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  • 1st Post - nic teaming | FreeNAS Community
    freenas2 Specs 9 3 RELEASE Pentium R Dual Core CPU E5300 2 60GHz 8GB ECC RDIMM Intel ICH8 AHCI SATA controller 6 x 3TB WDC WD30EFRX SATA RAID Z1 Marvell Yukon 88E8053 GbE Re imaged Netgear ReadyNAS Pro 6 depasseg Jul 14 2015 4 Offline depasseg FreeNAS Guru Member Since Sep 16 2014 Messages 1 530 Message Count 1 530 Likes Received 166 Trophy Points 63 Occupation Solutions Architect depasseg Jul 14 2015 And Ether Channel requires full support in the switch so I m a little confused by your last sentence I know of nothing that allows multiple NICs on a host to somehow merge into one without some form of Link Aggregation protocol being run on both the host and switch I would love to be wrong though freenas1 Specs SuperMicro SuperStorage Server 5028R E1CR12L Xeon E5 2637V3 128GB DDR4 2133MHz ECC RDIMM X10SRH CLN4F On board LSI 3008 Flashed w Avago v9 IT 12x 4TB WD Re SAS 2x Intel S3700 SLOG and L2ARC freenas1 expansion SuperMicro SC847E16 JBOD 45 drives connected via an LSI 2008 8e flashed to v20 IT 20 x WD Red 2TB 6 WD Red 3TB freenas2 Specs 9 3 RELEASE Pentium R Dual Core CPU E5300 2 60GHz 8GB ECC RDIMM Intel ICH8 AHCI SATA controller 6 x 3TB WDC WD30EFRX SATA RAID Z1 Marvell Yukon 88E8053 GbE Re imaged Netgear ReadyNAS Pro 6 depasseg Jul 14 2015 5 Offline MrChiZel Member Since Jul 14 2015 Messages 3 Message Count 3 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location United States MrChiZel Jul 14 2015 Well that may have been a bad example then I am indeed referring to the similarities to Windows 2012 Server and SMB you are referencing Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk MrChiZel Jul 14 2015 6 Offline depasseg FreeNAS Guru Member Since Sep 16 2014 Messages 1 530 Message Count 1 530 Likes Received 166 Trophy Points 63 Occupation Solutions Architect depasseg Jul 14 2015 OK In that case we are all waiting on Samba to implement SMB3 Multichannel http blog obnox de demo of smb3 multi channel with samba freenas1 Specs SuperMicro SuperStorage Server 5028R E1CR12L Xeon E5 2637V3 128GB DDR4 2133MHz ECC RDIMM X10SRH CLN4F On board LSI 3008 Flashed w Avago v9 IT 12x 4TB WD Re SAS 2x Intel S3700 SLOG and L2ARC freenas1 expansion SuperMicro SC847E16 JBOD 45 drives connected via an LSI 2008 8e flashed to v20 IT 20 x WD Red 2TB 6 WD Red 3TB freenas2 Specs 9 3 RELEASE Pentium R Dual Core CPU E5300 2 60GHz 8GB ECC RDIMM Intel ICH8 AHCI SATA controller 6 x 3TB WDC WD30EFRX SATA RAID Z1 Marvell Yukon 88E8053 GbE Re imaged Netgear ReadyNAS Pro 6 depasseg Jul 14 2015 7 Offline Allison 45 Drives Member Since Jul 16 2015 Messages 3 Message Count 3 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location Sydney NS Allison 45 Drives Jul 16 2015 Hi I m part of the 45 Drives team home of the

