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The MFI controller completely failed yesterday. I'm guessing this slowness was just an early symptom of that impending hardware failure.
FreeBSD 10.2 added tunable, vfs.zfs.spa_slop_shift, which controls how much space is reserved by default. Source: https://www.freebsd.org/releases/10.2R/relnotes.html#storage-zfs
Run the command show global status;, look for the Aborted_connections and Threads_created, if both values are high increase the thread_cache_size variable.
Check out the whole FreeBSD src tree, not just one subdirectory. The FreeBSD builsystem uses a lot of Makefiles which are including each other. Your build fails because one of the required Makefiles doesn't exist on your filesystem.
I got it, I had to create a MySQL user to be able to connect mysql> use mysql; mysql> CREATE USER 'web'@'10.6.6.6' IDENTIFIED BY 'password'; mysql> GRANT SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, CREATE, DROP, ALTER ON *.* TO 'web'@'10.6.6.6'; mysql> FLUSH PRIVILEGES; then from the web jail: # ezjail-admin console www root@www:~ # vi ...
I have a similar configuration with an AD joined server sharing from zfs, and have experienced the 'sleep' issue in FreeBSD 10.1 and 11.0, and several versions of Samba 3 and 4. I began to notice the lockup would occur mainly on changes to existing files, and not creation or deletion. After running very high samba debug levels, and catching a couple of ...
The message is normal because ALTQ is not compiled into the stock FreeBSD kernel. Unless you need to use ALTQ it doesn't matter. The start up of the firewall interrupts all current connections, including your ssh session, which stops responding. Just open another terminal and log in again. The original session will eventually time out. It's a good idea to ...
Does it mean that someone is using my username (MYEMAIL@example.com) to send spam? YES This log line was the proof of it. Aug 4 11:09:17 mail postfix/smtpd: 1AE3B7EC3D: client=unknown[184.108.40.206], sasl_method=PLAIN, sasl_username=MYEMAIL@example.com As you have permit_sasl_authenticated in main.cf, then you authorize anyone who knows your ...
The log shows that someone has obtained the password for the mail account MYEMAIL@MYDOMAIN.COM and is using it to send SPAM through the server. The entry at time 11:09:17 shows a successful SASL authentication from IP address 220.127.116.11 with username MYEMAIL@MYDOMAIN.COM. The entry at 11:09:30 shows reception and queuing of a message with sender address ...
That's how stable distribution releases work. They "lock" the version of the software in place, so that bugs aren't inadvertently introduced when you do a mass-upgrade to fix security vulnerabilities. If you want to track "the latest and greatest" of everything, you'll need to modify your list of package sources to include those package repositories where ...
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