Contact your iXsystems representative if you wish to schedule a time to configure failover. Do not attempt to configure CARP on your own as it will fail and may render existing shares or volumes inaccessible. Redundancy group: a group of hosts on a network segment which are assigned the same virtual IP address. The master responds to any traffic directed at the virtual IP address. Advertisements: the master sends regular network packets known as advertisements so the backups know that it is still available. The value is added to the advertisement interval in order to make one host advertise a bit slower than the other.
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Enter search terms or a module, class or function name. Introduction 1. Hardware Recommendations 1. ZFS Primer 2. Preparing the Media 2. Performing the Installation 2. Installation Troubleshooting 2. Upgrading 2. Virtualization 3. Initial Configuration Wizard 4.
Account 4. Groups 4. Users 5. System 5. Information 5. General 5. Boot 5. Advanced 5. Email 5. System Dataset 5. Tunables 5. Update 5. CAs 5. Certificates 6. Tasks 6. Cron Jobs 6. Rsync Tasks 6. Tests 7. Network 7. Global Configuration 7. Interfaces 7. IPMI 7. Link Aggregations 7. Network Summary 7. Static Routes 7. VLANs 8. Storage 8. Volumes 8. Periodic Snapshot Tasks 8. Replication Tasks 8.
Scrubs 8. Snapshots 8. VMWare Snapshots 9. Directory Service 9. Active Directory 9. LDAP 9. NIS 9. NT4 9. Kerberos Realms 9. Kerberos Keytabs Sharing Apple AFP Shares Unix NFS Shares WebDAV Shares Block iSCSI Services Configuration Control Services AFP CIFS Domain Controller Dynamic DNS FTP LLDP NFS Rsync SNMP SSH TFTP UPS WebDAV Plugins Installing Plugins Updating Plugins Uploading Plugins Deleting Plugins Available Plugins Jails Jails Configuration Adding Jails Using the phpVirtualBox Template Managing Jail Templates Reporting Display System Processes Shell Log Out Reboot Shutdown Help Alert Website and Social Media Forums IRC Mailing Lists Videos Professional Support Command Line Utilities Iperf Netperf IOzone
FreeNAS 0.7: powerful and not dead
FreeNAS is an operating system that can be installed on virtually any hardware platform to share data over a network. FreeNAS is the simplest way to create a centralized and easily accessible place for your data. FreeNAS is used everywhere, for the home, small business, and the enterprise. ZFS is an enterprise-ready open source file system, RAID controller, and volume manager with unprecedented flexibility and an uncompromising commitment to data integrity. It eliminates most, if not all of the shortcomings found in legacy file systems and hardware RAID devices. Once you go ZFS, you will never want to go back. The Web Interface simplifies administrative tasks.
Introduction 2. Installing and Upgrading 3. Booting 4. Settings 5. Accounts 6. System 7.