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This could easily done with rctl. You would run the ftp daemon with a unique UID and limit the number of processes to this UID. That's it. You may need to recompile the kernel with options RACCT options RCTL and than you can use rctl like this: rctl -a user:ftp:maxproc:deny=11 Have a look at man rctl and you will love it ;)
It's an old question, but I'll give it a try ;) This situation sounds like 'you have a slow drive' - but it's just a feeling without knowing more. To answer the direct question (finding the used files), do the following: Check if you have lsof installed which lsof, if not installed install it by pkg(_install) (dunno which FreeBSD Version you have). Then ...
This: user www www; worker_processes 8; And this: /www/vhosts: total 5 drwxr-xr-x 2 root wheel 3 20 Dez 00:10 config drwxr-x--- 8 root www 8 20 Dez 00:48 defaulthost drwxr-x--- 8 chris_www chris_www 8 20 Dez 00:09 example.com Without looking further, I presume your intent is to have nginx serve example.com from ...
The problem is that the clients didn't realise that the nfs server went away, so they're still trying to access the filehandle that was originally created the previous time they mounted the file system. Normally, rebooting the client is a sure way of making it remount the file systems. But if you don't want to do that, start by killing all processes that ...
It sounds like Apache has a dependency on other services which the firewall is blocking. Without knowing what applications you're running, it's difficult to give more exact info, but you're blocking access to everything on localhost which seems wrong. Start by commenting out all of the deny lines and make sure that it works at the same speed. Then slowly ...
You can fix this by updating the cygwin1.dll file.
I'm using following command in FreeBSD to get data through SSH tunnel: rsync -auv -e 'ssh -i /home/id_rsa -p 12345' user@host:~/path/*.gz ../
Generally, you can consult the contents of the /usr/ports/UPDATING file on how to deal non-trivial upgrades. Usually, it provides solutions for users that are using portupgrade, portmaster or binary pkgng packages. Here are the instructions from the 20130612 entry in the UPDATING file: ... Please rebuild all Perl ports and all ports that depend on it: ...
This is not something you need to so often. Mainly because there's no notion of online defragmentation in ZFS. That's really only possible by copying the pool data to another pool or rewriting to new storage. Strive to keep your zpools below 70% utilization instead.
Try portupgrade -f /var/db/pkg/p5*. This will rebuild all your installed p5* ports. portupgrade is not part of the base system. You can find this port in ports-mgmt/portupgrade.
I saw the message "MSDOSFS/mutilboot", so did you use grub2 for the installation? Have your ever see this article? http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/bsdinstall-pre.html#BSDINSTALL-INSTALLATION-MEDIA The memory stick image has a img extension. You should use that for your installation. And use the command to wirte the image file to ...
I had the same problem. Running any command throws this error message PHP Warning: PHP Startup: apc.shm_segments setting ignored in MMAP mode in Unknown on line 0 in my case the setting was in apc.ini under the path /etc/php.d/apc.ini I have updated the line "apc.shm_segments=3" to "apc.shm_segments=1" and it solved the problem.
After perusing the technical specification, it turns out that Intel S2600GZ has only the two AHCI SATA ports that work in SATA3 mode and the remaining 8 are only SATA2, unfortunately. So to answer the question, the server board is in fact not capable of running all the disks in SATA3 and it is not a problem with FreeBSD.
The apache24 package on FreeBSD does not ship with the mod_dir. Check if it is present in /usr/local/libexec/apache24, and if not, install apache24 from ports. Add LoadModule dir_module libexec/apache24/mod_dir.so to your httpd.conf.
are you allowing tcp/80 "new" connections? what port is apache listening on, and where should connections be accepted from? these rules shouldnt be causing any slowdown: 00200 allow tcp from any to any dst-port 80,443 in setup keep-state 00210 allow tcp from any to any dst-port 80,443 out setup keep-stat perhaps these ports are taxing on the ...
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