Re: IPMI SOL setup on FreeBSD 9.1 amd64 supermicro X9SCM-F/X9CL-F

2013-01-24 Thread Derek Ragona
At 09:07 AM 1/23/2013, Anton Yuzhaninov wrote: On Mon, 21 Jan 2013 22:52:17, Derek Ragona wrote: DR I have a couple servers that are built using the supermicro X9SCM-F/X9CL-F DR motherboards, and I can't quite get IPMI SOL working right. DR DR These motherboards have 3 NIC's. One NIC

Re: Fresh installation 9.1

2013-01-23 Thread Derek Ragona
At 08:30 AM 1/23/2013, Polytropon wrote: On Wed, 23 Jan 2013 19:49:13 +0530, Hrisikesh sahu wrote: Hi All, I am facing a strange issue.. I installed 9.1 release and installation went successful After boot up i got this error - File system had an unexpected inconsistency. ufs :

IPMI SOL setup on FreeBSD 9.1 amd64 supermicro X9SCM-F/X9CL-F

2013-01-21 Thread Derek Ragona
I have a couple servers that are built using the supermicro X9SCM-F/X9CL-F motherboards, and I can't quite get IPMI SOL working right. These motherboards have 3 NIC's. One NIC is for a dedicated IPMI interface. I have both servers configured to use the dedicated IPMI NIC and these NIC's are

Re: Virtualbox

2012-10-07 Thread Derek Ragona
At 10:49 PM 10/6/2012, Bernt Hansson wrote: Hello list! When I try to start a virtual os in virtualbox i get an error. kldload vboxdrv.ko kldload: can't load vboxdrv.ko: Exec format error Rebuilt VB and still this error 8.2-STABLE FreeBSD 8.2-STABLE #0: Thu Jan 12 15:13:06 CET 2012 GENERIC

Re: FreeBSD9 fails to install on HP Proliant (crash)

2012-06-03 Thread Derek Ragona
At 08:41 AM 5/31/2012, Ewald Jenisch wrote: Hi, I'm trying to install FreeBSD9 (64bit) on a HP Proliant server (ProLiant DL385 G1). Installation is done via remote-management (iLO) basically by mounting the Installation-ISO. However a couple of seconds after booting the box crashes. Here's

Re: Firewall, blocking POP3

2012-06-03 Thread Derek Ragona
At 07:18 PM 5/30/2012, Robert Bonomi wrote: From jbiq...@intranet.com.mx Wed May 30 13:48:05 2012 Date: Wed, 30 May 2012 13:47:34 -0500 To: Robert Bonomi bon...@mail.r-bonomi.com From: Jorge Biquez jbiq...@intranet.com.mx Subject: Re: Firewall, blocking POP3 Cc:

Re: Swap files and panics

2012-05-30 Thread Derek Ragona
At 10:54 AM 5/29/2012, Warren Block wrote: Recently I rearranged partitions on an SSD. The swap partition was eliminated in favor of a swap file on /usr. This works, allows TRIM support on the swap space, and is easier to resize than a partition. However, sometimes the system panics on

Re: Cloud software ?

2012-05-25 Thread Derek Ragona
At 03:11 AM 5/25/2012, Frank Bonnet wrote: Hello I'm searching for a cloud software :-) More precisely we would like to offer to our students and professors a kind of private cloud to access/manipulate their personnal data from almost anywhere and with almost any devices ... ( Personnal PC,

Re: question about milter software

2012-05-25 Thread Derek Ragona
At 08:21 AM 5/25/2012, Wojciech Puchar wrote: Does anyone know milter software (or maybe anything else) to add to sendmail that can rewrite outgoing mail and add HTML footer automatically? Please do not tell me about how stupid HTML mail is at all - i know it, it is not my idea. thanks I

Re: Cloud software ?

2012-05-25 Thread Derek Ragona
At 06:15 AM 5/25/2012, Frank Bonnet wrote: On 05/25/2012 12:10 PM, Dennis Glatting wrote: On Fri, 2012-05-25 at 10:11 +0200, Frank Bonnet wrote: Hello I'm searching for a cloud software :-) More precisely we would like to offer to our students and professors a kind of private cloud to

Re: problems with networking and route command

2012-05-19 Thread Derek Ragona
At 07:07 AM 5/18/2012, David Banning wrote: It is machines that connect and receive via DHCP 192.168.1.2 and above that can't connect to the internet though the server. I don't know a whole lot about route - I have been attempting a variation of route commands without success. You

Re: need help on installing bsd in virtual box

2012-04-27 Thread Derek Ragona
At 05:01 PM 4/27/2012, dhillon sandeep wrote: Hi, I am struggling in installing the bsd in virtualbox i am totally new to unix, but have previously installed Ubuntu linux in my virtual box, i have dounloaded both the images bootonly and release iso, after creating the new virtual machine

