What about the first question? curious too :-) On Tuesday 01 August 2006 14:51, Erik Norgaard wrote: > Tyler Spivey wrote: > > Hello. I'm interested in moving my server from linux to freeBSD, but > > have several questions: > > 2. Can Ufs handle crashes very well, or is a very long fsck needed like > > the old ext2 days? > > Usually fsck will run in the background after boot has finished. On very > hard crashes you may have to boot into single user to fix it. To avoid > this, make sure that the base system is on a separate partition, you may > even want to mount it read-only for security. (I think these are good > advises on any system). > > > 3. is the restriction of NFS-servers only mounting on partition > > boundaries going to be removed in the future, if it even still exists? > > You can export an entire partition, with -alldirs option you can mount > any sub directory with the permissions for that partition, eg: > > /home -alldirs -network 192.168.0.0/24 > > You can also export directories individually, but there are some > restrictions, exporting two directories on the same filesystem to the > same host must have the same permissions. Eg: > > /var/diskless/FreeBSD -ro -maproot=root:wheel -network 192.168.0.0/24 > /var/diskless/clt-1/var -maproot=root:wheel 192.168.0.1 > /var/diskless/clt-1/tmp -maproot=root:wheel 192.168.0.1 > > This works fine despite the first being -ro and the others -rw, because > the first line exports to a network and not the host, and the second two > have same permissions and mappings. But > > /var/diskless/FreeBSD -ro -maproot=root:wheel -network 192.168.0.0/24 > /var/diskless/clt-1/var -maproot=root:wheel 192.168.0.1 > /var/diskless/clt-1/tmp 192.168.0.1 > > doesn't, because of the missing maproot in the last export line. > > Cheers, Erik
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