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FreeBSD jail and patch-levels

I am a newbie server manager and trying jails. It's too hard to configure it. So I decided to use ezjail utility. It seems working, but I got an issue. When I installed my FreeBSD box, it was ...
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FreeBSD XEN kernel not booting in XenServer 6.2

I have a XenServer 6.2 host, and I am trying to get a FreeBSD-9.1-i386 guest to run in PV mode. The installation of the guest is fine, but after a reboot with the new kernel the system does not boot. ...
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How to commit update to ports?

5.5.32 version of MariaDB (MySQL replacement) was released in 18th july but in FreeBSD ports we still have 5.5.31. What ways I have to commit this update to ports?
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mysql on freebsd makes 1GB binary log files every 20 minutes filling free disk space very fast

I have a problem with MySQL on FreeBSD. It makes a lot of 1GB binary files every 20 minutes and it's filling free disk space rapidly. -rw-rw---- 1 mysql mysql 1073741982 2013-09-14 18:26 ...
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How to use precompiled ports collection with pkgng?

I am trying pkgng to install postfix. # pkg install postfix Updating repository catalogue Repository catalogue is up-to-date, no need to fetch fresh copy pkg: Package 'postfix' was not found in the ...
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Disable syslog remote connections

I'm securing a server and closing all the ports that are not used, but i can't close the syslogd port, even worse I cannot find where the syslogd is called. This is what sockstat shows me: USER ...
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New rule to .htaccess file don't work on live site

I had to add a rule to the .htaccess file of existing site, which redirect some old images urls to the new ones. So, directly after the RewriteEngine On I added my new rule: RewriteRule ...
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PF, redirecting SSH to internal VM

I run a FreeBSD server with VirtualBox on it. There's a VM in there I'd like to contact via SSH directly using Port 20000. Client and FreeBSD server are connected through OpenVPN via tun. The ...
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syslogd filtering not working on FreeBSD

I am failing to get filtering by program or facility working in FreeBSD syslogd. I added local6.debug /var/log/test.log !testd *.debug /var/log/test.log to my ...
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FreeBSD portupgrade error: Packages are not yet suported

I'm trying to update one of packages that I installed earlier but I'm running into this error: # portupgrade -PP wget USING PKGNG Packages are not yet suported. Use pkg(8) directly. # uname -a ...
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ssh-copy-id in one line with password, possible?

I'm trying to setup an automated script in Ansible to set a new server, and i'm using ssh-copy-id to add the Ansible master server to the new server's authorized ssh keys. I created a script which ...
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Why can't I chown to nobody over nfsv4?

Server: FreeBSD 9.2-RC1, ZFS Client: FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE-p3 Filesystem is exported with "alldirs,maproot=root". On the client, I can chown a file to any user but nobody. client# touch foo client# ls ...
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HTTPD dies on FreeBSD if multiple connenctions are open from same client

I've asked this question on StackOverflow, but nobody answered, until yesterday... and the answer was a suggestion... to ask this here :). So... can someone help me with this : I'm new in networking ...
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FreeNAS/FreeBSD: How to access status of ZFS volume from jail?

I am trying to set up NRPE to enable remote Nagios monitoring of a new FreeNAS 0.91 system. I mostly have this working. I can connect and inquire about basic information like number of processes, ...
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How to bridge Network interfaces on Debian/kFreeBSD

I have had problems finding a way to bridge network interfaces on Debian/kFreeBSD. My primary goal is to create 2 - 4 tap interfaces and bridge them with two physical Interfaces. The Syntax in ...
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ZFS Reporting (on FreeBSD and Linux via ZoL)

As a longtime mdadm user is was just experiencing a disk error and remembered that I configured a Auto Mail reporting for mdadm on disk errors. Therefore i just had to insert my Mail address inside ...
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how to access physical memory in BSD platform from terminal or using any system call ?

i just not know how to use mem command in BSD to access physical memory or virtual memory to get the ACPI tables and their Address ....... $mem Enter mem command not found .... so what can i do ? ...
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How to read the address of the XSDT table, as provided by `acpidump`?