Re: Hardware booting problem

2011-09-15 Thread Derek Ragona
At 03:34 AM 9/15/2011, Doug Hardie wrote: I encountered a situation today that I do not understand. This is a very old i386 PC that does not have a usable CD drive. The existing drive uses a very funky SCSI connector that I have nothing for. The system disk is SCSI and there was one

Re: FreeBSD 8.0 retires into itself

2009-12-03 Thread Derek Ragona
At 04:28 AM 12/3/2009, Igor V. Ruzanov wrote: Hello! I have updated FreeBSD 8.0 sources via cvsup and compiled system. uname -a shows: FreeBSD localhost 8.0-RELEASE FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE #2: Mon Nov 30 20:15:12 MSD 2009 r...@localhost:/usr/src/sys/i386/compile/HOME-PAE i386 Machine has 3

Re: FreeBSD 8.0 retires into itself

2009-12-03 Thread Derek Ragona
At 06:48 AM 12/3/2009, Igor V. Ruzanov wrote: On Thu, 3 Dec 2009, Derek Ragona wrote: |At 04:28 AM 12/3/2009, Igor V. Ruzanov wrote: | Hello! | | I have updated FreeBSD 8.0 sources via cvsup and compiled system. uname -a | shows: | | FreeBSD localhost 8.0-RELEASE FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE #2: Mon Nov

how to remove HAL dependencies in gnome2

2009-12-01 Thread Derek Ragona
I source upgraded a server from 7.2 release to 8.0 release. In trying to rebuild all the ports, HAL is broken and won't compile. If I try to make config on most of those ports there is no HAL in the config. How do I get rid of these dependencies so I can get the last of the ports rebuilt?

Re: how to remove HAL dependencies in gnome2

2009-12-01 Thread Derek Ragona
At 02:01 PM 12/1/2009, Mark Kane wrote: On Tue, Dec 01, 2009, at 12:41:07 -0600, Derek Ragona wrote: I source upgraded a server from 7.2 release to 8.0 release. In trying to rebuild all the ports, HAL is broken and won't compile. If I try to make config on most of those ports

Re: What does one call name server registration?

2009-07-16 Thread Derek Ragona
At 04:52 AM 7/15/2009, Michael David Crawford wrote: Hi, I'm having a problem making myself clear to my domain name registrar's tech support. I have set up djbdns on a couple of my own servers, and want them registered AS name servers with whoever handles such registration. Most

Re: FreeBSD on VMware ESXi

2009-05-09 Thread Derek Ragona
At 05:44 AM 5/6/2009, Daniels Vanags wrote: We moved Hard Disk Drives from HP ProLiant DL 385 G2 with 4GB RAM, AMD Opteron processor to HP ProLiant DL 380 G5, 4GB RAM, Intel Xeon processor. Disks contain FreeBSD Virtual Machines running in VMware ESXi Server. When trying to boot, getting error:

Re: Snapshots

2009-05-08 Thread Derek Ragona
At 04:00 AM 5/5/2009, Johan Hendriks wrote: Are there no more snapshots of current? The last is from 02-2009 Regards, Johan I downloaded one from this month a couple days ago. You should see a May snapshot available. -Derek -- This message has been scanned for viruses and

Re: isc-dhcpd server, HOSTNAME

2009-05-08 Thread Derek Ragona
At 09:42 AM 5/7/2009, Pieter Donche wrote: FreeBSD7 with isc-dhcp30-server. It hands out an IP address, OK, but the BASH environment variable HOSTNAME is not set. Why? (A DNS server is active on the network and can succesfully be queried from a FreeBSD bash command (nslookup or host) to see

cannot get FreeBSD 7.X to load on HP z400

2009-04-28 Thread Derek Ragona
I cannot get FreeBSD 7.X to load on an HP z400. I have tried 7.1 i386 release, 7.1 amd64 release, 7.2 amd64 RC2, 8.0 amd64 current. In all versions the loader stops just after the message: Trying to mount root from ufs:/dev/md0 I have tried to simplify the setup of this unit to a single SATA

Re: Freebsd Built-in vacation program does not auto reply

2009-04-21 Thread Derek Ragona
To: Derek Ragona de...@computinginnovations.com Cc: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Date: Monday, April 20, 2009, 9:07 AM hi derek, It is not also working on my sendmail. May be I overlooked some steps? step 1. login to user # su alydio.mc step 2. initialize vacation db $ vacation -i step 3

Re: MailScanner sendmail

2009-04-17 Thread Derek Ragona
At 03:15 PM 4/15/2009, Bob Willcox wrote: I asked this question in freebsd-ports (in a different way as I thought maybe I could clarify the situation some by rewording it) the other day and didn't receive any reply so I thought I try here this time. I have a 7.2-prelease system that I am trying

