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FreeBSD 10.1 routing issues

I have FreeBSD based router in my campus. Trivial configuration for these types of routers: two interfaces, one of them looking to the outer internet, second - to the local net. In my local net ...
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nginx php-fpm not fully working

I'm using nginx-1.6.2_1,2 with php5-5.4.36 on: # uname -a FreeBSD X.X.X 9.2-RELEASE-p5 FreeBSD 9.2-RELEASE-p5 #0 r265974: Wed May 14 07:57:04 PDT 2014 root@X.X.X:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/R610 amd64 ...
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Samba server on CentOS sees shared directories, but no files visible

I have a very basic samba share for a development environment. There is a directory /var/www/ owned by www:www. All subdirectories are also owned by www:www. All users are members of the www group. ...
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freenas disc problems - smart error - how to repair zfs raid?

I have troubles with my freenas 9.2.1. It crashed today. Its running a fileserver on zfs jbod raid 2. I'm not sure what exactly causes the problems. The system is booting however reacting pretty slow. ...
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Disable dynamic routing in freeBSD

We have a FreeBSD load balancing server with Real servers in different VLANs. Sometimes we used to change the static routes of the VLANs in switches. While reverting back the static routes the Real ...
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How to print list of users and groups on FreeBSD?

How to print list of users and groups on FreeBSD?
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FreeBSD: netatalk3 daemon keeps restarting

I set up a netatalk3 / afpd daemon on my FreeBSD server about half a year ago and used it as networked TimeMachine for my MacBook Pro. Pretty much fire and forget. Then, beginning of this month, I ...
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Bridged Networking with bhyve and FreeBSD Guests does not work

I have a FreeBSD10 host with bhyve and the following IP-configuration in rc.conf: ifconfig_igb0="inet X.X.X.146 netmask 255.255.255.0 broadcast X.X.X.255" defaultrouter="X.X.X.254" ...
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FreeBSD disk device names/targets on LSI SAS9211i (IT)

I have a machine with an LSI SAS card (8 SAS/SATA ports) with 8 drives that were initially named da1-da8. The numbering stayed consecutive (first drive -> da1, scbus3 target 0 lun 0, etc.) until I ...
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Extremely stupid FreeBSD mistake

I accidently did a echo "" > /etc/rc.conf on my box and I locked my self out completely stupidly tring to get the rc.conf back then rebooted making my self locked out.
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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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apache taking old openssl libraries when doing apachectl graceful

Due to heartbleed vulnerability I have recompiled apache with non vulnerable latest openssl(I had to keep old vulnerable openssl due to some dependency problem). It is running fine and when doing ...
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Redirection with natd flags on FreeBSD

I am trying to setup a basic NAT server. I want all traffic coming from the outside world to the NAT server to be redirected to another machine, where I have a lipcap service running to parse this ...
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m_split reverse operation for mbufs [on hold]

I need to perform an operation to combine two mbufs as a single mbuf pointing the complete data by both the single mbufs. For instance, if mbufA --> 0xA0 to 0xB0, and mbufB --> 0xB0 to 0xC0 and these ...
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Graphite: How to make historic whisper data available through web app

I've recently reconfigured my graphite setup from a single carbon-cache instance to several carbon-cache instances. As I needed to cook this up on a new host without bringing down the old graphite ...
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Understanding zpool status output

I'm having difficult understanding the output after running the zpool status command: NAME STATE READ WRITE CKSUM tank ONLINE 6 0 0 raidz2-0 ONLINE ...
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File name too long mount_nfs

I have a FreeBSD Vagrant box that looks like this: # -*- mode: ruby -*- # vi: set ft=ruby : VAGRANTFILE_API_VERSION = "2" Vagrant.configure(VAGRANTFILE_API_VERSION) do |config| config.vm.box = ...
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How to chroot VirtualHosts on a Apache server?

I have a FreeBSD server (company's OS of choice). Currently we run several websites on each of the webservers. Websites are in PHP which is run in Apache Module mode. At the Apache is not chrooted so ...
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How to install CMake on FreeBSD without Sphinx

CMake recently (September 2014 I guess) started to depend on py27-Sphinx port for its documentation. I actually don't use python on my server, but CMake builds and installs it and its 9 other ...
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port in freebsd

I think this is a very basic question but I need some understanding. What does a port mean in freebsd?
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My terminal returns ;5A;5D;5B;5C whenever I use CTRL+arrow

I'm using CentOS Linux release 7.0.1406 (Core) and I ssh into following system: $ uname -a FreeBSD X 9.2-RELEASE-p5 FreeBSD 9.2-RELEASE-p5 #0 r265974: Wed May 14 07:57:04 PDT 2014 ...
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ZFS volume as ISCSI target

I'm looking into ZFS and using FreeNAS for ZFS management and have the following question: Do the ZFS advantages as deduplication, auto error fixing etc still work when creating an iSCSI target on a ...
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FreeBSD 10: NFS unable to export folder

I am unable to export a folder using NFS. /etc/exports /storage/test -maproot=nobody client /storage/test1 -ro -maproot=nobody client /storage/test2 -ro -maproot=nobody client The first folder ...
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Can the Dell PowerEdge T320 boot from a USB stick in hard drive emulation mode?

