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ASRock motherboard does not even load BIOS when OpenBSD drives connected [migrated]

I am trying to run an OpenBSD mail server on this hardware but am running into problems. I installed OpenBSD from the standard CD installer in a SATA CD drive plugged into the machine. This went ...
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Restoring AIX ufsdump on another Unix system

I've previously tried to restore from an AIX mksysb image (question here). I managed to find another set of nightly AIX backups that look to have been made with ufsdump: # mt -t /dev/rmt/1h rew # dd ...
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FreeBSD and tunefs(8): minfree option

The minimum free space threshold in FreeBSD is 8% which I think is too high. In a 1 TB Hard Drive, 80 GB of space is unusable. I need some more space in my hard drive. I want to reduce this ...
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FreeNAS ufs root fs bad, recover freenas-v1.db

I'm booting my FreeNAS from an USB stick. But it became bad and won't boot up. bad dir ino {X} at offset {X}: mangled entry I now attached the USB drive to a VM with FreeNAS to mount / or repair ...
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Increase size of multiple FreeBSD slices

I have a KVM virual machine running FreeBSD 9.1, with a typical one-partition layout with slices for swap, /, /tmp, /var, /usr. Now I need to upgrade that virtual server, beside others to a larger ...
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How to install a component on pfSense read-only file system?

I need to install a component to pfSense. But I can't create any files/folders as I get the message "Read-Only file system". Normally they are not supposed to be read-only, I'm running on a FreeBSD ...
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Updating OpenBoot PROM on Sun Fire v440

After i have updated ALOM firmware on Sun Fire v440, i decided to update OpenBoot PROM, but when i try to load the patch using boot disk /flash-update-SunFire440 i get: SILO Fatal Error: Multiple ...
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Mounting Solaris UFS partition on Debian(with FreeBSD kernel)

I have some disks that were being used on a Solaris system. The disks are formatted as UFS. I attached them to a Debian system (with FreeBSD kernel. Debian/kFreeBSD), but I cannot mount them. $ ...
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how to create ufs filesystem more than 2tb in solaris?

how to create ufs filesystem more than 2tb in solaris?
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Mount 'dd' backup via lofi

I've got a 9G backup from a dead Solaris machine (SS20) that I'm trying to mount via lofi in Solaris. It won't mount the entire image file and I'm not sure how to discover the partition layout so as ...
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Slow speed for UFS mounted drive in Linux

I have a disk that has Sun OS disk, (ufs filesystem). And I want to mount it in my debain machine with read/write mode. Since by deafult linux doesn't support write to ufs filesystem. I had to ...
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Is Apache stalled? /server-status shows over 240 requests like “OPTIONS * HTTP/1.0” 200 - “-” “Apache (internal dummy connection)”

Some details: Webserver: Apache/2.2.13 (FreeBSD) mod_ssl/2.2.13 OpenSSL/0.9.8e OS: FreeBSD 7.2-RELEASE This is a FreeBSD Jail. I believe I use the Apache 'prefork' MPM (I run the default for ...
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tips to delete huge - extremely huge no.of millions

I have around six million files (only files ,no sub-dir) to delete in UFS file system. Any tips to increase the performance?
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Assign a drive letter to a Solaris disk in a Windows box

I need some way to map a UFS Solaris drive (ie, assign a drive letter to it) while it is in a Windows XP box. I've found utilities that will let me transfer files from a Solaris disk to a NTFS disk ...
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Cannot create, nor delete a file with certain filenames on UFS under Solaris 10

We're having a problem where on (random) occasion a particular file cannot be created, nor deleted. The file does not exist, any attempt to write to it (even as root at the console) results in a ...