Re: Freebsd Built-in vacation program does not auto reply

2009-04-17 Thread Derek Ragona
At 07:27 AM 4/17/2009, lyd mc wrote: Thanks Odhiambo for your time. Actually i have a working vacation program from freebsd ports (/usr/ports/mail/vacation). I only wondering why the freebsd base vacation behave differently I still want freebsd base vacation... the one from ports is

Re: Advise on PCIX dual network card

2009-03-16 Thread Derek Ragona
At 03:28 AM 3/16/2009, Olivier Nicole wrote: Hi, I need to buy a PCI eXtended dual network card, any advise on what brand is supported and work reliabily? TIA, Olivier I use the intel PCI-X cards with multiple OS's. They have 2 and 4 port versions. -Derek -- This message has

Re: Odd problem with DNS and IP change.

2009-03-01 Thread Derek Ragona
At 09:40 AM 2/28/2009, Andrei Brezan wrote: Hello list, I have a strange problem and I don't know what to relate it to. My ISP changed my IP from (eg) 10.1.1.1 to 15.1.1.1. I have changed my zone files to reflect that change. dig -t mx domain.com results in mail.domain.com 3600 IN A

Re: two ethernet cards

2009-01-03 Thread Derek Ragona
At 06:21 PM 1/2/2009, Stefan Miklosovic wrote: hi i have two ethernet cards on my box uname -a FreeBSD dexter 7.0-RELEASE Freebsd 7.0-RELEASE #5: Fri Jan 2 21:25:21 CET 2009 r...@dexter:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/DEXTER i386 ifconfig rl0: flags=8843UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST metric

Re: strange fsck results

2008-12-29 Thread Derek Ragona
At 06:08 AM 12/28/2008, re...@adeptscience.com wrote: I am running VMware Server 2.0 but see the same results with VMware Server 1.0. The virtual machines are copies that I made by transferring the vmware files for it from another server. As far as I know it did not have any fsck problems on

Re: strange fsck results

2008-12-27 Thread Derek Ragona
At 12:37 PM 12/26/2008, re...@adeptscience.com wrote: I am running FreeBSD 6.3 as a VMware virtual server and am getting some strange results when I run fsck. When I run it in multi-user mode I get quite a few UNREF FILE errors but when I switch to single user mode fsck does not find any

Re: what script is whacking root's files

2008-12-08 Thread Derek Ragona
At 11:33 AM 12/4/2008, Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On Thu, 04 Dec 2008 06:30:13 -0600, Derek Ragona [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: /root is on /dev/da0s1a This particular server is running in a VM on a vmware esx 3.5 server. The server runs fine, but every so often the dot files disappear for root

Re: what script is whacking root's files

2008-12-04 Thread Derek Ragona
At 01:11 AM 12/4/2008, Tim Judd wrote: On Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 7:44 PM, Kris Kennaway [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Derek Ragona wrote: I have a freshly installed 7.0 release server. The configuration files (all dot files including .ssh etc.) in /root keep getting deleted. I assume

what script is whacking root's files

2008-12-03 Thread Derek Ragona
I have a freshly installed 7.0 release server. The configuration files (all dot files including .ssh etc.) in /root keep getting deleted. I assume this is from a script running from periodic and can be set NOT to delete these files. Can someone point me where I need to make this change. I

Re: FreeBSD in VMWare box

2008-11-22 Thread Derek Ragona
At 06:57 AM 11/22/2008, Pieter Donche wrote: If one installs FreeBSD 7.0 in a VMWare box, the answer/choicde for 'install boot manager' is this: Standard MBR ? The PC with WMware is connect to internet. Should one configure Ethernet then. If yes, what static IP parameters must one enter?? You

Re: Kernel SMB performance

2008-11-22 Thread Derek Ragona
At 09:08 AM 11/21/2008, Ansar Mohammed wrote: Hello all We are considering using an application that uses FreeBSD web servers in front of Windows file servers. How reliable/scalable is the kernel SMB module? You may want to use FreeNAS which is made for NAS using FreeBSD. -Derek --

Re: smbfs 2 GB file size limit

2008-11-22 Thread Derek Ragona
At 09:21 AM 11/20/2008, David Horn wrote: On Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 7:07 AM, Derek Ragona [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At 12:50 PM 11/18/2008, David Horn wrote: On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 7:06 AM, Derek Ragona [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At 12:23 AM 11/18/2008, David Horn wrote: On Mon, Nov 17, 2008

Re: smbfs 2 GB file size limit

2008-11-21 Thread Derek Ragona
At 02:05 PM 11/20/2008, Chris Pratt wrote: On Nov 20, 2008, at 7:21 AM, David Horn wrote: On Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 7:07 AM, Derek Ragona No error message, it just stopped writing at 1 Gb. I was doing this using scp. Whoa, hopefully you just made a few typos here, or we are going down

