Re: mounting a .iso image? ... missing man page

2013-10-09 Thread dweimer
On 10/09/2013 10:14 pm, Gary Aitken wrote: For some strange reason, my 9.1 system seems to be missing the section 1 man page for tar, although everything else seems to be there. I have an iso9660 image of 9.1 release which I tried to mount to copy the missing file, but that didn't work (can't

Re: 9.1 - 9.2 upgrade

2013-10-08 Thread dweimer
On 10/08/2013 4:27 am, Doug Hardie wrote: On 5 October 2013, at 05:08, Polytropon free...@edvax.de wrote: On Fri, 4 Oct 2013 21:49:18 -0700, Doug Hardie wrote: On 4 October 2013, at 20:03, Polytropon free...@edvax.de wrote: On Fri, 4 Oct 2013 19:42:15 -0700, Doug Hardie wrote: On 4

Re: 9.1 - 9.2 upgrade

2013-10-04 Thread dweimer
On 10/04/2013 1:36 am, Doug Hardie wrote: On 3 October 2013, at 11:48, Doug Hardie bc...@lafn.org wrote: On 3 October 2013, at 10:49, Doug Hardie bc...@lafn.org wrote: I just did an upgrade using freebsd-update to 9.2. This system uses a custom kernel so I am rebuilding everything after

9.1 - 9.2 upgrade, clang question

2013-10-03 Thread dweimer
When upgrading from 9.1 to 9.2 using source, is there any benefit to rebuilding twice, due to the clang version change? So that the second buildworld/kernel is done from the updated clang 3.3, instead of the clang 3.1 that was in FreeBSD 9.1? -- Thanks, Dean E. Weimer

Re: 9.1 - 9.2 upgrade

2013-10-03 Thread dweimer
On 10/03/2013 1:48 pm, Doug Hardie wrote: On 3 October 2013, at 10:49, Doug Hardie bc...@lafn.org wrote: I just did an upgrade using freebsd-update to 9.2. This system uses a custom kernel so I am rebuilding everything after the update completed. However, I noticed that /usr/src/UPDATING

Re: Port of icedtea-web-1.4_1, on 64 bit system might have a problem in the install process.

2013-10-02 Thread dweimer
On 10/02/2013 6:35 am, Volodymyr Kostyrko wrote: 01.10.2013 21:12, dweimer wrote: On 10/01/2013 11:09 am, dweimer wrote: I was struggling to get itweb-javaws to execute, due to it not being able to find libjava.so, after running it through truss, I was able to determine that its looking

Port of icedtea-web-1.4_1, on 64 bit system might have a problem in the install process.

2013-10-01 Thread dweimer
I was struggling to get itweb-javaws to execute, due to it not being able to find libjava.so, after running it through truss, I was able to determine that its looking for the library under /usr/local/lib/amd64, the file is located in /usr/local/openjdk7/jre/lib/amd64, I was able to work around

Re: Port of icedtea-web-1.4_1, on 64 bit system might have a problem in the install process.

2013-10-01 Thread dweimer
On 10/01/2013 11:09 am, dweimer wrote: I was struggling to get itweb-javaws to execute, due to it not being able to find libjava.so, after running it through truss, I was able to determine that its looking for the library under /usr/local/lib/amd64, the file is located in /usr/local/openjdk7/jre

Re: ZFS Snapshots Not able to be accessed under .zfs/snapshot/name

2013-09-09 Thread dweimer
On 08/16/2013 8:49 am, dweimer wrote: On 08/15/2013 10:00 am, dweimer wrote: On 08/14/2013 9:43 pm, Shane Ambler wrote: On 14/08/2013 22:57, dweimer wrote: I have a few systems running on ZFS with a backup script that creates snapshots, then backs up the .zfs/snapshot/name directory to make

Re: FreeBSD Squid 3.2 Reverse Proxy with HTTPS

2013-09-05 Thread dweimer
On 09/05/2013 7:24 pm, Daniel Duerr wrote: Hi Dean, Just stumbled upon your post. I'm encountering the exact same issue as you with my freebsd 8.3 squid-3.2.13 server. Have you learned anything new on this issue? Best, Daniel -- daniel duerr | president | ouido.net d...@ouido.net

