link it might be a good idea if http www freenas org download freenas release html was accurate in this regard such that others could find it intuitively dsiminiuk Sep 8 2015 6 Offline warri FreeNAS Guru Member Since Jun 6 2011 Messages 1 163 Message Count 1 163 Likes Received 47 Trophy Points 48 Location New Zealand warri Sep 9 2015 I agree You could raise a ticket on bugs freenas org that usually gets more attention of the relevant people than a forum post FreeNAS 9 3 1 x64 Fractal Design R2 Zotac NM10 DTX Intel Atom D525 1 8 Ghz 4 GB DDR2 1x 3TB Toshiba DT 1x 3TB WD Green 4x 3TB WD Red warri Sep 9 2015 7 Offline rogerh NAS ty with the FreeNAS Member Since Apr 18 2014 Messages 837 Message Count 837 Likes Received 72 Trophy Points 28 rogerh Sep 9 2015 Anyone who is sufficiently experimentally minded to consider the FreeNAS 10 nightlies can probably go to https download freenas org and look around and see what s there But I m glad the link to the 9 3 STABLE aka 9 3 1 STABLE has been mended again SpoilerTarget Show My FreeNAS system HP Microserver N54L 16GB ECC RAM 4 x 3TB WD Reds FreeNAS 9 3 release Boot device two 40GB Intel 320 SSDs in mirror One jail with MiniDLNA CIFS shares AFP TimeMachine shares separate FTP service rogerh Sep 9 2015 8 Offline victorhooi Newbie Member Since Mar 16 2012 Messages 50 Message Count 50 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 6 victorhooi Sep 9 2015 Our of curiosity what is the current status of Freenas 10 and the builds at http download freenas org 10 MASTER I believe it was

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  • Will FreeNAS migrate to NextBSD? | FreeNAS Community
    Supply SeaSonic Platinum Series SS 400FL2 Active PFC F3 400W ATX12V Fanless 80 PLUS Platinum Certified Case Fractal Design Node 304 sremick Aug 28 2015 1 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 Aug 28 2015 deleted FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE zambanini Aug 28 2015 2 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 Aug 28 2015 If FreeNAS migrates to a different OS that is up to iXsystems to figure out I m certain FreeNAS in general will still be a good NAS solution The next version of FreeNAS is based on FreeBSD 10 so even if the program were to make this change it s still years down the road To be honest so long as the program runs properly I could care less what OS it s based on I personally had a steep learning curve with FreeBSD being a DOS windoze person if there is another learning curve I ll get over that hump too I edited your poll to add one addition response hope you didn t mind 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 Aug 28 2015 3 Offline sremick FreeNAS Aware Member Since Sep 24 2014 Messages 153 Message Count 153 Likes Received 12 Trophy Points 18 sremick Aug 28 2015 https www youtube com watch v uCUsPnKD1gk Ahhh you added it to the poll too My eyes my eyes SpoilerTarget Show My System Specs FreeNAS 9 2 1 9 Motherboard ASRock E3C226D2I Mini ITX Server Motherboard CPU Intel Xeon E3 1271 v3 Quad Core 3 6GHz 8MB LGA 1150 CPU cooler Thermalright TRUE Spirit 120M BW Rev A RAM Crucial 16GB kit 8GBx2 DDR3 PC3 12800 Unbuffered ECC 1 35V CT2KIT102472BD160B HDDs 6x WD Red NAS 3TB IntelliPower 64MB Cache SATA 6 0Gb s 3 5 WD30EFRX RAIDZ2 Power Supply SeaSonic Platinum Series SS 400FL2 Active PFC F3 400W ATX12V Fanless 80 PLUS Platinum Certified Case Fractal Design Node 304 sremick Aug 28 2015 4 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 Aug

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  • Plugin in freenas about clustering. | FreeNAS Community
    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 May 7 2015 3 Offline Saira Member Since May 6 2015 Messages 5 Message Count 5 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Saira May 8 2015 Thanks CyberJock Actually i have opted this issue in my Masters Thesis that what are the parameters and requirements to enable High availability feature in Free Nas i know code does not exists thats why i need some guidelines that how do i contribute by writing the code and enable the feature I research on internet and came to know that many of other freebsd distribution support High availability so i need some direction that from where i can start writing code module that integrate High availability feature in freenas Saira May 8 2015 4 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 May 8 2015 Sorry that is far above what should be discussed in a forum setting If you are looking for High Availability then I d recommend you go with full fledged FreeBSD or call iXsystems and buy a HA system from them 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

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  • Clustering feature in FreeNAS | FreeNAS Community
    expand So there s a few possible ways to go about this and they re all ugly The RSF 1 strategy provides multiple head single pool read SPOF access A strategy based on HAST could provide a solution that didn t involve a shared pool Etc jgreco May 8 2015 7 Offline Kewlmyst Member Since May 12 2015 Messages 5 Message Count 5 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Occupation System Administrator Location Brussels BELGIUM Kewlmyst May 12 2015 jgreco The RSF 1 strategy provides multiple head single pool read SPOF access Multiple head single pool has advantages amongst others Non Disruptive Upgrades It s not always just a question of preventing failures Regards Andre Kewlmyst May 12 2015 8 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 May 12 2015 Kewlmyst said Non Disruptive Upgrades It s not always just a question of preventing failures Click to expand Of course it s a disruptive upgrade It s just a matter of the specifics A true non disruptive upgrade is when another head unit is able to take over without any interruption For a ZFS filer that isn t possible One filer has to disable the service IP alias deactivate the services export the pool signal the secondary filer which then imports the pool activates the services and acquires the service IP alias This is disruptive You have to re establish client TCP sessions for NFS or iSCSI It may be a minimally disruptive failover which is good great even but let s be honest about what it is and not drink the marketing kool aid And a strategy based on HAST can have that sort of failover occur too with the exact same disruption profile so I guess I don t even really understand the point you re trying to make jgreco May 12 2015 9 Offline Kewlmyst Member Since May 12 2015 Messages 5 Message Count 5 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Occupation System Administrator Location Brussels BELGIUM Kewlmyst May 12 2015 I was just commenting on the fact that multiple heads and single pool can be a valid choice even if it remains a spof one advantage I mentioned was ndu which indeed is not achieved with ZFS HAST but does exist with other types of architectures outside the Freenas world But you are right this is the Freenas forum discussions should stay related to Freenas my mistake Kewlmyst May 12 2015 10 Offline MtK FreeNAS Aware Member Since Jun 22 2013 Messages 395 Message Count 395 Likes Received 22 Trophy Points 18 Occupation Web Developer Location NL MtK May 12 2015 jgreco said Of course it s a disruptive upgrade It s just a matter of the specifics A true non disruptive upgrade is when another head unit is able to take over without any interruption For a ZFS filer that isn t possible

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