Re: smbfs 2 GB file size limit

2008-11-20 Thread Derek Ragona
At 12:50 PM 11/18/2008, David Horn wrote: On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 7:06 AM, Derek Ragona [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At 12:23 AM 11/18/2008, David Horn wrote: On Mon, Nov 17, 2008 at 8:36 PM, Derek Ragona [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have FreeBSD 7.0 Release and if I mount_smbfs a network NTFS

Re: smbfs 2 GB file size limit

2008-11-19 Thread Derek Ragona
At 12:50 PM 11/18/2008, David Horn wrote: On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 7:06 AM, Derek Ragona [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At 12:23 AM 11/18/2008, David Horn wrote: On Mon, Nov 17, 2008 at 8:36 PM, Derek Ragona [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have FreeBSD 7.0 Release and if I mount_smbfs a network NTFS

Re: smbfs 2 GB file size limit

2008-11-18 Thread Derek Ragona
At 12:23 AM 11/18/2008, David Horn wrote: On Mon, Nov 17, 2008 at 8:36 PM, Derek Ragona [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have FreeBSD 7.0 Release and if I mount_smbfs a network NTFS share I have a 2 GB size limit on files. I checked the handbook and list archives but have not found a solution

smbfs 2 GB file size limit

2008-11-17 Thread Derek Ragona
I have FreeBSD 7.0 Release and if I mount_smbfs a network NTFS share I have a 2 GB size limit on files. I checked the handbook and list archives but have not found a solution. Supposedly there is an smbmount as part of the standard samba, but that doesn't seem to install from any of the

Re: High load - lost network

2008-11-10 Thread Derek Ragona
At 06:45 AM 11/10/2008, Christer Solskogen wrote: I have a server with a em interface. Whenever the server has a high load (compiling world for instance) the network connectivity is lost. dmesg tells me this: em0: link state changed to DOWN em0: link state changed to UP em0: link state changed

Re: Shutting down help

2008-10-24 Thread Derek Ragona
At 02:48 PM 10/23/2008, Juan Ortega wrote: I'm using FreeBSD amd64 8-0-Current I set up window maker to start by startx command, but when I exit the window maker the screen just turns black nothing works so I'm force to unplug the power each time. This happens sometimes other times the

Re: Apache aliased directory invisible

2008-10-21 Thread Derek Ragona
At 10:16 PM 10/20/2008, David Karapetyan wrote: FreeBSD office19.resnet.nd.edu 7.0-RELEASE-p5 FreeBSD 7.0-RELEASE-p5 #0: Wed Oct 1 10:10:12 UTC 2008 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC i386 Hello all. I would like to make aliased directories in apache visible from the directory

Re: FreeBSD 7 and ESXi

2008-10-13 Thread Derek Ragona
At 10:54 PM 10/13/2008, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I'm facing some problems trying to install a FreeBSD 7.0-RELEASE-amd64, on a Dell PE 2950III, dual Xeon Quad core, 8GB RAM. After (FBSD) boot menu count down, it shows a dump of the CPU registers and a message: BTX Halted.

Re: Multiple NICs routing question

2008-10-09 Thread Derek Ragona
At 06:26 AM 10/9/2008, Konrad Heuer wrote: Hello, I've a server box with four NICs addressing different subnets: NIC1: one class c subnet of same class b network NIC2: another class c subnet of same class b network NIC3: local unrouted network NIC4: local unrouted network In the

Re: Running cron jobs as nobody

2008-10-03 Thread Derek Ragona
At 10:11 AM 10/2/2008, DAve wrote: Good morning all, We have a cronjob we need to run as nobody from /etc/crontab and it seems to be not working. The job runs, but not as user nobody. I noticed two things, 1) the job to update the locate DB runs as nobody, because the script uses su to

Re: PXE real life use

2008-10-01 Thread Derek Ragona
At 03:03 AM 10/1/2008, Chris Papageorgiou wrote: Hello all, I'd like to point a subject on PXE server usage on a daily basis such as a service department. Im thinking of developing such system to load OS's(not strictly *NIX) installations through LAN than using a CD each time. What would be the

Re: PXE real life use

2008-10-01 Thread Derek Ragona
available to the users. While you can use PXE,, bootp, or tftp to provide a boot and then load an OS to a local drive, that is usually more trouble than it is worth. -Derek Derek Ragona wrote: At 03:03 AM 10/1/2008, Chris Papageorgiou wrote: Hello all, I'd like to point a subject

Who is anyone using for consulting or support?