Re: ZFS Snapshots Not able to be accessed under .zfs/snapshot/name

2013-08-16 Thread dweimer
On 08/15/2013 10:00 am, dweimer wrote: On 08/14/2013 9:43 pm, Shane Ambler wrote: On 14/08/2013 22:57, dweimer wrote: I have a few systems running on ZFS with a backup script that creates snapshots, then backs up the .zfs/snapshot/name directory to make sure open files are not missed

Re: ZFS Snapshots Not able to be accessed under .zfs/snapshot/name

2013-08-15 Thread dweimer
On 08/14/2013 9:43 pm, Shane Ambler wrote: On 14/08/2013 22:57, dweimer wrote: I have a few systems running on ZFS with a backup script that creates snapshots, then backs up the .zfs/snapshot/name directory to make sure open files are not missed. This has been working great but all

ZFS Snapshots Not able to be accessed under .zfs/snapshot/name

2013-08-14 Thread dweimer
I have a few systems running on ZFS with a backup script that creates snapshots, then backs up the .zfs/snapshot/name directory to make sure open files are not missed. This has been working great but all of the sudden one of my systems has stopped working. It takes the snapshots fine, zfs

How to Fix Port Audit showing ports not installed on a system

2013-08-06 Thread dweimer
I have a system that I just recently setup port audit, after realizing I forgot to install it on the machine. The problem is that it is finding vulnerabilities in several ports that are not installed on the system. These may have been installed at one point and removed. Firefox is one

Re: How to Fix Port Audit showing ports not installed on a system

2013-08-06 Thread dweimer
On 08/06/2013 11:58 am, Paul Macdonald wrote: On 06/08/2013 17:25, dweimer wrote: I have a system that I just recently setup port audit, after realizing I forgot to install it on the machine. The problem is that it is finding vulnerabilities in several ports that are not installed

Re: How to Fix Port Audit showing ports not installed on a system

2013-08-06 Thread dweimer
On 08/06/2013 2:55 pm, Matthew Seaman wrote: On 06/08/2013 19:23, dweimer wrote: Of course I have WITH_PKGNG=YES in the make.conf, and I believe that has been there ever since the server was built. Is my best option to get the correct list from pkg info use rm -r /var/db/pkg/* to clear

Dell Latitude E6520 Xorg Problems

2013-07-18 Thread dweimer
Is anyone out there running FreeBSD on a Dell Latitude E6520? I am struggling to Xorg to start, doing the Xorg -configure I get number of created screens does not match number of detected devices I have tried with an external monitor attached and laptop closed, with external monitor attached

Re: Dell Latitude E6520 Xorg Problems

2013-07-18 Thread dweimer
On 07/18/2013 9:18 am, Dean E. Weimer wrote: Success X is running after some more playing to verify what works and doesn't I will post back with full config, FYI I did have to re-enable Optimus after rebuilding with KMS. So far I still haven't been able to get the external monitor working, I

Problems Installing /usr/ports/devel/pear

2013-07-08 Thread dweimer
Is anyone else having problems installing pear with PHP 5.5? Or do I just have a misconfiguration on my system that is causing the install process to look at my /tmp directory. My ports tree is updated to svn revision 322502, and the system is running FreeBSD 9.1p4, so everything is up to

Re: /etc/jail.conf for automatically started jails listed in /etc/rc.conf

2013-05-14 Thread dweimer
On 05/14/2013 8:20 am, Joe wrote: David Demelier wrote: 2013/5/14 Joe fb...@a1poweruser.com: David Demelier wrote: Le lundi 13 mai 2013 16:32:01 Joe a écrit : David Demelier wrote: Hello dear, Does jail.conf(5) does not work for jails listed in the rc.conf ? I've added in /etc/jail.conf: foo

Re: small fanless mini-pc for home router/firewall?

