Now the only work comes in configuring the OpenSolaris iSNS server with initiator/target. Implement ZFS Volumes on the backend, and leverage the capability of ZFS snapshots. FreeBSD Misc (2) *FreeBSD. When I ran ‘cfgadm -al’, I noticed that the FC adaptors were not visible in the cfgadm.
Although Solaris Zones, coupled with ZFS & Xen should be a clear winner, you’ll find out. And I’ve just installed it on a DL385 with a 1. This version is SO MUCH. Next you can set the target to NBD and point it to your proxmox server, and set the port. 7 TB FC NAS.
I need some help in working with the IB cards, to ensure I didn’t miss something along the way. The cards I have are the 448397-B21 HP INFINIBAND 4X DDR cards. I don’t believe they are defective, as all three show up and the driver installed fine on Server 2016, but still in the unplugged status as I am thinking its in IB mode and not Ethernet. Hi Don, I wanted to know how can I contact youI wasn’t able to find it.
I can’t run CrystalDiskInfo (doesn’t support ‘attached storage’) so I had to run HD_Speed. I feel like I am doing something wrong. How is it that your SATA array is actually outperforming my fancy EMC SAN “powerhouse”. I am trying to avoid buying more EMC SAN storage – because frankly, it costs too much and the administration is absolutely miserable (give me FreeNAS – PLEASE). But I can make it use 4k blocks and compare figures. I would like to build another, but I need to justify my reasons. If not with my comparisons, with my network configuration. While you are getting 52MB without caching, I am getting 25MB on my EMC SAN – fiber attached drives. Hello Don, many years ago I built a crummy “sync” server using five 1TB drives and it turned out to be pretty useful (still dumping things to it 5 years later. I am trying to compare your specs to my fibre attached EMC SAN drives, and the figures just don’t add up.
3 released while we were running benchmarks on the ZFSBuild2012 system. With our ZFSBuild2012 project, we definitely wanted to revisit the performance of FreeNAS, and were fortunate enough to have FreeNAS 8. It is obvious that the FreeNAS team worked on the performance issues, because version 8. 3 of FreeNAS is very much on par with Nexenta in terms of performance (at least when doing iSCSI over gigabit Ethernet based benchmarks).
MSU (RSAT by examples) files would no install. -Windows 10 updates (for windows insiders) were not detected anymore. NET Error Reporting SHIM” would take 20% processor each. I got stuck at 14342 even thought 14352 and 14362 were released. -Samsung 850 Pro which have a normal 100 000 IOPS dropped at 14 000 IOPS
-Windows Event viewer was in error and no logs were available at all saying : “The query is too long”
-Windows 10 was not able to boot by itself. It has to go trough 3 wrong boot to provide me recovery options where I could just click “Continue to Windows 10” and then obtain my desktop. -2 distinct process named “Microsoft. The thing is it was doing this systematically at every reboot or power on. Then, A LOT OF PROBLEMS started to appears and they were system wide, event if the ReFS drive was not directly involved or even disabled (SATA-1) in the bios :
-VSS stopped to work at any level
-CPU will often be at 90% of capacity.
It is specifically designed for TrueOS® and FreeBSD, but has also been ported to many other BSD and Linux operating systems. The Lumina Desktop Environment (Lumina® for short) is a lightweight, XDG-compliant, BSD-licensed desktop environment focused on streamlining work efficiency with minimal system overhead. It is based on the Qt graphical toolkit and the Fluxbox window manager, and uses a small number of X utilities for various tasks, such as numlockx and xscreensaver.
While in Tor mode, the firewall redirects all outgoing port 80 (HTTP), 443 (HTTPS), and DNS traffic through the Tor transparent proxy network. Tor mode uses Tor, socat, and a built-in script which automatically creates the necessary firewall rules to enable and disable Tor mode at the user’s request.
Am I better off just doing something like a standard EXT4 or XFS RAID in Ubuntu. I would like a little bit of redundancy so I could loose one drive and not loose any data. Any help or thoughts you might have is appreciated. Would this type of setup work if I wanted to do either a 3 or 4 disk setup.
This script defines a list of services such as PCDM designated to boot by default on a desktop. It also defines what drivers to load on a desktop. Now there is no need to keep an extra overlay file to accomplish this behaviour. This is now accomplished when the trueos-desktop or trueos-server package is installed using sysrc or other methods.
I got to contribute 4 pages to the RCA on that, and it was ugly, to say the least. You can, of course, lose the entire SAN, but this can happen on large commercial systems about 9 months ago at work, we lost a Fault Tolerant, Redundant SAN with about 800 VMs worth of data on it, and in the end, recovered 22 VMs’ worth of data. They are two terms which are often used to refer to the same thing, but Redundant and Fault Tolerant are actually very different – and one certainly doesn’t imply the other. In your post, you talk about Fault Tolerance, but you ask about losing the entire SAN, which falls more in the realm of redundancy.
To use iSCSI in older. ISCSI Initiator and Target Configuration. ISCSI Initiator and Target.