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Dec
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accepted FreeBSD/FreeNAS: How to change group for multiple users?
Dec
3
asked FreeBSD/FreeNAS: How to change group for multiple users?
Nov
24
comment FreeNAS Web UI not responding
how do i do that?
Nov
24
asked FreeNAS Web UI not responding
Nov
22
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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awarded  Notable Question
Oct
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awarded  Notable Question
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Aug
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comment FreeNAS: terrible FTP speeds … what can we do?
Someone on the FreeNAS forum said we should add RAM and upgrade to v9.
Aug
12
asked FreeNAS: terrible FTP speeds … what can we do?
Apr
5
comment FreeNAS: “swap_pager: I/O error - pagein failed”
Oh, cr@p ... the server just crashed...
Apr
5
accepted FreeNAS: “swap_pager: I/O error - pagein failed”
Apr
5
comment FreeNAS: “swap_pager: I/O error - pagein failed”
I see ... so maybe that's why the GUI process was down. I had to restart it manually from shell. And we were getting errors related to CNID stuff for our AFP shares. AND I was unable to reboot the server via shell. Sounds like some of these processes were on/using the swap when the drive failed. Am I reading the situation somewhat correctly? My hope is that after a proper reboot we will be back to normal. I should wait for resilver to finish, then reboot, right?
Apr
5
comment FreeNAS: “swap_pager: I/O error - pagein failed”
@HåkanLindqvist I see ... so after the resilvering, the error might stop?
Apr
5
comment FreeNAS: “swap_pager: I/O error - pagein failed”
It's already filled up /var/log so that /var is "109%" full! Can I stop the logging somehow?
Apr
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revised FreeNAS: “swap_pager: I/O error - pagein failed”
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Apr
5
comment FreeNAS: “swap_pager: I/O error - pagein failed”
@HåkanLindqvist -- not that I know of ... it was pretty much a default FreeNAS install.
Apr
5
comment FreeNAS: “swap_pager: I/O error - pagein failed”
see zpool status above