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What is the ZFS ACL limit?

Does anyone know how many user ACL's ZFS can handle? With other words: for how many users can I set ACL's like this one for the same directory? setfacl -m user:test1:rwxpDdaARWcCos:fd----:allow ...
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Managing multiple linux\freebsd server? [closed]

I currently have 5 FreeBSD servers that I'm handling on my own. I just bought 10 more servers and I want to start using some centralized configuration system like Puppet. I was wondering if there ...
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mysqld - master to slave replication using rsync innodb, sequence number issues

I've read several of the related topics posted here, but I have not been able to avoid this innodb error. The steps I've taken to replicate data from a Slackware server - 5.5.27-log (S) to a FreeBSD ...
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sSMTP rewritting From field in emails

My problem is that whenever my server sends emails, the sender field gets overwritten. From: should be: Web Site Name <admin@mywebsite.com> But email is delivered to the address from: World ...
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Allow connection to certain port from specified domain

I got two domains, which are pointing on the same IP address, I can use both to connect to the server or certain port (TeamSpeak), the problem is that I would like the only one domain from those two ...
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How I can create a FTP-only account, in FreeBSD?

I created an account to be used only for FTP sessions: # adduser Username: test Full name: Uid (Leave empty for default): Login group [test]: Login group is test. Invite test into other groups? []: ...
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FreeBSD restore of /rescue

I'm running a restore from a previous backup of my FreeBSD system, and run into trouble when restoring / (excluding mount-points). The problem is that /rescue fills the / partition (to the extent that ...
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Any freebsd/PfSense realtime bandwidth monitoring tool?

i need to know if there is any Tool (specifically for FreeBSD) , through which i can get the Realtime network traffic usage of any Host/IP , and which should also run on Multiple interfaces as well? i ...
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FreeBSD 9 unattended installation: how to perform?

That is, like you do with kickstart on Redhat or autoyast in SuSE or jumpstart in Solaris? The OS docs do not seem to answer that simple question.
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How to configure jailed apache to be accessible on the network

I have jailed apache on freebsd on a private network with ip address 192.168.100.174, I have another apache server running on the host but it is configured to listen on its other IP addresses but ...
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Block Google requests to 16k using pf firewall

I'd like to block access to Google search using PF after the threshold of 17500 requests (connection established) in 24h, from a host running FreeBSD 9. What I came up with, after reading pf-faq is ...
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link aggregation in esxi5 + aggregation on the switch + freebsd9 = an aggregated link that do not work

i have a 6 port intel server nic. under the settings on ESXi5, i aggregated 4 of the ports. i have ZFSGuru running on the VM, which is based off of FreeBSD 9, iirc. this VM has two interfaces, an ...
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executing a command again once it stops (rsync, FreeBSD)

I started doing backups via rsync to a remote server. This works all fine and good but 40 gig take their time and as I get a dynamic IP it gets interrupted every day. So every morning when I wake up I ...
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FreeBSD Serial IO card installation

I am trying to install a PCI serial IO card on a FreeBSD 9.1 (Prerelease) box. I had no success during hours of work. I recompiled kernel using puc and COM_MULTIPORT options. No success. This is ...
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top process state column under FreeBSD

When running top interactively, I can see various words in the state column : nanslp, biord, select, uwait, lockf, pause, kqread, piperd, sbwait ... Some like nanslp or kqread are self ...
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Does NFSv3 respect ZFS ACL's?

NFSv3 of course doesn't support ZFS ACL's, but what will happen if I have the following setup?: +-----------------------------------------+ +-------------+ | FreeBSD ZFS serv1 ...
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Why is ZFS replication single threaded?

On my 8 core NAS I see only one core maxed out when ZFS replication over SSH is running. I would expect that transferring a snapshot would scale perfectly with the number or cores, as the snapshot ...
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Migrating ZFS from using partitions to using the entire disk

I have a simple ZFS setup that I've been running for a few years now. When I originally set it up, I created a number of partitions and created a zpool from a partition on each of my two drives, and ...
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Is there a way to make a 32-bit variant of port under an amd64 system?

Is there a way to make a 32-bit package variant of mysql-client, for example ? Because I need some libraries for some binary software, and it would be good to maintain them from ports instead of ...
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FreeBSD 9 (amd64) reboot/shutdown process is very slow

I have a Dell Poweredge 2900 III with FreeBSD 9 (amd64), the server uses mfi wich handles a raid10, I had to reboot the server, but notice that either when rebooting or shutting down the server, ...
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How can I make an alias expand to a list of recipients returned by a command?

I have an rarely used /etc/aliases entry vmailusers: :include:/usr/local/etc/vmailusers The /usr/local/etc/vmailusers file is generated by a cronjob executing ls /home/vmail | grep -v lists > ...
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SSH connection closes as shell fails to load

I have FreeBSd running with OpenSSH. I set up everything and the connection via SSH worked perfectly. Then I decided to get rid of some not used ports and I obviously uninstalled one that was used by ...
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How much overhead does ZFS have? [closed]

Adding a file system to a raw device of course takes up some overhead. The question is how many percent does ZFS take? And does overhead differ depending on the ZFS raid set? Update The purpose is ...
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Why won't FreeBSD reboot after a kernel crash?

Once in a while I get my server running FreeBSD 8.0 amd64 fail due to bad memory (incompatible with motherboard) modules. Each time it happens, the box stalls with the last note saying that it will ...
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Windows 2008 NFS, find command not working recursively on unix client

I have a Windows 2008 Storage server configured for NFS service. I am using a FreeBSD client to mount share from the storage server. Every thing works fine like copying, deleting files etc. However, ...
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Can't remove zfs log device from pool

I run a FreeBSD 9.0 server with ZFS pool version 28 and ZFS version 5. I had two pools with a log on ssd's two partitions. These pools was created on FreeBSD 8.2 with ZFS pool version 15, and ZFS ...
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How can I list when was all my installed FreeBSD ports built?