2008-09-18 Thread Derek Ragona
I am working with a firm here in the Chicago area and they are interested in using FreeBSD, but would like to know of other outside support resources. I have checked the links on the FreeBSD.org website but have not gotten much response from firms on that list, which seems to be out of date.

problem using multiple monitors with gnome on FreeBSD 7

2008-09-10 Thread Derek Ragona
I did a new install of 7.0 on a system equipped with an nvidia 4 video port card with just two monitors attached. Xorg --configure worked fine, and setup xorg.conf correctly for both monitors. When I bring up X with gnome as root, both screens get used just fine. However when I bring up X

Re: Configure 2 gateways on a freebsd box for 2 interfaces

2008-09-10 Thread Derek Ragona
At 12:05 PM 9/10/2008, The Noob wrote: Hello all, I have a small question. I have two interface in two vlans. The first interface 192.168.0.1 255.255.255.0 The second interface: 10.228.44.1 255.255.255.0 The gateway for the first interface must be 192.168.0.254 and the second interface must be

Re: Virtual machines hosted on FreeBSD 7

2008-09-09 Thread Derek Ragona
At 04:17 AM 9/9/2008, Albert Shih wrote: Le 08/09/2008 à 23:37:38-0400, Michael a écrit Derek Ragona wrote: I have a FreeBSD 7 release I wanted to use as a host for virtual machines. What software is anyone else using to host virtual machines under FreeBSD? I'd just like to here

Re: Virtual machines hosted on FreeBSD 7

2008-09-09 Thread Derek Ragona
At 12:27 AM 9/9/2008, Alain G. Fabry wrote: On Mon, Sep 08, 2008 at 10:21:56PM -0500, Derek Ragona wrote: I have a FreeBSD 7 release I wanted to use as a host for virtual machines. What software is anyone else using to host virtual machines under FreeBSD? I use Qemu and run XP, Solaris

Virtual machines hosted on FreeBSD 7

2008-09-08 Thread Derek Ragona
I have a FreeBSD 7 release I wanted to use as a host for virtual machines. What software is anyone else using to host virtual machines under FreeBSD? I'd just like to here what has worked, or what has not worked. I find it easier to find a solution asking for real world experiences.

Re: {Spam?} Re: Virtual machines hosted on FreeBSD 7

2008-09-08 Thread Derek Ragona
At 10:37 PM 9/8/2008, Michael wrote: Derek Ragona wrote: I have a FreeBSD 7 release I wanted to use as a host for virtual machines. What software is anyone else using to host virtual machines under FreeBSD? I'd just like to here what has worked, or what has not worked. I find it easier

Re: Cron Question

2008-09-03 Thread Derek Ragona
At 10:45 AM 9/2/2008, ElihuJ wrote: Hi all. I have a question about cron jobs that seem to be running to long or with multiple copies of itself. For example, I have a backup script that I run that seems to make multiple copies of itself. If I view the running processes I see numerous instances

Re: /etc/hosts

2008-09-02 Thread Derek Ragona
At 08:53 PM 9/1/2008, Tom Marchand wrote: I am trying to resolve the 192.168.2.3 address. ::1 localhost.local localhost 127.0.0.1 localhost.local localhost 72.15.233.132 host.local host 72.15.233.132 host.local. 192.168.2.3 test

Re: nvidia 32bit driver

2008-09-01 Thread Derek Ragona
At 03:59 PM 9/1/2008, Dánielisz László wrote: Hello! I just install my new FreeBSD7.0 system, everything its up tu date, but when I try to install /usr/ports/x11/nvidia-driver I always got the following error message: === Building for nvidia-driver-173.14.12 === src (all)

Re: /etc/hosts

2008-09-01 Thread Derek Ragona
At 06:52 PM 9/1/2008, Tom Marchand wrote: Hi, I've got an issue where hosts defined in my /etc/hosts are not being resolved. I've looked at resolv.conf, host.conf and nsswitch.conf and everything looks ok. It's my understanding that with the below configurations, /etc/hosts should be used

Re: space char shell script problem

2008-08-24 Thread Derek Ragona
At 05:19 AM 8/23/2008, David Banning wrote: I am running into a problem with the space character in filenames. For instance, If I want to run the script; for x in `ls` do echo $x done then filenames that have a space in them ie: john smith.jpg are processed by my script as two names, john

Re: MTA advice ??

2008-08-24 Thread Derek Ragona
At 01:06 PM 8/24/2008, pete wrote: I have a hosted domain that recently changed their mail filtering. I am not happy with the new setup and am considering setting up my own. Looking for tips on setting up something on my freeBSD 6.1 box. My ISP is cablevision IO. Not sure what they allow, ie:

Re: THE FOLLOWING DISK SECTORS COULD NOT BE READ

2008-08-21 Thread Derek Ragona
At 08:24 AM 8/21/2008, Marcel Grandemange wrote: On a different dilemma, I have a FreeBSD proxy server with what looks like a failing drive. The drive ONLY holds cache so is not critical for system operation however id still like to try something. It seem that no matter how many times I run