2013-05-08 Thread dweimer
On 05/08/2013 9:10 am, firm...@gmail.com wrote: What is the best option out there for a mini-pc to run FreeBSD as a home router/firewall? (needs to have 2 nic's) ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Virtual Box service vboxheadless shutdown problems.

2013-04-29 Thread dweimer
/local/etc/rc.d/vboxheadless script is not shutting down the VM properly, which in turn is causing other services to not stop properly. I have set the following options in my rc.conf file vboxnet_enable=YES vboxheadless_enable=YES vboxheadless_machines=HomeServer vboxheadless_user=dweimer

Re: Virtual Box on FreeBSD Server

2013-04-19 Thread dweimer
On 04/19/2013 7:37 am, Bill Tillman wrote: I've been looking into setting up some Linux servers but instead I'm thinking that I could use Virtual Box on my FreeBSD servers to do this. I would like some seasoned advice from others on the following before proceeding: 1. As I understand it you can

FreeBSD on VMware ESXi with PCI Pass Through enabled

2013-03-28 Thread dweimer
Just curious if anyone has any good recommendations of settings for running FreeBSD under VMware ESXi 5.1 with PCI(e) pass through enabled. I have been doing some initial testing with a new motherboard processor and RAM. That I am hoping to be able to run 3 Servers on. The intended virtual

FreeBSD Squid 3.2 Reverse Proxy with HTTPS

2013-03-08 Thread dweimer
I am stuck in a kind of desperate situation, I have been managing several FreeBSD systems as forward proxy servers with Squid on them for 13 years, and a few with reverse proxies for around 4 years. But for the last few months, I have been struggling with HTTPS uploads failing on the

Re: SPAM: Re: ZFS root, error 2 when mounting root

2013-02-25 Thread dweimer
On 02/25/2013 10:00 am, bw wrote: That was my understanding, too, but the instructions on the wiki say there's no need to copy the cache file. In fact, there is no cache file to copy, since the pool is created with zpool create -o altroot=/mnt -O canmount=off zroot mirror /dev/gpt/g0zfs

Can anyone direct me to some information about what WITHOUT_PROFILE=YES actually means.

2013-02-04 Thread dweimer
I have ran into a recent issue, after a lot of trouble shooting I have narrowed it down to something in my /etc/src.conf the full file just has: WITHOUT_BIND=YES WITHOUT_NTP=YES WITHOUT_FLOPPY=YES WITHOUT_FREEBSD_UPDATE=YES WITHOUT_PROFILE=YES Of course bind and ntp are added in by ports

Re: geli overhead?

2013-02-04 Thread dweimer
On 02/04/2013 2:56 pm, mhca12 wrote: Is there some overhead associated with the geli setup as described earlier? $ df -h Filesystem SizeUsed Avail Capacity Mounted on /dev/ada0p3.eli127G6.9G119G 5%/ devfs 1.0k1.0k 0B 100%/dev

Re: Can anyone direct me to some information about what WITHOUT_PROFILE=YES actually means.

2013-02-04 Thread dweimer
On 02/04/2013 3:25 pm, Michael Powell wrote: dweimer wrote: I have ran into a recent issue, after a lot of trouble shooting I have narrowed it down to something in my /etc/src.conf the full file just has: WITHOUT_BIND=YES WITHOUT_NTP=YES WITHOUT_FLOPPY=YES WITHOUT_FREEBSD_UPDATE=YES

Re: Locking USB Serial Device to Specific Com port

2013-01-27 Thread dweimer
On 2013-01-26 16:40, Shane Ambler wrote: On 27/01/2013 08:15, dweimer wrote: I would like to lock down the USB serial port adapter used on the UPS to /dev/cuaU0, to make sure the UPS is always monitored and I will get a clean shutdown in event of a power failure. I believe