I am trying to install FreeNAS on a Dell PowerEdge T320. I've followed the instructions here (http://doc.freenas.org/index.php/Burning_an_IMG_File) to write the .img file to four different USB sticks ...
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Clear tcsh/csh history in FreeBSD 10.0

This is a little embarrassing but I'm unable to delete the root user shell history from a FreeBSD 10.0 server. The root user is using the default csh. I've tried the classic history -c command to ...
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SW ZFS vs. HW RAID controller

I run a FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE webserver, and I have 2 sata HDD on a HW RAID1 controller, but when I installed the OS, it won't do it on a ZFS filesystem (for mirroring as I intended to) but I was ...
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Disabling timer in ACPI on FreeBSD 10

My server is failing to boot because of what I suspect is an error with the timeclock in ACPI, so I'd like to try to disable it in the course of troubleshooting it. Per the handbook: ...
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LSI MegaRAID 9240-4i & RAID1 (mirroring) on ZFS filesystem

Exist any incompatibility between an existing virtual drive created on LSI MegaRAID 9240-4i SAS/SATA Controller with RAID1 and the ZFS filesystem? I tried to make mirror(2xSATA HDD 300Gb) on freebsd ...
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XenServer and ZFS via NFS

I'm trying to connect a NFS share to XenCenter. The NFS server is a ZFSGuru distro (uses FreeBSD). The zfs volume was exported like this: /sbin/zfs set sharenfs="on" temppool/share According to ...
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MySQL high CPU usage on small website

I have a small website hosted on a dedicated server (FreeBSD 9.2, MySQL 5.6.1 and php 5.5.5). The problem is that MySQL eats a lot of cpu resources even if the website have a few visitors. The ...
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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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Ipfw forward from table to IP

I try to forward on FreeBSD all requests on port 80,443 from clients in some table to one IP. ipfw add 80 fwd ip from "table(10)" dst-port 80,443 to x.x.x.x:80 So, not working... What i did wrong?
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ZFS backup advice with another server

I currently have two servers both have the exact same hardware, disks, etc. One server (server1) is going to be the "main" server. It's basically a server with raidz2 that has SMB shares on it that ...
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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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Resilvering for data transfer?

I currently have a production server with four drives in raidz2 and a backup server that is identical in configuration and hardware. I'm currently doing a transfer of data using rsync between the ...
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FreeBSD pre-mount script for gnop device?

How do I run a script in FreeBSD before filesystems are mounted? I want to install a gnop device and mount it (no, not for ZFS). Is there any canonical place where I can put a gnop create ...?
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IMAP proxy setup to allow use of IMAP IDLE?

First-time poster, long-time lurker/reader. Sorry for the obscenely-verbose question...I intended to keep it more concise. Also, sorry about the links not being "actual" links -- I don't have the ...
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PF redirect rule: how to limit the rule to specific user

I was trying to setup a PF redirect rule to force all web traffic from a specific user account to go through a web filter on a shared computer. With iptables, I can use --uid-owner option to limit ...
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ZFS Sync over unreliable, slow WAN. ZFS replication, or rsync?

I've been tasked with making an off-site backup work over the WAN. Both storage boxes are FreeBSD based NAS boxes running ZFS. Once or twice a week, 15-60 gigs of photography data gets dumped to the ...
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FreeBSD L2TP/IPsec not routing traffic to vpn server

I have configured a VPN server on my FreeBSD server, it all seems to be running, but the VPN traffic is not routing through to the local VPN server and I cannot figure out as to why. So my question ...
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Forcing Apache 2.4 to cache files with query string using mod_cache without expires

I need to get mod_cache_disk to cache a site containing query strings. The issue is that it's a vendor product on IIS that we're trying to cache through mod_proxy and it does not contain expires ...
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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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Dummynet Filtering not working on FreeBSD 10

I am trying to do network emulation using dummynet in FreeBSD 10. I have this working in 9.3 however things must have changed and I cant determine exactly what but my setup no longer works. I have ...
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UFS wedge : “Out of journal space!” - how to tune? (FreeBSD)

I'm running FreeBSD 9.2p13 with UFS and journaled softupdates. Does anybody know how to tune softupdates journal on UFS? There are no suitable information in handbook, man pages or sysctl ...
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openVPN on another IP

I had a working OpenVPN on my server, and it was working fine, redirecting traffic to the/from the internet, but when i have found that the traffic to the services on this server not routing through ...
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FreeBSD Ports: How can I see all dependencies for a port, and all subdependencies for those dependencies?

I'm trying to build a port which depends on apache-ant. I thought I could run make build-depends-list to see all dependencies required by this port: # make build-depends-list ...
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Why doesn't portmaster check port architecture when make errors out?

I discovered that portmaster java/openjdk6 proceeds to compile/install while make install clean in /usr/ports/java/openjdk6 errors out and says the armv6 arch is unpresent in the port? Why? ...
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booting FreeBSD 9 from USB stick: boot error

I am trying to boot FreeBSD 9 from a USB stick that I created following the official guidelines: dd if=FreeBSD-9.0-RELEASE-i386-memstick.img of=/dev/da0 bs=64k Booting fails with a simple 'boot ...
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add a directory inside freebsd jail

Not sure if this is correct, but i have now installed freebsd 10 on top of ZFS with jails and have created a jail for Mongodb. For the data files I used the following: zfs create -o atime=off \ ...
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gstat output on FreeBSD: does it show an average over time?

When you run the gstat command on FreeBSD to get information about i/o performance, you can pass the -I (interval) option to change the default interval from 1 sec to some other time frame. My ...