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Mount NFS directory as read-only for certain users

I have a server fileserver. Fileserver has an NFS export active that is called share. I have three users that need ssh/sftp access to share through a remote computer fileaccess: user1,user2, and ...
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splitting crontab into several files under FreeBSD

Using FreeBSD 9, I would like to know what is the good way to split /etc/crontab into several files. For example, I would like to put all postfix related jobs in /etc/cron.d/postfix, all logrotate ...
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How to apply patches to phantomjs port in FreeBSD 9?

I have installed FreeBSD 9 and I need to install phantomjs. It is available in /usr/ports/lang/phantomjs but the version is 1.0 while I need a more recent version. There is a patch to update to ...
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FreeBSD encryption concept: automatic boot without password or key, when mounted by another system?

Recently, i installed FreeBSD for work and geli for encryption. (Full disk encyrption without boot partition.) When I finished getting it setup, I found that every time it boots, I need to enter the ...
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Internal traffic card and external traffic cards on the same server… how to configure?

This might sound like a noob question, but here is what I have to configure: FreeBSD 1 server with 2 network cards 1 network card for internal IP addresses (5 of them) 1 network card for external IP ...
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freebsd-update for live installation (8.2 to 8.3)

At the end of this month, our FreeBSD 8.2 installation will no more be supported by the FreeBSD Security team. I'd like to use freebsd-update since it looks the more convenient way to update the ...
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Any high-level and cross-platform wrappers for security event auditing

There exists some high-level wrappers for system file events, for here it is an example of usage of Listen ruby gem: Listen.to('some/path', 'some/another/path', :filter => [/\.tmp$/]) do ...
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syslog-ng show errors every time start

everyone! After i install syslog-ng in my freebsd9.1 and use it for my log systerm. Every time i start it there display an error: Error opening plugin module; module='afuser', ...
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6* HDD ,2*SSD, Freebsd, Raidz2 or hardware R6? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Does ZFS replace the need for hardware/software RAID? I want to install Freebsd 9 on our servers. We have 6 HDD and 2SDD. SDD will be used for database. For now we're ...
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Networking between openvpn and pptp clients

Long uptime to everyone! OS FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE, pptpd-1.3.4. Network: em0 1.2.3.4 - external interface and ip tun0 10.18.1.0/24 - network for openvpn clients tun1 10.18.2.0/24 - network for pptp ...
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Route ssh traffic based on hostname using FreeBSD/pf?

I have a proxy/firewall machine running FreeBSD 9, using PF to route and filter traffic as needed. Now I'm setting up a git server, which runs over ssh, but I'm already using port 22 for ssh. I would ...
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SSHing with the nobody user

I am on FreeBSD. Essentially, I am trying to have a php script (run by apache) ssh into another machine. I am running into the problem that nobody does not have a .ssh configuration file and so am ...
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HP MDS 600 compatibility questions

I've bought a used HP MDS 600 to use as JBOD to a ZFS filesystem. Originally I just assumed that it was a pretty 'dumb' box and I'd be able to use a SAS card like the 16-port LSI one, and most any ...
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How to install a certain version of Apache Web-server to FreeBSD?

I have a newly installed FreeBSD OS and I need to install an Apache web-server on it. Need it to test some software. But I need not the last version but exactly apache-2.2.17_1. How can I do that? ...
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KVM attach drive to FreeBSD guest

Im running FreeNas on a KVM guest. I need to add (attach) a virtual drive. I run: qemu-img create -f qcow2 morespace.img 10G virsh: attach-disk freenas /space/morespace.img vdb I restart the ...
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Server freeze on flushing ipfw

I got strange problem with ipfw on FreeBSD 8.2, the problem is when I'm trying to flush the ipfw , by the following command: /sbin/ipfw -q -f flush or /sbin/ipfw flush and then y My dedicated ...
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Can not establish connection after adding the IP Failover

I've bought an dedicated server some days ago, and now its time to setup some more IP failovers to handle my services, unfortunately, it seems like I can not access certain ports anymore if I'm using ...
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Hosting multiple private VPNs on PFSense