Re: Locking USB Serial Device to Specific Com port

2013-01-27 Thread dweimer
On 2013-01-27 08:48, dweimer wrote: On 2013-01-26 16:40, Shane Ambler wrote: On 27/01/2013 08:15, dweimer wrote: I would like to lock down the USB serial port adapter used on the UPS to /dev/cuaU0, to make sure the UPS is always monitored and I will get a clean shutdown in event of a power

Re: Locking USB Serial Device to Specific Com port

2013-01-27 Thread dweimer
On 2013-01-27 09:29, Warren Block wrote: On Sun, 27 Jan 2013, dweimer wrote: On 2013-01-26 16:40, Shane Ambler wrote: On 27/01/2013 08:15, dweimer wrote: I would like to lock down the USB serial port adapter used on the UPS to /dev/cuaU0, to make sure the UPS is always monitored and I

Locking USB Serial Device to Specific Com port

2013-01-26 Thread dweimer
I have two USB Serial adapters I use on my web server, ones always connected, to allow NUT to monitor my UPS. The other I use to view the console of my pfSense firewall, however I sometimes disconnect this one to use it with my laptop to configure switches. Because this one is unplugged and

Squid 3.2 Reverse Proxy Problems on FreeBSD

2013-01-24 Thread dweimer
Is anyone running else running the Squid 3.2 branch on FreeBSD as a reverse proxy? Specifically using HTTPS and uploading data? The reason I ask, I have a server Running FreeBSD 9.0-p4 and Squid 3.1.21, all works I tried upgrading to a new server running FreeBSD 9.1 with Squid 3.2.6, thought

Re: zfs configuration

2013-01-21 Thread dweimer
On 2013-01-21 09:50, Don Dugger wrote: Hi All, So I use zfs for the root file system. Works well. However now I want to move /tmp to ram-disk (memory disk or what ever). When I try to unmount /tmp with the zfs command of course it won't because its busy. With ufs I would just edit fstab and

Re: Syncing Two Dirs With Rsync

2013-01-10 Thread dweimer
On 2013-01-10 12:57, Tim Daneliuk wrote: I have used rsync for many years to make sure a destination machine:directory is kept up-to-date with some source master directory. I now need to find a way to keep two different machine:dirs in sync with each other. But for any given file, I don't know

Re: static ip address and ifconfig

2012-12-29 Thread dweimer
On 2012-12-29 12:45, Fbsd8 wrote: Polytropon wrote: On Sat, 29 Dec 2012 13:05:30 -0500, Fbsd8 wrote: Mike Jeays wrote: On Sat, 29 Dec 2012 12:13:32 -0500 Fbsd8 fb...@a1poweruser.com wrote: I don't have static ip address so I can not find out for myself. Lets say I am a company that my ISP

Re: ZFS info WAS: new backup server file system options

2012-12-21 Thread dweimer
On 2012-12-21 11:28, Arthur Chance wrote: On 12/21/12 14:06, Paul Kraus wrote: On Dec 21, 2012, at 7:49 AM, yudi v wrote: I am building a new freebsd fileserver to use for backups, will be using 2 disk raid mirroring in a HP microserver n40l. I have gone through some of the documentation and

FreeBSD as an Access Point

2012-12-21 Thread dweimer
Just wondering if anyone has used FreeBSD (or NanoBSD) on any small form factor broads such as PC Engines Alix, or similar hardware. And how well it has worked for them, and what hardware they used. I have been having a lot of performance issues with my home wireless, and am considering

Re: FreeBSD as an Access Point

2012-12-21 Thread dweimer
On 2012-12-21 19:55, Chris Hill wrote: On Fri, 21 Dec 2012, dweimer wrote: I have been having a lot of performance issues with my home wireless, and am considering replacing the current APs early next year. I wanted something a little more flexible than the standard consumer AP, without

Re: FreeBSD as an Access Point

2012-12-21 Thread dweimer
;_ylu=X3oDMTE1aTNzamNlBHNlYwNzcgRwb3MDMQRjb2xvA3NrMQR2dGlkA1JDRjAzOF8yMzU-/SIG=117fj2pvu/EXP=1356154655/**http%3a//soekris.com/ are embedded systems with BSD in mind. On 12/21/2012 3:12 PM, dweimer wrote: Just wondering if anyone has used FreeBSD (or NanoBSD) on any small form factor broads