Re: OT: Clamd error

2008-08-21 Thread Derek Ragona
At 11:17 AM 8/21/2008, Jean-Paul Natola wrote: Hi all, Sorry for cross-posting but it seams that the members from the other list went on vacation- and I'm in a jam I run exim 4.69 clamav .93 and spamassassin on a freebsd box - basically it gets my smtp traffic, checks for spam virus etc,,

Re: sendmail secondary server routing to alternate port

2008-08-19 Thread Derek Ragona
At 12:16 PM 8/19/2008, Derrick Ryalls wrote: Greetings, I recently had to rebuild my brother's all in one box to get a SATA controller working. It is now running 7.0 release and was previously using courier and the mail system. With this rebuild, I have switched him over to sendmail and most

Re: RES: RES: Very Slow Samba

2008-08-17 Thread Derek Ragona
- De: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Em nome de Derek Ragona Enviada em: quinta-feira, 14 de agosto de 2008 17:39 Para: Mauro Ribeiro - Class Consultoria e Assessoria; freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Assunto: Re: RES: Very Slow Samba At 03:22 PM 8/14/2008, Mauro Ribeiro - Class Consultoria

{Disarmed} Re: {Spam?} {Disarmed} Re: Sendmail email delays

2008-08-17 Thread Derek Ragona
. Usually you are running two versions of sendmail. Check the sendmail flags you are using for something like -q5m. If you see this, try changing the value and see if that effects your delivery time. -Derek On Fri, Aug 15, 2008 at 6:22 PM, Derek Ragona mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED][EMAIL

{Disarmed} Re: best website for used thinkpads?

2008-08-17 Thread Derek Ragona
At 05:06 PM 8/16/2008, Gary Kline wrote: It's time to think about replacing my old 600E that died last March with a faster (Mhz = 1.8 || Mz = 2.2 ), and drop in a large drive and max out the RAM. I'm already begun googling around, but figured that the ThinkPad

Re: Sendmail email delays

2008-08-15 Thread Derek Ragona
At 03:49 PM 8/15/2008, Tom Stuart wrote: I've been having trouble sending email that was sent via a process(swatch). I can send emails fine via command-line and receive immediately to the forwarded address. However when sent via swatch it can take 5-10 minutes. These entries appear in

Re: Very Slow Samba

2008-08-14 Thread Derek Ragona
At 10:21 AM 8/14/2008, Mauro Ribeiro - Class Consultoria e Assessoria wrote: Hi All, I had migrated a Windows 2003 Server to a Samba Server (only for file share) We share only the company system. That's a 3mb Delphi .exe and a 1,5mb libmysql.dll. BTW, the system loads 4 .jpg files from

Re: Migrate harddisk with FreeBSD into new machine

2008-08-14 Thread Derek Ragona
At 01:26 PM 8/14/2008, C.M. Burns wrote: Hi list, I have a problem. A faulty machine was running freeBSD with a two harddisk software raid. now these two disks should be put into a new machine, but of course it won't boot because it is new hardware. Kernel just reports: cannot mount root

Re: RES: Very Slow Samba

2008-08-14 Thread Derek Ragona
Derek Ragona Enviada em: quinta-feira, 14 de agosto de 2008 14:17 Para: Mauro Ribeiro - Class Consultoria e Assessoria; freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Assunto: Re: Very Slow Samba At 10:21 AM 8/14/2008, Mauro Ribeiro - Class Consultoria e Assessoria wrote: Hi All, I had migrated a Windows 2003

Re: Another No disks found during Install

2008-08-14 Thread Derek Ragona
At 04:29 PM 8/14/2008, Bernard Lecuire wrote: Hello, I have a problem with the installation. I choose country, keyboard and then I can not continue installation, because it says No disks found! Please verify that your disk controller is being... Hardware: Acer Aspire M1641,Intel Pentium Dual

Re: Best SMTP Gateway Program and Reporting Tools

2008-08-12 Thread Derek Ragona
At 03:22 PM 8/12/2008, Josh Kidd wrote: I just wanted to pose this question to the list on people's opinions as to what the best SMTP Gateway program (ie. Sendmail, Postfix, etc) is and what the best log analysis tool for that SMTP program is. We are currently using Symantec Mail Security for

Re: freebsd

2008-08-11 Thread Derek Ragona
At 01:32 AM 8/11/2008, AAH wrote: Hi, Can someone give me the correct settings to configure an att/sbcglobal 2wire 1800 gateway(it's a modem, router/gateway)to work with FreeBSD? I have been told my other users of FreeBSD that this router/gateway does work with FreeBSD. (Freebsd 6.3).

Re: BIND won't resolve my IPs (not upstream or something?)

2008-08-10 Thread Derek Ragona
At 05:41 AM 8/9/2008, Redd Vinylene wrote: I got this FreeBSD server called mother (80.252.2.2). On it, I've made two jails, camel (80.252.2.3) and box (80.252.2.4 through to 80.252.2.127). The problem is that reverse lookups for any of the IPs preceding .4 on box fails. If I connect to IRC with

Re: BIND won't resolve my IPs (not upstream or something?)