We are running PFSense 2.0.1-RELEASE and need to make the following scenario work: 1..n remote offices for company A need to connect to a private VPN (VPN server hosted in our datacenter). All the ...
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ping6: sendmsg: Operation not supported on FreeBSD

I'm trying to set up IPv6 on FreeBSD 8.2. I added to the /etc/rc.conf the following lines: ipv6_enable="YES" ipv6_gateway_enable="YES" ipv6_ifconfig_le0="ff00::2" and restarted IPv6: ...
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What's the best way to auto clean distfiles after using make/portupgrade in FreeBSD?

I'm playing with a FreeBSD installation inside a Virtualbox vm, and I want to keep the size of the image relatively small. How can I configure FreeBSD to clean distfiles after installing a port (using ...
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Apache not running from rc.d on FreeBSD

I'm using FreeBSD 8.3 and Apache 2.2. I didn't install Apache from ports, instead compiled it from source because I wanted to move the binary and configuration to a different path (I'm centering all ...
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What is the easiest way to upgrade my existing Perl 5.14 to Perl 5.16 on FreeBSD 9 using the ports system?

I use the ports system on FreeBSD. What is the easiest way to upgrade Perl using ports? I currently uninstall all of perl and it's dependencies. I'd think there would be a cool way to upgrade Perl and ...
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ftp.exe does not convert end of line characters while transferring to FreeBSD ftp server

I am having problems transferring a text file from Windows 7 using ftp.exe to a FreeBSD server. After the file transfer the end-of-line characters are not changed from \r\n to \n, Instead they remain ...
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Debian mirror syncing error

I'm running the Debian mirror syncing tool 'ftpsync' on a FreeBSD 8.2 system. I changed the script a bit only to adapt to the FreeBSD system (e.g., path of bash). And I followed the steps from ...
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Create a rule using shell in fresh pfSense installation to open up WAN access to WebConfigurator

I am in a situation where I require WAN access to be opened up to the WebConfigurator through pfSense because I do not have another node connected to the same network to access WebConfigurator from ...
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freeBSD9.0 autoinstall [closed]

Everybody, Hello! We use Freebsd9.0 for our workstation. Everytime, we start a new machine. We must install freeBSD manually. And what we want just autoinstall it. That is, we insert the installation ...
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freebsd dmesg has a lot of “Limiting icmp unreach response from 1293 to 200 packets/sec”

I has a simple freebsd 9.0 machine.But everytime i start my freebsd and use command dmesg. There aren't any hardware information there but full of "Limiting icmp unreach response from 1293 ...
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Resource consumption of FreeBSD's jails

Just for curiosity. An example machine: an dedicated amd64 server with the last stable version of FreeBSD and UFS for the partitions. How much resources consume FreeBSD for each empty jail? I mean, I ...
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freebsd-update from 8.3-RELEASE to 9.0-RELEASE: How to deal with dozens of diffs?

I am upgrading a FreeBSD 8.3-RELEASE system to FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE using freebsd-update. This is my first time performing a major version upgrade in FreeBSD. At one point in the process, ...
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freebsd/vsftpd: file size greater 64kb upload not completing

For very few customers, we are having problem in uploading any file greater then 64 kb. The server OS is FreeBSD running vsftpd over ssl. When we move these customers to a ftps server hosted on ...
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Change apache22 in FreeBSD 8.2 from itk to apache22-worker (or prefork, event)

Can I simple remove apache22 and install apache22-worker? I has ispmanager hosting panel with existing apache configuration (some vhosts, working as nginx backend), does all that config files will ...
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FreeBSD slow transfers - RFC 1323 scaling issue?

I think I may be having an issue with window scaling (RFC 1323) and am hoping that someone can enlighten me on what's going on. Server: FreeBSD 9, apache22, serving a static 100MB zip file. ...
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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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Does ZFS replace the need for hardware/software RAID?

