PAE: Cannot fork

2011-04-14 Thread Dennis Nikiforov
Hello, I have a problem with FreeBSD 7.x 32bit running the standard PAE kernel on a dell R210 server with 16GB of RAM. All servers spec'ed like this have the same identical problem and it is not a hardware issue because all memory tests have been negative. basically the issue

Re: FreeBSD 8.2 (i386) does not install under Hyper-V

2011-04-14 Thread Mike
Try to install FreeBSD 8.2 on Hyper-V but some-virt-hdd.VHD not bigger then 30Gb. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to

Re: PAE: Cannot fork

2011-04-14 Thread krad
On 14 April 2011 08:05, Dennis Nikiforov dennis.nikifo...@gmail.com wrote: Hello, I have a problem with FreeBSD 7.x 32bit running the standard PAE kernel on a dell R210 server with 16GB of RAM. All servers spec'ed like this have the same identical problem and it is not a hardware

Re: PAE: Cannot fork

2011-04-14 Thread Dennis Nikiforov
There is a legacy piece of custom software that runs only on 32 bit systems, so going to 64 bit is not possible. On Apr 14, 2011, at 12:08 PM, krad wrote: On 14 April 2011 08:05, Dennis Nikiforov dennis.nikifo...@gmail.com wrote: Hello, I have a problem with FreeBSD 7.x 32bit

Re: PAE: Cannot fork

2011-04-14 Thread krad
On 14 April 2011 11:14, Dennis Nikiforov dennis.nikifo...@gmail.com wrote: There is a legacy piece of custom software that runs only on 32 bit systems, so going to 64 bit is not possible. On Apr 14, 2011, at 12:08 PM, krad wrote: On 14 April 2011 08:05, Dennis Nikiforov

Re: PAE: Cannot fork

2011-04-14 Thread Dennis Nikiforov
Well, the idea was to run many instances of the app (each process does not need more than a couple of gigs of ram). Using virtualization is another option, but it will require a lot more maintenance of every VM. It would be a lot better if a single OS can use PAE. On Apr 14, 2011, at 3:47 PM,

Re: ZFS performance strangeness

2011-04-14 Thread Ivan Voras
On 12/04/2011 13:33, Lars Wilke wrote: Now i upgraded one machine to 8.2R and i get very good write performance over NFS but read performance drops to a ridiciously low value, around 1-2 MB/s. While writes are around 100MB/s. The network is a dedicated If you don't get any answer here, try

Re: PAE: Cannot fork

2011-04-14 Thread Ivan Voras
On 14/04/2011 12:14, Dennis Nikiforov wrote: There is a legacy piece of custom software that runs only on 32 bit systems, so going to 64 bit is not possible. Some ideas: 1) You can run 32-bit applications on 64-bit FreeBSD (and / or set up a 32-bit jail) 2) You can try booting a snapshot of

Re: PAE: Cannot fork

2011-04-14 Thread Mark Felder
On Thu, 14 Apr 2011 05:14:37 -0500, Dennis Nikiforov dennis.nikifo...@gmail.com wrote: There is a legacy piece of custom software that runs only on 32 bit systems, so going to 64 bit is not possible. Run it in a 32bit jail. PAE has never been very stable/reliable. Regards, Mark

Re: Remote access to Freebsd server

2011-04-14 Thread Damien Fleuriot
On 4/13/11 6:40 PM, Michael J. Kearney wrote: /var/log/security and ipfw list ftw. .. if a rule maches your configuration atm afiddler10 afiddle...@yahoo.com wrote: Hi, I am new to the Linux environment. I am trying to build a virtual Freebsd server to run another virtual device (a

Re: ZFS performance strangeness

2011-04-14 Thread Damien Fleuriot
On 4/12/11 1:33 PM, Lars Wilke wrote: Hi, There are quite a few threads about ZFS and performance difficulties, but i did not find anything that really helped :) Therefor any advice would be highly appreciated. I started to use ZFS with 8.1R, only tuning i did was setting

Two questions

2011-04-14 Thread afiddler10
Yesterday I received some very helpful advice from your technician.  I hope you can answer these two questions today!   I am trying to configure Freebsd so that I can access it from my host PC, which is Windows 7.  Yesterday the technician told me to configure bridging in VMware when I created

Re: Remote access to Freebsd server

2011-04-14 Thread Michael Powell
Damien Fleuriot wrote: On 4/13/11 6:40 PM, Michael J. Kearney wrote: [snip] Hi, I am new to the Linux environment. FreeBSD is *NOT* Linux! I am trying to build a virtual Freebsd server to run another virtual device (a Juniper router). I have found that after building the base

Extending pw(8) username limit

2011-04-14 Thread Ryan Coleman
I have a special situation where I'd like to do either first.last_somedomain.com or first.l...@somedomain.com but the former is rejected due to length and the latter due to the @ by pw(8). How do I extend this from 16 chars to 32 or 64? I have been finding it difficult to find explicit details

Re: Extending pw(8) username limit

2011-04-14 Thread Chuck Swiger
On Apr 14, 2011, at 2:20 PM, Ryan Coleman wrote: I have a special situation where I'd like to do either first.last_somedomain.com or first.l...@somedomain.com but the former is rejected due to length and the latter due to the @ by pw(8). How do I extend this from 16 chars to 32 or 64? I

Re: Extending pw(8) username limit

2011-04-14 Thread Ryan Coleman
I already run 10 domains worth of emails here, I would prefer to avoid adding anything that will screw with already functioning accounts... But maybe there's an option on Dovecot to reroute specific username requests to masquerade that... I'll check that out tomorrow. Thanks. On Apr 14, 2011,