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FreeBSD load splitting and failover with 2 WANs (dynamic routing)

I have a freebsd server (ipfw, dhcp, dns) with one LAN interface and 2 WAN interfaces (2 different ADSL lines). The WAN interfaces (re0 and re1) are aggregated into one lagg0 failover ...
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setting up freebsd kerberos key server windows client log in musts

Very few texts talk about a unix key server a client windows (lets say XP) to authenticate. The texts that I have read will mention this topic but more or less skip the details. When setting ...
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Option 82 and dhcpd. “No free leases” for second computer

There is DHCP server in network (isc-dhcpd-server-3.0 on FreeBSD 7.2) than gives one IP per switch port to every user via Option 82 The problem appears when user disconnects one of his computers and ...
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Is there any reason to upgrade from FreeBSD 6.x?

I currently run FreeBSD 6.x, and everything is running smoothly. Is there any reason for me to upgrade to 7 or 8 when it comes out? Am I missing any hot new feature, that I would just have to have?
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How to check who is logged in on jail?

Is there an easy way to check who is logged in on any jail?
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How to enable gjournal on FreeBSD after upgrade from 6.x?

We have one server that was upgraded via buildworld etc. from FreeBSD 6.4 to 7.2. As you know one of the best new features in 7.* freebsd's branch is gjournal, but it seems to me that it is impossible ...
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Dual WAN failover issue with squid and bind on FreeBSD

When we route http or Https traffic over our backup T1 our squid proxy server stops being able to reach anything. This has worked in the past, however we recently replaced the T1.(mere hours ago) ...
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Source based distros vs Prebuilt package based distros

I wonder what is the general preference and where does it come from. Having used FreeBSD actively for a couple of years I'm leaning towards Gentoo, but I've had an unpleasant experience of wasting ...
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OpenCMS throwing Java Exception on TomCat Start

The Setup:- OpenCMS running on TomCat5.5 System running on FreeBSD with the DiabloJVM The OpenCMS system was working then after a restart of TomCat it stopped loading. The Database server ...
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Forward traffic between hosts

Please suggest the easiest way to forward all connections from host:port(external interface) to host2:port(external interface) When i use ssh -L local_port:remote_host:remote_port -N -l user ...
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Network monitoring tool for FreeBSD [closed]

I am using FreeBSD 6.1 as router. Now I looking for Network Traffic Monitoring software to see what's happening with internet link. I have two installed LAN cards in my system, one for lan and other ...
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Gjournaling a general purpose server on small network

I have a general purpose (mail, web, file, etc) server running on a small mixed (Windows/FreeBSD) network. I'm not pleased with how I laid out the disk originally and since it's rather out of date ...
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Change default crontab editor to nano in FreeBSD

When I edit the crontab using crontab -e it opens the crontab in vi. I'd prefer it to use nano. How can I change this? EDIT: For some reason the export command returns command not found. And ...
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How can I prevent denyhosts from adding the same host to the denied file over and over

I am using denyhosts on my FreeBSD (6.2) box, and everything appears to be working fine, except denyhosts keeps adding the same 4 hosts to my denied file over and over. eli18.internetdsl.tpnet.pl ...
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FreeBSD jails vs virtualization performance

I'll soon buy myself a nice server (something like the quad-cpu HP DL585) for personal use (home related stuff, data-mining projects, web server and some cron jobs), and I wonder how to separate all ...
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MySQL NDB Cluster on FreeBSD 7.1

Got a problem with a MySQL Cluster, All the nodes connect fine to the ndb management node, however when I try to create a table on one of the nodes it returns this error : mysql> use foo; Database ...
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cpulimit for FreeBSD

Does any one know of an equivalent of the GNU/Linux utility cpulimit for FreeBSD? I'm not talking about process niceness or setting limits on a user account, but actually limiting the percentage of ...
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How can I adjust subversion repository file permissions automatically for use w. Apache/DAV?

I've set-up a subversion server accessible with Apache/DAV and after screwing up the repositories file permissions a couple of days ago I started wondering if there's a better way to do this than the ...
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Fix missing library on FreeBSD

When starting samba on my FreeBSD machine, I get an error that says /libexec/ld-elf.so.1 : Shared object "libgcrypt.so.15" not found, required by "smbd" It is essential to say that I somehow ...
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Problem installing ntop on FreeBSD 6.2

I'm following the instructions at http://www.ntop.org/download.html. At some point during the ./configure phase of the install, I get this error message: configure: error: Unable to find RRD at ...
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Why does slice C or slice 2 cover the entire disk

Something that I was discussing with a couple of friends and we were unable to figure it out. In FreeBSD and OpenSolaris/Solaris when you partition a drive a partition is created that covers the whole ...
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How to Find a file in FreeBSD

I'm trying to locate all copies of example.filename on my FreeBSD server. What's the best / easiest / most efficient way to do this?
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How to install Java JRE on FreeBSD with as few dependencies as possible

I've been trying to get Java working on my FreeBSD 7.1 server. I just want the runtime, since the JDK drags all kinds of unnecessary dependencies with it, and I just need it to run a jar file ...