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The folks over at Tested wrote up this great, in-depth guide to building and setting up FreeNAS.
I've been running servers in my home for about a decade. After fooling around with underpowered machines, I'm ready to build a bigger server for my house.
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What? and then we into irc to ask for some help que they let you know that FreeNas are not for non "related" hardware or home use...
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The newest version of FreeNAS-STABLE addresses Samba CVE-2015-0240.
CVE-2015-0240.html: =========================================================== == Subject: Unexpected code execution in smbd. == == CVE ID#: CVE-2015-0240 == == Versions: Samba 3.5.0 to 4.2.0rc4 == == Summary: Unauthenticated code execution attack on == smbd file services.
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More #FreeNAS   #FreeBSD  goodness on Day 3 of SCALE
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#FreeNAS   was at So Cal Linux Expo this past weekend!
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We conclude the final part of the Complete Guide to FreeNAS Hardware Design with a look at network options.
Network. FreeNAS is a NAS and/or IP-SAN (via iSCSI)…which means everything happens over the network. If you are after performance, you are going to want good switches and server grade network cards. If you are building a home media setup, everything might be happening over wireless, ...
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"Hardware Specifics", the second part of our Complete Guide to FreeNAS Hardware Design series is now up.
General Hardware Recommendations. I've built a lot of ZFS storage hardware and have two decades of experience with FreeBSD. The following are some thoughts on hardware. SONY DSC. Intel Versus AMD. FreeNAS is based on FreeBSD. FreeBSD has a long history of working better on Intel than AMD.
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Our newest video tutorial demonstrates how to replace failed HDDs in FreeNAS 9.3.
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Photos from Day 2, #FreeBSD  Project Booth at So Cal Linux Expo
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A quick heads up, we will be at #SCALE13x this weekend. Dru is presenting "What’s New in FreeNAS 9.3" and we will be at the FreeBSD booth. Hope to see you there!
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This in-depth review of the FreeNAS Mini looks at hardware, software, and performance. Check it out!
Introduction Today we will have a look at FreeNAS Mini from iXsystems.iXsystems has decades of experience in producing rock-solid solutions on an open source foundation.With thousands of clients,they have a proven history of building and delivering the right solution every time- for Open-Source-friendly enterprise servers and storage solutions.Thousands of companies, universities, and U.S. Government departments have come to rely on iXsystems'...
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In the 3rd part of the Complete Guide to FreeNAS Hardware Design, we focus on ZFS pool configuration and cache.
ZFS Pool Configuration. ZFS storage pools are comprised of vdevs which are striped together. vdevs can be single disks, N-way mirrors, RAIDZ (Similar to RAID5), RAIDZ2 (Similar to RAID6), or RAIDZ3 (there is no hardware RAID analog to this, but it's a triple parity stripe essentially).
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We present "Purpose and Best Practices", the 1st in our four part series, A Complete Guide to FreeNAS Hardware Design: http://bit.ly/1HUQsi6
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FreeNAS is software that enables anyone to set up network attached storage. It is commonly used to store backups, music, photos, and other sensitive data you cannot afford to lose. FreeNAS enables you to share your files over a local network or to the Cloud.