I want to provide protection against data loss on my servers. Typically, I'd use hardware RAID 1 or 5, but I've been reading up on ZFS. Is it correct that ZFS itself provides RAID 1 or 5 like data ...
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Postfix logs missing information on delivery status (postfix/smtp message)

I noticed a problem with postfix logs, that information on some of emails delivery status is missing. The issue affects about 1% of emails. "Healthy" log: <server># grep 8EB992EFBB44 ...
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Join multiple filesystems (on multiple computers) into one big volume

Scenario: Have 10 computers, each have 12x2TB HDDs (currently) in raidZ2 (10+2) configuration, so, in the each computer i have one approx. 20TB volume. Now, need those 10 separate computers ...
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How can I get VirtIO network drivers working on FreeNAS or NAS4Free KVM host?

I'm trying to run either FreeNAS 8.0.4 or NAS4Free 9 as a KVM guest on my Ubuntu 12.04 (server) but the network connection is unusably slow in either guest OS (when testing with rsync for example the ...
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FreeBSD jails access

I want to run an application inside jail so that allowed uses can only connect to the jailed env (application) and nothing else on my box. But they need to be able to connect to the jail over the ...
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Redirecting port 80 requests to local web server with IPFW

I'm setting up a freebsd router and want certain IPs on my network to be forwarded to our local webserver if they make port 80 requests. An example would be - banned user tries to surf the web, but ...
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Should pam_mkhomedir go in /etc/pam.d/login , sshd or system-auth?

I want to enable pam_mkhomedir.so for users who authenticate to our system. I want a user's home directory to be created when they SSH into the box. One common convention seems to be to put ...
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FreeBSD - monitor aggregate bandwidth of individual local network devices

I'm looking for ways to monitor the Internet usage - the total amount of data transferred - of individual devices on my network. I'm using FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE with pf for filtering and NAT. I'm not ...
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How do I find out my CD ROM hardware specifics on FreeBSD?

I can usually use dmesg soon after bootup to display hardware info that my kernel loads. After my system has been up for a while however, dmesg no longer produces anything of value concerning ...
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PHP5 OCI8 FreeBSD

I'm running a FreeBSD server with Apache and PHP 5.3. I'm trying to get the Oracle DB extension (OCI8) running with PHP but I can't find a port or anything for it. Half of the Internet says it's no ...
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OSPF routing (quagga) FreeBSD. Routing tables doesn't change. Help please

I have a problem with my lab work. I need to provide network routing with ospf. My Net has the following layout: So... When I start 3 virtual machine with all working interfaces, everything is ok - ...
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How to filter out “bad-len 0” packets with tcpdump?

When I listen internal network interface of router on freebsd, I get outputs like this 10:36:02.372026 IP 192.168.1.11.8888 > 192.168.1.2.49831: Flags [.], ack 1097, win 65050, length 0 ...
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Which process is eating my hard drives?

Today, after I logged in with ssh, I see a lot of lag on my FreeBSD server. Something is eating 100% of my both hard drives (RAID1 with gmirror). systat -vmstat 5 users Load 0,06 0,16 ...
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Will dropping only SYN packets improve or decrease firewall performance?

I'm setting ipfw, and the following was suggested to me: If I make the rule only to drop SYN packets for TCP, no connection could be established and the firewall won't even have to look at other ...
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FreeBSD vs. Illumos [closed]

I am using FreeBSD since some years now for server use and archlinux for desktop. I really use many features of FreeBSD (ports, zfs, jails, pf, ...) now I read about Illumos an OpenSolaris derivate. ...
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FreeBSD Jail own network stack with vimage

I want to throw all services from the host system and put them in jails. Unfortunatly this doesn't work for file sharing (e.g. nfsd) because the jails don't have there own network stack by default. I ...
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DHCPD on FreeNAS?

I've got a FreeNAS install I've been using for a while, and wanted to set it up to serve as a network boot server. I downloaded and installed the isc-dhcpd-server, configured the tftp+iscsi+etc ...