I have a single FreeBSD box acting as an FTP server for multiple FreeBSD
and Linux clients on the same /24 subnet (all gigabit ethernet). It is
currently connected by just one of it's two gig ethernet ports. I also
have two cisco switches with an etherchannel between them (using 2 x gig
On Fri, October 15, 2010 2:54 pm, Ivan Voras wrote:
Since jails can do many things there are many helper utilities that
can do much to simplify the process. If you can hack python, you can,
for example, modify my script at
http://ivoras.sharanet.org/stuff/mkjails.py which I've used to create
I have a single box on which I would like to run openvpn, smtp (postfix,
dspam, greylist, clamav), imap (dovecot) apache22 and bind. This box also
acts as a network gateway so it would give an attacker carte blanche to
the internal nets if it was compromised, which makes me nervous. The plan
On Tue, May 25, 2010 11:05 pm, Matthew Seaman wrote:
Checkout the security/openssh-portable port which has options to enable
chroot'ing. You should be able to configure the account to only be able
to use scp(1) or sftp(1) by editing sshd_config or by using forced
commands in the user
On Tue, May 25, 2010 11:23 pm, Balázs Mátéffy wrote:
Try /usr/ports/shells/scponly .
Look up the features, this way you can assign the restrictive scponly
to the users:
I have used this before on linux. In
I want to provide some users with secure network attached storage over
SCP. The intent is to provide people with a similar thing to, e.g.
rsync.net but inside of our network only.
Security is obviously a priority so I would like each user to be chrooted
into their allocated directory and allow
On Thu, March 18, 2010 8:37 am, Andy Wodfer wrote:
We're setting up two backup servers where each server will have about 4TB
harddrives (for now) connected (4x1TB and 8x500GB drives). Last night we
into trouble with the 3ware controllers we have (9650SE-8LPML) because we
+1 for psSense and if you need a quick to setup home NAS box, you could do
worse than FreeNAS, which is also derived from FreeBSD -although I don't
think it supports ZFS currently. When it does it will be even better.
On Thu, March 11, 2010 7:59 am, Alexandre L. wrote:
You can use
I use a Draytek Vigor 120 (I'm in the UK, but it most certainly will work
for you aswell). This is a self-contained ADSL modem that presents a
PPPoE interface to your PC or server via a conventional RJ45 connector.
It is painless and past firmware hiccups accepted, performs very well
I am following this wiki page to move to zfs root:
I got to this section:
Create bootdir directory where the boot file system will be mounted:
# mkdir /tank/bootdir
# ln -s bootdir/boot /tank/boot
I am confused about the symlink line - what is 'bootdir' ?
On Thu, March 4, 2010 3:44 pm, Randal L. Schwartz wrote:
Matthew == Matthew Law m...@webcontracts.co.uk writes:
Matthew I am following this wiki page to move to zfs root:
If you're running RELEASE-8 or later, I've gotten this to work just fine
I would be grateful if anyone could recommend any tests, scripts, ports or
packages which would stress test a new FreeBSD box? - both CPU and disk
I/O. I would particularly like to get the processors nice and warm! :-)
We already use bonnie++, unixbench, etc. but I was wondering if there is a
hopefully I'm not too far out posting this question here. It takes in a
lot of areas so I was unsure where to post it. If it belongs on another
ML please advise and I will re-post it there.
I am researching options for a two node failover storage cluster. This is
primarily to provide
I've just installed courier-imapd from ports. I can't find any
reference to the required entry in rc.conf to start it at boot time.
Can someone please tell me what I need in there or tell me where to look
for the info? I'd like SSL too if that makes a difference...
* Dev Tugnait [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2004-12-09 12:00]:
Also check /usr/share/examples/etc/defaults/rc.conf
This helped a great deal. It's working now - thanks!
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I am having issues with Perl and wondered if someone might be able to
help. For example, I installed from ports, anomy-sanitizer.
Occasionally I see the following error when run from procmail:
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