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  • Asynchronous Deduplication | FreeNAS Community
    not If you re serious there s already the fine example of Phil Karn s dupmerge I linked to above It s good old fashioned known to work UNIX tech But putting something like this into ZFS itself would be complicated jgreco Jan 6 2015 6 Offline jkh Administrator Member Since Jul 22 2013 Messages 675 Message Count 675 Likes Received 290 Trophy Points 63 jkh Jan 6 2015 I m sort of serious An offline dedup AKA dedup as offered by NetApp is one of those oft requested features that are much easier to request than to actually implement Since any paid ZFS projects are also far more likely to focus on more key enablers like Block Pointer Rewrite not that there are any such projects I m familiar with but I still hope that somebody out there might find an extra million bucks in between the sofa cushions to to toss at such a thing this will almost certainly never ever happen unless someone with an itch to scratch actually just goes and does it jkh Jan 6 2015 7 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 6 2015 If there was a fundraiser that required a million bucks and was for the OpenZFS team to implement block pointer rewrite I like to think they d get 100 funded easily Is this even a possibility though Last I read from the ZFS devs was that block pointer rewrite would be virtually impossible to implement today Is this not true 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 6 2015 8 Offline kayot Member Since Nov 29 2014 Messages 29 Message Count 29 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 3 kayot Jan 6 2015 cyberjock I wish I knew how to program either of these features I d totally do it though it would be painfully slow since I have no idea how to make a file pool system The best I can do is applications to handle annoying tasks I m only half joking when I say if someone puts together a massive kick starter I would volunteer to go back to college for the education and would write a new file pool system from the ground up with all the features of ZFS the ones that we all want The challenge would be finding cohorts that would be willing to code for living expenses tuition Back to the dedup issue I wonder how possible is it to tap into the file systems checksums and use those That would save time on the calculations for a program like dupmerge kayot Jan 6 2015 9 Offline jkh Administrator Member Since Jul 22 2013 Messages 675 Message Count 675 Likes Received 290 Trophy Points 63 jkh Jan 6 2015 cyberjock said If there was a fundraiser that required a million bucks and was for the OpenZFS team to implement block pointer rewrite I like to think they d get 100 funded easily Is this even a possibility though Last I read from the ZFS devs was that block pointer rewrite would be virtually impossible to implement today Is this not true Click to expand Nothing is impossible It would certainly be difficult however So much so I think it will be the great white whale for ZFS jkh Jan 6 2015 10 Offline emk2203 FreeNAS Aware Member Since Nov 11 2012 Messages 158 Message Count 158 Likes Received 7 Trophy Points 18 emk2203 Jan 15 2015 jgreco said What are you trying to dedupe Backups or other file level data If so use the traditional solution of something like dupmerge This does of course make certain assumptions about how careful you are with writing to your data pool especially that you never modify files but delete and rewrite them instead It is extremely effective if leveraged correctly however Click to expand I use rmlint on other Linux machines which gives more choices than dupmerge and is blazingly fast But I failed to compile it in a jail it s not in ports yet The author told me that he compiled it on FreeBSD 10 1 with clang 3 5 and that the jails use GCC 4 2 which is 7 years old and doesn t support the c11 standard Any idea how to use a more modern compiler or clang in a jail emk2203 HP Microserver N54L 5 x 3 TB Western Digital Caviar Red 32 GB USB Transcend 16 GB ECC Memory HP Micro Server Remote Access Card deleyCON 3 5 Bay FreeNAS 9 3 emk2203 Jan 15 2015 11 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 15 2015 I m not a compiler guy but you can t do a pkg install clang pkg search clang clang devel 3 6 r224537 1 clang33 3 3 9 clang34 3 4 2 3 clang35 3 5 0 3 Looks like clang 3 5 is in pkg ng As is GCC 4 2 pkg search gcc amd64 gcc 4 9 1 1 amd64 xtoolchain gcc 0 1 arm none eabi gcc 4 9 1 2 colorgcc 1 3 2 gcc 4 8 4 gcc arm embedded 4 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  • FreeNAS 10 questions | FreeNAS Community
    not give a reasson for this regarding the history of FN the original freenas project now falls nas4free had some dissussion about a fork about a debian based system but this has nothing todo with the ixsystem freenas today btw if you really on soem special kind of features the commercial part might be interesting for you TRUEnas FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE zambanini Apr 23 2015 4 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 Apr 23 2015 Thanks for your replies and your help guillaumesoucy Apr 23 2015 5 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 Apr 23 2015 The Debian thing was pre FreeNAS 8 0 and never materialized FreeNAS is going to be built on FreeBSD for the foreseeable future 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 Apr 23 2015 6 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 Apr 23 2015 that The devs are all FreeBSD weenies many BSD users aren t fans of Linux either So unless some company is going to buy out iXsystems fire all the devs and hire a whole new team of Linux guys to migrate FreeNAS to Linux or someone forks FreeNAS lol then there s no chance of FreeNAS moving to linux Several people have jumped in here and tried to start a fire by claiming they re gonna port the FreeNAS code to Linux but they die a quick death when they find out that it is non trivial to port the FreeNAS code to Linux 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 Apr 23 2015 7 Offline pirateghost Unintelligible Geek Member Since Feb 29 2012 Messages 2 736 Message Count 2 736 Likes Received 310 Trophy Points 83 pirateghost Apr 23 2015 Ericloewe said The Debian thing was

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  • OpenZFS Device Removal | FreeNAS Community
    able to remove a single striped drive to an existing RAID Zx because it s the big mistake people do 99 of the time So as it s a stripe this implementation will be ok or not 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 Apr 19 2015 4 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 Apr 20 2015 So far it only works if all vdevs are individual disks so it s still rather experimental academic 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

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  • Support for new apcupsd with modbus for USB on freenas | FreeNAS Community
    is located here http www apcupsd com My request would be a port this daemon to freenas system for since I and probably other people want to monitor battery temp expected runtime etc I guess this could be exposed as a 3rd apc smart ups settings for the NUT tools zeb78 Apr 13 2015 1 You must log in or sign up to reply here Show Ignored Content Share This