2008-08-09 Thread Derek Ragona
At 06:55 AM 8/9/2008, Redd Vinylene wrote: I'm pretty sure I do, though my apologies if I'm wrong, did you check my pastie? On Sat, Aug 9, 2008 at 1:48 PM, Derek Ragona [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At 05:41 AM 8/9/2008, Redd Vinylene wrote: I got this FreeBSD server called mother (80.252.2.2

Re: no boot/loader

2008-08-08 Thread Derek Ragona
At 04:42 PM 8/8/2008, acmeinc wrote: No /boot/loader no /boot/kernel/kernel I isntalled FreeBSD 7.0 with the defaults for partiioning. I am using one hard drive in which I followed with the ASQ (auto, tag for boot, quit) command. I choose the standard boot loader option. I installed through

Re: no boot/loader

2008-08-08 Thread Derek Ragona
the boot area being written. -Derek Derek Ragona wrote: At 04:42 PM 8/8/2008, acmeinc wrote: No /boot/loader no /boot/kernel/kernel I isntalled FreeBSD 7.0 with the defaults for partiioning. I am using one hard drive in which I followed with the ASQ (auto, tag for boot, quit

Re: no boot/loader

2008-08-08 Thread Derek Ragona
, or it will just be to enable or disable the boot area being written. Most BIOS's have just a few pages of settings, so look through them all. -Derek Derek Ragona wrote: At 07:00 PM 8/8/2008, acmeinc wrote: Check things? Which things should I be checking for? And where should

Re: IBM eServer x225 - LSI 1030 SCSI - BTX Halted / infinite loop

2008-08-06 Thread Derek Ragona
At 04:56 AM 8/6/2008, underligast wrote: On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 10:15 PM, Derek Ragona wrote: Obviously it is the SCSI card or drives. Have you tried changing the BIOS settings on the SCSI? You might want to try changing the SCSI BUS speed. You may also want to try turning off

Re: memory allocation with malloc

2008-08-06 Thread Derek Ragona
At 01:16 AM 8/5/2008, Shyamal Shukla wrote: Hi All, I am trying to validate my understanding of how malloc works by means of the below C program which tries to corrupt essential information maintained by malloc for free() operation. The program allocates 4, 12 byte blocks (internally 16

Re: IBM eServer x225 - LSI 1030 SCSI - BTX Halted / infinite loop

2008-08-05 Thread Derek Ragona
At 01:42 PM 8/5/2008, underligast wrote: I'm trying to install FreeBSD 7.0 on my new server, an IBM eServer x225 (8647-5CG) The server/drives runs fine under windows 2003 and ubuntu server but the FreeBSD installation just halts. So far i've tried: CD: disk1 from 6.2, 7.0, CD: bootonly from 7.0

Re: Mail Heading to dead.letter

2008-07-31 Thread Derek Ragona
At 10:08 PM 7/30/2008, Andy Christianson wrote: At 05:45 PM 7/30/2008, Andy Christianson wrote: Check perms on /var/mail that it is set to 775 -Derek /var/mail is at 775, so that's not it... [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]$ stat /var/mail 89 47105 drwxrwxr-x 2 root mail 188185 512

Re: Controlling read access

2008-07-31 Thread Derek Ragona
At 04:16 PM 7/31/2008, John Almberg wrote: I operate a server on which I am typically the only ssh user, but I do provide a small number of users ftp access. Each user has their own home directory. Currently all home directories have read permission set for 'other'. This means if I log in as

Re: SCSI RAID on FreeBSD 7.0, where is the array?

2008-07-30 Thread Derek Ragona
At 07:56 AM 7/30/2008, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I am fighting the following hardware: MB: ASUS p5b-plus (NON vista edition) Cpu: Core 2 duo 4600 SCSI Card: Adaptec 39320 (Unused Dell OEM bought from ebay) HDDs: 2xSeagate Cheetah 73.4 GB Ultra320 SCSI (posibly Dell OEM) Nb. The MB

Re: setting the other end's TCP segment size

2008-07-30 Thread Derek Ragona
At 11:04 PM 7/29/2008, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [TCP] splits traffic to 'segments' using its own logic ... Is there a simple way for a FreeBSD system to cause its peer to use a transmit segment size of, say, 640 bytes -- so that the peer will never try to send a packet larger than that? I'm

Re: Mail Heading to dead.letter

2008-07-30 Thread Derek Ragona
At 07:52 AM 7/30/2008, Andy Christianson wrote: Sendmail is running DNS is working. See the following output: [EMAIL PROTECTED] /home/andy]# /etc/rc.d/sendmail status sendmail_submit is running as pid 71703. sendmail_clientmqueue is running as pid 675. [EMAIL PROTECTED] /home/andy]# ping

Re: Mail Heading to dead.letter

2008-07-30 Thread Derek Ragona
At 05:45 PM 7/30/2008, Andy Christianson wrote: Check perms on /var/mail that it is set to 775 -Derek /var/mail is at 775, so that's not it... [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]$ stat /var/mail 89 47105 drwxrwxr-x 2 root mail 188185 512 Jul 30 03:01:51 2008 Jul 30 16:35:18 2008 Jul 30 16:35:18

Re: {Spam?} Re: SCSI RAID on FreeBSD 7.0, where is the array?

