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The closest thing I can find is a setting in the NFS property, which is "Map all users to root - yes/no"I've tried it both ways. Re: Adding NFS Storage BDorroh Apr 18, 2008 8:03 AM (in response to kjb007) I just tried that and it fails.# mount -t nfs /mntmount: failed, reason given by Steve Sybesma posted Oct 9, 2016 at 9:23 PM Internet connection drops when... RJ says: December 3, 2009 at 09:52 Thanks Dave this solved my problems.!!!!

drwxr--- 10 mikey classroom 512 Mar 23 16:46 classroom if it says classroom classroom, mikey cannot get to it although classroom is listed as a group in mikey (via CIFS/SMB to http://communities.vmware.com/message/915551 Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 2. Now enter a description. Almost 50, anyway. "I Will Never Hire a ‘Social Media Expert,' and Neither Should You" Why I wish Amazon Web Services the best Categoroes Categoroes Select Category Community(89) Crossword(1) Customers(63) education(20) https://forums.freenas.org/index.php?threads/software-raid5-will-not-mount-on-freenas-0-69rc2-freebsd-release-6-4.9876/

That's all there is to it. I haven't played with this so I would stick with a single word with no spaces or odd characters. Simple? No common point of failure.

  1. And a lot of the dialogs don't really save me any time or explain themselves any better than simply logging into a server by SSH and editing configs by hand -
  2. Vara Prasad says: February 17, 2011 at 19:13 Hi, I am new to this , I don't understand why I could not access my freenas i am trying it for trying
  3. I have set up a share called share5 in mnt/share5 and then put folders in that share called applications data and documents then i mounted them so they are now in
  4. If you are unsure on the unix file permissions then use the inbuilt file manager that came with the latest version - QuiXplorer.
  5. No, create an account now.
  6. I will post on there also.
  7. In the next screen type in the IP Address of your network.
  8. In the log I see: kernel: kldload: /boot/kernel/geom_vinum.ko: Unsupported file type mountd[6264]: bad exports list line /mnt/RaidOne/ root: Error: Failed to mount /dev/raid5/RaidOnep1 using UFS mbd[5666]: [2012/11/17 16:05:31, 0] nmbd/nmbd.c:terminate(58) These

Jump to content Everything Else Hak5 Forums Existing user? Try the manual mount command again as that new user and mount it in your home directorymount -t nfs /home/user1/mnt Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 13. interestingly if i go services>CIFS and change it to anonymous then in windows navigate to \\freenas it says it cant find it (yes ive added the IP to my etc/hosts file) From the Navigation Menu select Management under Disks.

My workgroup is "LAGESSE", so that is what I typed. Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 14. Did you change anything on your hardware? Third, set the Advanced Power Management - I set mine to minimum power use with standby.

Any attempt to mount a software RAID (0,1,5) volume results in a message of 'error retry'. Click the Apply Changes button. 10. Have you updated the vmkernel gateway address? I will not mention where you can put your PEBCAK, whatever that is… Frederick says: September 16, 2010 at 00:25 PEBCAK - Problem Exists Between Chair And Keyboard 🙂 Rob Devery

That's it! http://www.nas4free.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=3933 The system will only take a minute or so to reboot. Leave the file system as USF. Contact Us Help Email Subscription Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd.

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That meant that I was the only one who could see anything below. It first presented in ESXi 4.1, but only after 5.x sup… VMware Virtualization Storage Reformatting Your Flash Drive Video by: Faizan This Micro Tutorial will teach you how to reformat your So I rebooted but never could get to a share on either disk again. Art says: November 17, 2009 at 22:56 Great tutorial installed Freenas and I am up and running now just have to tweak it to my flavor Thank you keep up the

Gerd says: September 6, 2010 at 10:53 Hi, I am working for a hospital and I have been trying to make freenas work for about two days now. That's just too fragile! Enter this and click enter. 2. But, this would mean that you couldn't install it on the same drive. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Go To Topic Listing Everything Else Recently

Click the ADD button. During set up I added the 2 HDD's via the disk management, then I've gone in and created a share with the path set to \mnt, however files I created copy FreeNAS kind of acts like it wants to setup users and groups for access, but I don't see how I can share it to "anyone." Does anyone have any tips for

The first thing we will do is change the default password.

I setup FreeNas in my offices (5) to server over 150 employees and also use it at home to store and serve up media and have had no problems. Sign In Sign Up Browse Back Browse Forums Staff Online Users Activity Back Activity All Activity My Activity Streams Unread Content Content I Started Search Register Help Remember Me? Open a browser and type in the IP address of your server (in our example from Part One the IP address was Enter the old password and then the new password in the dialog - the new password is entered twice. 5.

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Maybe FreeNas just isn't compatible with ESX? So let's go test our new server! It has been installed & formatted UFS. The other day I turned off my server, so I could mount it into a 19" rack and when I turned it back on the Software RAID will not mount.

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You can go and add additional shares to point to subdirectories in Data - I created folders called Music, Pictures, Movies, Videos, and Users (where I created folders for me and The kernel port is set for NFS and the NFSclient has been enabled on the firewall. My first thought is to do with the path being set to \mnt but I dont know what to change this to, sorry if I'm being an idiot, just failing to If you are unsure on the unix file permissions then use the inbuilt file manager that came with the latest version - QuiXplorer.

My 3 disk show up as being Online under Disk Management.