I have a FreeBSD 8.2-RELEASE system which I now upgrading to 9.0-RELEASE. In this process I need to rebuild all my ports installed. How can I list the date of last build for each installed port, to be ...
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FreeBSD Listen Queue Overflows - can't increase max queue size

I have a decently high trafficked FreeBSD Nginx server, and I'm starting to get a large number of listen queue overflows: [root@svr ~]# netstat -sp tcp | fgrep listen 80361931 listen queue overflows ...
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solution for an offline server

I'm trying to setup a development server at work that will ideally be able to test drive a couple of projects in PHP, Rails, or Django (not always running at the same time). I develop the apps locally ...
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Mounting fuse sshfs fails when invoked by Cron on FreeBSD 9.0

I have a remote server filesystem that I'm attempting to mount locally on a FreeBSD 9 machine via FUSE sshfs, and Cron for a backup routine. I have ssh keys between the boxes setup to allow for ...
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Mpd as pppoe server with authorisation by freeradius2

I install freeradius2, add to raddb/users: test Cleartext-Password := "test1" Service-Type = Framed-User, Framed-Protocol = PPP, Framed-IP-Address = 10.36.0.2, Framed-IP-Netmask = ...
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Uninstall last n of ports/packages

While compiling some port, I realized that it depends on 1000+ of other ports and will install forever until I die or my disk is full (my hdd is really small). I interrupted make install clean. How ...
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FreeNas 7.x - Create user via SSH

Hello i'm using FreeNas 7.x I need to access my webadmin-interface but i can't login with my credentials (that works with SSH). I've SSH Access, is it possibile to create a user (with access to ...
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recursive grep started at / hangs

I have used following grep search pattern on multiple platforms: grep -r -I -D skip 'string_to_match' / For example on FreeBSD 8.0, FreeBSD 6.4 and Debian 6.0(squeeze). Command does a recursive ...
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php5.4 + freebsd8.3+nginx can't get errors

I have a confusing behaviour. I can't get any error into log file or screen. I made a file index.php with content like this: "<?php a();".Normally, I will get message like this: "Call to ...
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FreeBSD 8.3 LATCH. After a few minutes, that connects the Internet

I installed FreeBSD 8.3 DISC1 production in VirtualBox. I'm trying to install xorg, Or another package: pkg_add -r xorg or cd usr/ports/x11/xorg && make install clean It starts the download, ...
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RAID 10 — still a little unclear on the concept [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What are the different widely used RAID levels and when should I consider them? I haven't had any trouble building mental images of the simpler RAID forms, but for some ...
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Is there FreeBSD-based equivalent of SmartOS or opennode? [closed]

Both SmartOS and opennode seem to do the same thing: take a kernel and basic OS installation add OS-level virtualization possiblity add true virtualization possibility add management SmartOS is ...
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Shell script to fix bad filenames? [closed]

I'm IT at my small firm; and, despite my dire warnings, everyone puts files on the server with awful names, including leading & trailing spaces, bad characters (including \ ; / + . < > - ...
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FreeBSD: How to know real file size on zfs with compression on?

I'm using zfs on my FreeBSD 9.0 x64 and pretty happy with it, but I find it hard to count directory real, not compressed, size. Surely I can walk over the directory and count every file size with ...
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How to monitor ZFS with SNMP in FreeBSD?

I'd like to monitor these with SNMP: zpool iostat -v 1 Per drive and sum. zpool status Scrubbing as 1 and not scrubbing as 0. zpool status -x Monitor $? (return value). Send trap when value ...
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How can I make exim deliver a single incoming mail to multiple local maildirs?

I'm maintaining an IMAP server running FreeBSD which uses exim 4.80 as its MTA. Right now I try to create an email alias so that I can address all users of the system for informing them about ...
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Symbolic Links and Multiple Mount Points

I am sure this may seem like a simple question, but I cannot seem to ask Google the correct question for the life of me. In short, I am having trouble understanding how symbolic links function when a ...
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Should I consolidate multiple identical VMs into BSD jails?

We run a number of Openfire XMPP/Jabber servers. Due to the way Openfire works, we cannot easily run multiple Openfire instances on one server, so I have 5 identical VMware ESXi VMs, each with CentOS, ...
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Does kern.hz still have any relevance in FreeBSD if “dynamic tick mode” is enabled?

I'm running a FreeBSD 9.0 setup as a virtual machine in a KVM setup. In previous versions of FreeBSD it was common to force the kern.hz setting to a lower value so that the virtual machine does not ...
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Has anybody tried to create a really big storage with ZFS and plain SAS controllers? [closed]

I'm considering to build one with something like this: http://www.supermicro.com/products/chassis/4U/847/SC847E26-R1400U.cfm (a chasis with two dual port multipath expanders) ...
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linux : netstat listeting queue length

Is there a way to view queue length on listening socket under linux, the same way as netstat -L outputs for freebsd? I.e. you can see X/Y/Z in netstat -L output, but netstat under linux doesn't ...
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Freebsd jail for an small company - checklist - what shouldn't forget

Looking for an checklist for an "small company freebsd/jail server". Having pretty common starting point: FreeBSD jail (remote/headless) for the company: public web, email, ftp server, and private ...
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Snmpd update interface counters slowly or something like this

I update one my freebsd box to 9-stable (totally new installation) and install net-snmp for monitoring. uname -r 9.1-PRERELEASE pkg_info net-snmp-5.7.1_7 Information for net-snmp-5.7.1_7: ...