Re: Curious question about using zfs send -R and receive on FreeBSD

2012-12-19 Thread dweimer
On 2012-12-19 07:01, Christopher J. Ruwe wrote: On Mon, 17 Dec 2012 16:00:06 -0600 dweimer dwei...@dweimer.net wrote: I recently migrated a machine that was built on a VM to physical hardware using the zfs send -R option against a snapshot of its root zfs setup. I went from smaller drives

Curious question about using zfs send -R and receive on FreeBSD

2012-12-17 Thread dweimer
I recently migrated a machine that was built on a VM to physical hardware using the zfs send -R option against a snapshot of its root zfs setup. I went from smaller drives to larger, both using a mirrored zpool. However the devices were different, the device IDs on the VM were da0 and da1,

Re: SMS application

2012-12-07 Thread dweimer
On 2012-12-06 13:59, Carmel wrote: Can anyone recommend a good SMS application that works on FreeBSD? I have used several different ones on MS Windows; however, I cannot find one that works on FreeBSD. There doesn't appear to be a fully functional one in the ports system either, although I

openjdk port build failures

2012-12-07 Thread dweimer
I am working on a 9.1-Release system built from source (Original Install from 9.1RC1), and am having trouble getting openjdk to build. I tried 7 first, and after that failed tried 6, has anyone else ran into this, Is it possibly because I have the system and ports where possible built with

Re: openjdk port build failures

2012-12-07 Thread dweimer
On 2012-12-07 16:01, dweimer wrote: I am working on a 9.1-Release system built from source (Original Install from 9.1RC1), and am having trouble getting openjdk to build. I tried 7 first, and after that failed tried 6, has anyone else ran into this, Is it possibly because I have the system

Re: CARP within VirtualBox Does it work?

2012-12-04 Thread dweimer
On 2012-12-01 03:14, Damien Fleuriot wrote: On 30 November 2012 20:44, dweimer dwei...@dweimer.net wrote: On 2012-11-29 14:07, dweimer wrote: On 2012-11-29 12:53, Fleuriot Damien wrote: On Nov 29, 2012, at 6:43 PM, dweimer dwei...@dweimer.net wrote: I was trying to setup a test of CARP

CARP within VirtualBox Does it work?

2012-11-29 Thread dweimer
I was trying to setup a test of CARP on two virtual machines running in VirtualBox 4.2.4r81684 I am not sure if I have something wrong with my CARP configuration or if VirtualBox just doesn't work right with it. I can only ping the CARP interface IP address from the machine listed as MASTER,

Re: dd command: BSD analog of conv=fsync?

2012-11-19 Thread dweimer
On 2012-11-19 07:42, Thomas Mueller wrote: In the last episode (Nov 18), Thomas Mueller said: What is the (Free)BSD counterpart of conv=fsync in dd command? Command in question is dd if=GNOME-3.6.0.iso of=/dev/DRIVE bs=8M conv=fsync This is for writing to a USB stick, and of course

Re: Advanced Format Drive ?

2012-11-16 Thread dweimer
On 2012-11-15 17:31, Ronald F. Guilmette wrote: (This stuff would probably be a lot less confiusing if I actually knew what I was doing, but...) OK, Warren, I've just done the following steps. The first two I drew from the manpage examples, and then followed those up with two commands from

Re: WARNING: FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE is approaching its End-of-Life date.

2012-11-16 Thread dweimer
On 2012-11-15 15:57, Matthias Petermann wrote: Hello, from a freshly installed FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE I did a freebsd-update to bring it to the latest patch level. After: # freebsd-update fetch I got this message: WARNING: FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE is approaching its End-of-Life

Custom ISO mount script problem

2012-11-13 Thread dweimer
I have a server that I use to host ISO images, and mount them so they are available via network shares. I ran into a problem today, I temporarily made an ISO image accessible via a md device and mounted it under /mnt just to check the data on the ISO image. My ISO mount script ran its

Re: Freebsd iSCSI client ?