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  • Setting dataset quota through API | FreeNAS Community
    Jan 20 2014 Messages 4 Message Count 4 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 R0n1am Mar 3 2015 Unfortunately the API is really limited If you want the API to officially do your thing maybe you could try feature request If you really want to get it done there are include some very dangerous actions something you could do to work with thing you could do The best out of API of course would be try to simulate login process get the session and cookies information and then may be you could post the necessary information to you FreeNAS Well It is obviously just login GUI in programmatic way but I would say it is the best things you could do Well that s it if you want to stay safe R0n1am Mar 3 2015 2 Offline Andreas Haakonsen Member Since Mar 3 2015 Messages 2 Message Count 2 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Andreas Haakonsen Mar 3 2015 Thanks for your reply I was just checking out the possibility of doing it that way It seems the internal API of FreeNAS is returning JSON data which makes it easy to parse and handle Ofcourse through the official API would be the best but this would work Will definitely try a feature request Should not be too hard to implement Andreas Haakonsen Mar 3 2015 3 Offline R0n1am Member Since Jan 20 2014 Messages 4 Message Count 4 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 R0n1am Mar 3 2015 I have been studying the GUI and I found that although many page have use JSON some pages are rendered on the server side For example the page showing system information is already rendered as HTML which I feel kind of disappointed Anyway off topic Hope your implementation goes well R0n1am

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  • FreeNAS | Page 3 | FreeNAS Community
    Feb 14 2014 Replies 1 Views 279 SeaFox Feb 14 2014 File Search or Indexing Service victorhooi Jun 3 2012 Replies 5 Views 2 849 evilandy Feb 8 2014 FreeNAS 9 2 building additional kernel module David E Jan 27 2014 Replies 6 Views 1 132 David E Feb 7 2014 Server side copy tmacka88 Feb 2 2014 Replies 1 Views 560 dlavigne Feb 2 2014 RADIUS authentication fatticus Jan 30 2014 Replies 2 Views 1 157 fatticus Jan 30 2014 Re adding cache devices seems to hang zpool Enlightend Nov 30 2013 Replies 17 Views 1 935 Jano Jan 28 2014 Qos from synchronous writes no connection Jan 5 2014 Replies 9 Views 535 Ef57uiKnN6 Jan 27 2014 Replication Enhancement Progress reporting for community comment noprobs Jun 4 2013 Replies 11 Views 2 547 elangley Jan 25 2014 Plugin Upgrade Information Joshua Parker Ruehlig Jan 24 2014 Replies 5 Views 432 Joshua Parker Ruehlig Jan 24 2014 Locked zfs 4k disk alignment gui Rolfieo Jul 16 2013 Replies 8 Views 3 059 cyberjock Jan 16 2014 Feedback for FreeNAS documentation nor cal Feb 20 2013 Replies 2 Views 853 dlavigne Jan 14 2014 How to make a custom vdev module for FreeNAS 9 1 Markj Dec 21 2013 Replies 5 Views 449 Markj Dec 23 2013 Android apps underbara Dec 6 2013 Replies 2 Views 6 930 pirateghost Dec 7 2013 building freenas on freenas jyavenard Nov 28 2013 Replies 12 Views 1 314 jkh Dec 5 2013 Encrypt only some drives in a pool EEE3 Nov 29 2013 Replies 11 Views 781 Dusan Nov 30 2013 Showing threads 41 to 60 of 166 Thread Display Options Sort threads by Last message time Thread creation time Title alphabetical Number of replies Number of views First message likes Order threads

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  • FreeNAS | Page 4 | FreeNAS Community
    Nov 4 2013 Replies 1 Views 607 jkh Nov 4 2013 Custom installation image crom Oct 31 2013 Replies 3 Views 707 paleoN Nov 1 2013 Implementing PEFS Private Encrypted File System panz Oct 10 2013 Replies 0 Views 614 panz Oct 10 2013 OpenCL optimisation for AES encryption Hash and more troun Oct 10 2013 Replies 5 Views 1 172 troun Oct 10 2013 Using Filezilla FTP FreeNAS on DVR of CCTV harayz Oct 1 2013 Replies 1 Views 848 cyberjock Oct 1 2013 C programming Language and NAS Darius Sep 13 2013 Replies 4 Views 1 165 TheSmoker Sep 18 2013 Feature request TCP CC kernel modules Ivan Voras Aug 22 2013 Replies 5 Views 726 dlavigne Aug 22 2013 Installing python packages Chris Aug 16 2013 Replies 2 Views 2 783 Chris Aug 16 2013 FreeNAS future dev questions skidrash Jul 25 2013 Replies 3 Views 1 186 skidrash Jul 25 2013 beta to alpha reidara Jul 13 2013 Replies 5 Views 724 survive Jul 14 2013 Simplified management ghostwolf59 Jun 29 2013 Replies 6 Views 1 398 Travis82 Jul 13 2013 9beta VMWare iSCSI isses atakacs Jul 7 2013 Replies 3 Views 745 jgreco Jul 7 2013 Default Samba settings for a modern network Middling Jul 6 2013 Replies 3 Views 3 024 cyberjock Jul 6 2013 FreeNAS 9 beta errors ShinobiX9X Jun 25 2013 2 Replies 25 Views 4 086 beeph Jul 3 2013 zfs send and receive and use of bin dd in 9 1 noprobs Jun 29 2013 Replies 1 Views 805 William Grzybowski Jun 29 2013 Showing threads 61 to 80 of 166 Thread Display Options Sort threads by Last message time Thread creation time Title alphabetical Number of replies Number of views First message likes Order threads in Descending order Ascending

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