I want to access Physical memory in BSD. acpidump -t XSDT > xsdt_dump.asl it is giving: /* RSD PTR: OEM=ALASKA, ACPI_Rev=2.0x (2) XSDT=0x9aae8070, length=36, cksum=164 */ /* XSDT: ...
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Missing perl modules error for properly installed perl modules on FreeBSD 8.3, perl 5.16

Trying to run a Nagios plugin on 8.3-RELEASE-p3, I get the error: Missing perl modules: Net::SMTP::SSL I have rebuilt the ports for both p5-Net-SMTP-SSL and perl5.16. cpan -i Net::SMTP::SSL reports ...
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How to change rc.d startup order in FreeBSD?

My question exactly same as this question except I want to change services in FreeBSD. I made some research and I found rcorder command which gives full order of services with below paramaters. ...
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How can I get an integer output on BSD ping?

I am trying to perform a simple check on an integer value output from ping. In Linux this was working quite nicely, but the FreeBSD ping outputs a float value with percentage sign suffixed. ...
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FreeBSD Disable Serial Console from Bootloader?

I have a FreeBSD appliance (meaning I can't open the case or I will void the warranty) that was working well until I accidentally clicked 'Enable Serial Console' and rebooted... I went to plug in my ...
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how to mount extra disk in freebsd

I am trying to mount extra storage on my pfsense installation running in virtualbox. I have added an extra virtual drive and can see it attached when running fdisk /dev/da1. I want to mount it in ...
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FreeBSD - unexpected soft update inconsistency

I came into work this morning and one of my BSD servers is unable to boot properly. I can get into single user mode but when running fsck I get the error "unexpected soft update inconsistency" Does ...
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Configuring Proftpd users without system users

I'm running a web server with proftpd on FreeBSD 9. I want to add few ftp users to the server so they will have the option to upload files to their own sites. When trying to do it with proftpd i ...
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Freebsd change default Internet channel route

I have two Internet channel and Gateway on freebsd. When I switch channel with the command route change default chan2, the command netstat -nr shows changed default route. But traceroute shows that ...
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Mysql is not running

In my opinion this happens only because of rackspace build (Freebsd 9.1) root@office:/root # uname -a FreeBSD office 9.1-RELEASE-p4 FreeBSD 9.1-RELEASE-p4 #1: Fri Jun 21 04:11:23 UTC 2013 ...
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FreeBSD 7 syslog messages: “kernel: 15.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx too long” (or “too short”)?

I'm experiencing poor performance on an old FreeBSD system and the only anomaly I see so far are syslog messages of the form: Jul 1 12:10:50 myserverXXX kernel: 16.0ccdd219377c0d80 too long Jul 1 ...
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“GEOM_MIRROR: cancelling unmapped because of ada0”

Recently upgraded my FreeBSD install to FreeBSD 9.1-stable from the 9-stable branch. I have two SATA hard drives (/dev/ada0, /dev/ada1) in a geom mirror, with nothing between : [/dev/ada0, /dev/ada1] ...
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Cannot create zpool, how to get rid of intel raid volume?

This is a FreeBSD 9.1 amd64 computer. It has 5 disks installed. The ada0 and ada1 disks are used with a hw raid to provide the root filesystem: root@gw:/home/gandalf # ls /dev | grep ada ada0 ada1 ...
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Freebsd routing doesn't work

My FreeBSD 9.1 has 3 interfaces: de0 - Internet 1.1.1.45 de1 - LAN 192.168.1.1 de2 - DMZ which I have just added 1.1.1.43 default gateway 1.1.1.33 I have one host on DMZ 1.1.1.42 i have ...
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Freebsd 8.1 Samba4 smbclient returns NT_STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER

I'd like to setting up a NAS server and run Samba4 on it. When I'm runing this command: # smbclient -I 192.168.48.128 -L NAS_GROUP Enter root's password: Connection to 192.168.48.128 failed (Error ...
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Advice for inserting additional disks to a ZFS mirrored pool?