2012-10-30 Thread dweimer
On 2012-10-29 17:08, dweimer wrote: On 2012-10-29 13:51, dweimer wrote: On 2012-10-29 08:29, John Levine wrote: I'm trying to set up a freebsd image under vmware, but I need more disk space than the vmware hosts offer. So the guy who runs the hosting place suggests getting a 1U disk server

Re: Freebsd iSCSI client ?

2012-10-29 Thread dweimer
On 2012-10-29 08:29, John Levine wrote: I'm trying to set up a freebsd image under vmware, but I need more disk space than the vmware hosts offer. So the guy who runs the hosting place suggests getting a 1U disk server and using iSCSI over gigabit Ethernet so I can build zfs volumes from the

Re: Bug in LAGG driver at 9.0 ?

2012-10-23 Thread dweimer
On 2012-10-23 06:02, Frank Bonnet wrote: Hello I cannot get the lagg driver to work properly at 9.0 the Cisco switch is well configured to support LACP no problem on that side it supports another Linux server with two aggregated eth ports that works well. here is the config of the FreeBSD

Re: ZFS / Boot Environments / Jails / Upgrading form Source Code

2012-10-19 Thread dweimer
On 2012-10-19 02:48, Shane Ambler wrote: On 19/10/2012 07:44, dweimer wrote: First step replace the usr/src within the jail with new source using svn, easy enough. Then start make buildworld... oops, I have a problem now, the usr/obj/usr stuff is now under /usr/obj/usr/jails/release91rc2

ZFS / Boot Environments / Jails / Upgrading form Source Code

2012-10-18 Thread dweimer
I have been playing around with different build layouts etc trying to come up with a plan to make updates smoother and more easily recoverable if it goes horribly wrong. I think I have almost figured things out, just have a couple things left to figure out, one of which I am hoping someone on

Updating ports tree with subversion behind an http proxy server

2012-10-05 Thread dweimer
I am working on switching from updating my systems with csup to subversion, for the systems I have behind a proxy server. When I was using csup, I used an SSH connection, tunneling the 5999 port through the proxy server. Now that I am looking at subversion, I have found the

Re: Updating ports tree with subversion behind an http proxy server

2012-10-05 Thread dweimer
On 2012-10-05 10:16, dweimer wrote: I am working on switching from updating my systems with csup to subversion, for the systems I have behind a proxy server. When I was using csup, I used an SSH connection, tunneling the 5999 port through the proxy server. Now that I am looking at subversion

Re: PC-BSD 9.0 in VirtualBox

2012-09-28 Thread dweimer
On 2012-09-28 07:03, Rares Aioanei wrote: On Thu, 27 Sep 2012 22:56:42 -0400 Mike Jeays mike.je...@rogers.com wrote: I have been running PC-BSD 9.0 with the KDE interface in a VirtualBox VM, and notice that it uses CPU resources when idle, driving up my CPU temperature about 15 degrees on an

Re: PC-BSD 9.0 in VirtualBox

2012-09-28 Thread dweimer
On 2012-09-28 12:06, Warren Block wrote: On Thu, 27 Sep 2012, Mike Jeays wrote: I have been running PC-BSD 9.0 with the KDE interface in a VirtualBox VM, and notice that it uses CPU resources when idle, driving up my CPU temperature about 15 degrees on an otherwise idle machine. (It is an

Re: Anyone Tried to use iPXE to boot with iSCSI?

2012-09-20 Thread dweimer
On 2012-09-20 09:42, Vincent Hoffman wrote: On 19/09/2012 06:53, dweimer wrote: I was just trying some proof of concept testing to see if I could get a system booting with no local disk using iSCSI running from my FreeNAS box. I got started, by first booting a 9.1-RC1 CD, into live CD

Anyone Tried to use iPXE to boot with iSCSI?