2008-07-30 Thread Derek Ragona
compendium of both disks. -Derek Derek Ragona wrote: At 07:56 AM 7/30/2008, mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED][EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I am fighting the following hardware: MB: ASUS p5b-plus (NON vista edition) Cpu: Core 2 duo 4600 SCSI Card: Adaptec 39320 (Unused Dell OEM bought from

Re: Having some problems with a FreeBSD mail server (SMTP)

2008-07-30 Thread Derek Ragona
At 07:35 PM 7/30/2008, Andrew Falanga wrote: Hi, I run a mail server for my church. Today I was called that folks are able to receive, but not send their mail. They are all currently configured for POP3 (I use dovecot). At home I tried to send mail to two different e-mail accounts of mine

Re: {Spam?} Re: {Spam?} Re: SCSI RAID on FreeBSD 7.0, where is the array?

2008-07-30 Thread Derek Ragona
Queueing Enabled da1: 35074MB (71833096 512 byte sectors: 255H 63S/T 4471C) Regards Are you seeing any aacd drives in the dmesg? This would be the device name for an advanced adaptec raid drive. -Derek Derek Ragona wrote: At 07:14 PM 7/30/2008, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi

Re: {Spam?} Re: Sendmail local LAN delivery

2008-07-27 Thread Derek Ragona
At 03:49 PM 7/27/2008, Bruno Joho wrote: Hi Derek thanks for the reply. My intention was to deliver the mails between the workstations on the LAN directly. Every Workstation on the LAN would have an appropriate cf file which forwards mails with a destination on the WAN - to the WAN-Smarthost,

Re: Sendmail local LAN delivery

2008-07-24 Thread Derek Ragona
At 06:30 AM 7/24/2008, Bruno Joho wrote: Hi folks we have a inside the Lab (Class B Net, eg: bnet.ourdomain.com) several workstations (eg: host1.intra015.bnet.ourdomain.com) in different Class C Net (eg.intra015.bnet.ourdomain.com). There is a Mail Hub outside the Class B Net which communicates

Re: Repeating Mail

2008-07-16 Thread Derek Ragona
At 10:47 PM 7/15/2008, lyd mc wrote: Hi guys, Some of my mail users receive repeating mail. I am using sendmail and my user uses MS Outlook to send/receive. Is there any way to solve this problem? Thank you. Best regards, alyd Check the user's outlook setup. It is likely they are

Re: problem with sendmail and su

2008-07-09 Thread Derek Ragona
At 05:44 AM 7/9/2008, Nicolas Letellier wrote: Hello. I use FreeBSD 7 with sendmail. I have a problem for sending email. More precisely, with the sender of the mail. When I'm logged to my machine in root, the mail is sent with [EMAIL PROTECTED] with sender. OK, no problems. When I'm logged to

Re: quota and sendmail accepts 10k mail size

2008-07-08 Thread Derek Ragona
At 08:14 PM 7/7/2008, lyd mc wrote: Greetings, I setup my mail server on freebsd7.0R and it is working great! However, I have a problem on quota. It suppose to block any incoming message to specific user which is under quota. But sendmail can still send to the user under quota if the mail

Re: Reconfiguring network interfaces

2008-07-06 Thread Derek Ragona
At 09:06 AM 7/6/2008, David Allen wrote: I need to make several wholesale changes to a few different systems, and I'd prefer to do it over SSH without losing connectivity where possible. I know I can use ifconfig, or edit /etc/rc.conf directly and reboot, but is there a canonical way to make

Re: sendmail on server with ip aliases and virtual hosts

2008-07-02 Thread Derek Ragona
At 11:26 AM 7/2/2008, D W wrote: Hello, Having a problem with sendmail on some of my servers supporting several virtual apache hosts. Because these servers have 5-10 ip aliases bound, it sometimes trips up sendmail when sending outbound mail to my smarthost. All servers are configured to use

Re: priority or order for /usr/local/etc/rc.d scripts?

2008-06-30 Thread Derek Ragona
At 03:37 PM 6/30/2008, fred wrote: Hi guys, Basically, I have 2 scripts in the folder /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ Resin.sh and apache.sh I need resin to be started when apache is starting, how can I do that? I can't find any documentation on priority or order for startup scripts. I have

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