I am running FreeBSD 9.1 with root on a ZFS mirrored pool. At first the pool (labelled zroot) has a total of 1TB spanning two 1TB drives. Recently we have run into disk space issues in which the ...
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pf slows traffic extremely down

I am running a web and mail server on FreeBSD 9.1. The system is installed on a KVM vServer. Everything works fine - until I enable pf(4). My weblog becomes unconscionably slow. So does all the other ...
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Show mac-address table on custom interface in FreeBSD and Linux [closed]

On switches I can show mac addresses on any port by "show mac-address-table port X" Is there any way to do this on FreeBSD and Linux systems?
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Update FreeBSD ports to specific version/time [duplicate]

I know that i can use the command Portsnap fetch update in order to update the ports tree. My issue rises because i have 2 servers, one running php 5.2 (server a) and the other running 5.3 (server b) ...
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nslookup fails but ping succeeds for nonexistent domains

I have two different FreeBSD servers (different hosting companies), both exhibit this same behavior: They pick a specific IP address (216.239.120.238) for every domain that does NOT exist. nslookup ...
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Problems migrating ZFS pool from Openindiana build 151a7 to FreeBSD 9.1

I'm currently running Openindiana on ESXi with RDM access to the 2 disks in my ZFS pool. I used to run Ubuntu with ZFS on Linux but since ESXi 5.1 supports my hardware I wanted to move away from that ...
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Possible to disable “You have new mail in /var/mail/root”?

I would like to disable the mailcheck in FreeBSD 9.1. My login shell is BASH, so I have tried to add unset MAILCHECK in /root/.bashrc and /root/.profile, but I still get those messages. Question ...
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Upgrading server motherboard while maintaining 12 SATA ports

My office has been using a FreeNAS server that was built with desktop hardware. We use it for storing RAW photos (~50mb each). We have 3 workstations that access (browse, retouch, save) the files ...
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strange ZFS disk space usage report for a ZVOL

We have a 100G ZVOL on a FreeBSD 10.0-CURRENT host which claims to use 176G of disk space: root@storage01:~ # zfs get all zroot/DATA/vtest NAME PROPERTY VALUE ...
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Does speed of ZFS snapshot rollback depend on number of files?

I have tested a 10Gbit connection between two hosts to be able to read a 10GB file from host1 and write it to host2 using netcat, where the speed was 410MB/s. When I ZFS send/receive again with ...
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What does zfs receive -F do?

When I read man zfs for zfs receive I see -F Force a rollback of the file system to the most recent snap- shot before performing the receive operation. If receiving an ...
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pfctl in OpenBSD and FreeBSD

I've noticed that both FreeBSD and NetBSD have extra pfctl options: pfctl [-AdeghmNnOPqRrvz] But OpenBSD doesn't, it's missing around five of the extra options: pfctl [-deghnPqrvz] I would have ...
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calcru: runtime went backwards (FreeBSD) [duplicate]

I have installed a fresh FreeBSD 9.1 machine running in a virtual KVM environment. After some days of uptime I always see the following messages for various PIDs in the system console: calcru: ...
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How to redirect a packet to localhost in pf?

I am trying to redirect packets that are going to internal network to localhost of firewall. I wrote this rule but it doesn't work. int_net = "{10.0.0.0/24}" ext_if = "{igb0}" int_if = "{igb1}" rdr ...
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SVN via SSH not working on Windows with Tortoise SVN

I have SSH access to a FreeBSD machine which has svnadmin (and the rest of the necessary utilities) installed. svn is version 1.7.9 (r1462340). I am on Windows 7 x64, using Tortoise SVN 1.7.7. I have ...
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How do I non-interactively update FreeBSD system (and ports)?

Essentially, I am looking for a fully silent, non-interactive version of freebsd-update fetch freebsd-update install and portsnap fetch update
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How to install Apache and PHP by using only packages on FreeBSD?

Is there a way to install without compiling them through the ports? I installed Apache from packages and it works, but pkg_add -r php53 doesn't install mod_php5.so/libphp5.so. I experiment on FreeBSD ...
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FreeBSD drops connection on file upload

Very strange error, first I thought it related to PHP settings or nginx (both have all proper settings up to 1G limits and all timeouts are properly set), but then I checked with Ruby (Sinatra), and ...