2012-09-19 Thread dweimer
I was just trying some proof of concept testing to see if I could get a system booting with no local disk using iSCSI running from my FreeNAS box. I got started, by first booting a 9.1-RC1 CD, into live CD, created a /tmp/iscsi.conf used kldload to load the iscsi initiator, connected to the

Re: FreeBsd modules

2012-09-04 Thread dweimer
On 2012-09-04 15:26, Matthew Seaman wrote: On 04/09/2012 19:33, Brian Stivala wrote: I have a watchguard firewall v80 which I’ve decided to amend it to PFSense based on freebsd. So far I’ve installed PFSense and everything is working accordingly. This firewall has 2x onboard nic cards and a

Bacula on FreeBSD Concurrent Jobs

2012-08-03 Thread dweimer
I am trying to set-up my FreeBSD Bacula server to run concurrent jobs, however it only runs one job at a time, and doesn't report why its waiting to execute the second job. I have contacted the Bacula-Users mail list, and know one there seems to have an idea why my configuration isn't

Disk Errors

2012-07-24 Thread dweimer
Just curious, I am sure the likely issue is a bad disk, but I thought there might be a chance this could be caused by possibly by something else. I have three 1TB disks I use for backup, two of them are Western Digital drives I bought specifically for this purpose. One is a Seagate drive

Re: Disk Errors

2012-07-24 Thread dweimer
On 2012-07-24 12:50, Wojciech Puchar wrote: Just curious, I am sure the likely issue is a bad disk, but I thought there actually not that likely. i had such problems, occurring randomly on many drives, and all problems disappeared after changing computer, with the same disk. BTW i would

Re: Disk Errors

2012-07-24 Thread dweimer
On 2012-07-24 13:04, Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Jul 24), dweimer said: I have three 1TB disks I use for backup, two of them are Western Digital drives I bought specifically for this purpose. One is a Seagate drive that came out of a barebones PC that I replaced with a couple

Re: Disk Errors

2012-07-24 Thread dweimer
On 2012-07-24 13:37, jb wrote: dweimer dweimer at dweimer.net writes: ... ad4: TIMEOUT - WRITE_DMA48 retrying (1 retry left) LBA=817755328 ad4: WARNING - WRITE_DMA48 UDMA ICRC error (retrying request) LBA=837397120 ... There is a story about it: http://linux-bsd-sharing.blogspot.com/2009/03

Re: Disk Errors

2012-07-24 Thread dweimer
On 2012-07-24 16:10, Warren Block wrote: On Tue, 24 Jul 2012, dweimer wrote: Just curious, I am sure the likely issue is a bad disk, but I thought there might be a chance this could be caused by possibly by something else. I have three 1TB disks I use for backup, two of them are Western

Re: Disk Errors

2012-07-24 Thread dweimer
On 2012-07-24 21:29, Adam Vande More wrote: On Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 11:40 AM, dweimer dwei...@dweimer.net wrote: Just curious, I am sure the likely issue is a bad disk, but I thought there might be a chance this could be caused by possibly by something else. I have three 1TB disks I

Re: Invalid GPT backup header

2012-07-18 Thread dweimer
On 2012-07-09 15:11, dweimer wrote: I have had a few virtual machine installations come up with gptboot: invalid GPT backup header error message while booting. (some immediately on first boot after install) They still boot fine, and run without problems, but I would like to find a way to fix

Re: Is there a way to run FreeBSD ports through port 80?

2012-07-12 Thread dweimer
On 2012-07-12 15:26, Kaya Saman wrote: On 07/12/2012 07:54 PM, Peter Vereshagin wrote: Hello. Why don't you use a portsnap? it's over http... 2012/07/12 19:01:15 +0100 Kaya Saman kayasa...@gmail.com = To Peter Vereshagin : KS I will check it out however and see if that method is best,

Invalid GPT backup header

2012-07-09 Thread dweimer
I have had a few virtual machine installations come up with gptboot: invalid GPT backup header error message while booting. (some immediately on first boot after install) They still boot fine, and run without problems, but I would like to find a way to fix the problem. Does anyone know how