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File is different when read from NFS server

So I have a backup server we've been using for some time, it's a FreeBSD server running zfs and serving it over NFS. The export is simple: /backup/vm -maproot=root -alldirs. If relevant, that was ...
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XenServer 6.2: unable to detach NFS mount

We recently lost an NFS server. It was used to export a drive with ISO files for use in XenServer patching / updating / etc. The server has been replaced but the mounted drive can't be removed from ...
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Cannot mount external FreeNAS NFS on XenServer VM or Dom0

I'm hoping someone can help identify a problem or at least send me in the right direction. I've created an NFS share on FreeNAS. The server has an external IP. I can mount this on my Debian machine ...
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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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2answers
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XenServer/Center: Shared SRs for hosts not in same pool?

I would like to use the same SRs on XenServer hosts that are not able to be part of the same pool (because of not having the exact same cpu feature set, if I understand it correctly) in order to share ...
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Can reaching shared storage capacity prevent a VM from starting up in XenServer?

I have a VM installed on XenServer; it's drive is on an NFS share, which has just reached capaciy--could this prevent the VM from starting up?
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XenServer questions

my minimalistic configuration is composed of 1 storage + 2 XenServer in a pool. My questions: 1) Will HA work in this configuration? 2) What is better for HA, connection with the storage by iSCSI or ...