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Mike Morrow says: May 26, 2010 at 15:26 I found the problem (a very esoteric bit of trivia about mount points and space and privs) but FreeNAS is WAY too broken You probably already know this, but you'll need to get to the Command Line of your FreeNAS system to do the copy (ie via SSH). Notice that ISO image is actually mounted How to fix it: 1) Navigate to /etc/inc/util.inc 2) Locate a function called: get_mounts_list 3) Replace line: if (0 == preg_match("/^(\S+) on (\S+).+fsid (\S+).+/", July 27, 2014 Return to top of pageCopyright ©2016 · Genesis Framework · WordPress · Log in Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent Source

Management sees it OK and ONLINE Services/CSFS sees it and shows it as browseable Mount Point is my Problem - File System is set to NTFS but no matter what partition Before you go flaming me hehe.... I just really hate it when people ask questions I can no longer answer! 🙂 Thanks again, Rob Mike Morrow says: June 7, 2010 at 01:19 When people write to me, find quote Trebz Senior Member Posts: 227 Joined: Aug 2008 Reputation: 0 Location: South Yorkshire 2011-06-11 17:32 Post: #3 The XBMC build is on a Linux file system.....

i do know already that this is more a Linux issue, i'm just trying to get my XBMC machine up and running :-) My problem is: I have just built a If you added the disk without problem, try checking the SMART status of the HD. Powered down for good, I expect. Last year decided to move my server onto Ubuntu - gave up in frustration, just couldn't get anywhere with it.

I tried Openfiler, but could not figure out how to get one of the drives to show. This is why I ended up running a RAID5 configuration. Gerd says: September 6, 2010 at 10:53 Hi, I am working for a hospital and I have been trying to make freenas work for about two days now. Change the Partition drop-down to "2".

Open a browser and type in the IP address of your server (in our example from Part One the IP address was 192.168.1.250. What am i doing wrong?? :-) I am using Freenas: Version 0.7.2 Sabanda (revision 5543) Built on Sat Nov 6 08:54:38 CET 2010 OS Version FreeBSD 7.3-RELEASE-p3 (revision 199506) Platform amd64-embedded I'm not a Linux or FreeNAS expert, I'm just poking around with it, but I do have a VM setup running FreeNAS and I've set it up for with multiple drives, Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

Stay logged in Sign up now! I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... To add a CIFS share, it's very easy.

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Click the circle with the plus in it to add an authorized network. this contact form Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Off to the commercial solution zone. When I could get it to work, it would work for a while then break in one of several different ways.

Click Add Back at the Services: NFS screen click on Save and Restart". Thanks Newbie says: May 23, 2010 at 10:35 ignore me, I completely missed out the above bit about mount points!!!!! But moreover, FreeNAS is exceptionally fragile. have a peek here Click the ADD button.

You want to keep things separate to keep it manageable, and you generally want to use a separate device simply for performance reasons. 0 Share this post Link to post Share texdiver, Dec 6, 2013 #9 pirateghost Unintelligible Geek Moderator Joined: Feb 29, 2012 Messages: 3,699 Thanks Received: 495 Trophy Points: 81 texdiver said: ↑ I create another Nas using Nas4free. Earlier this year decided to try FreeNAS on an old PC with a 500Gb drive put in.

Did you change anything on your hardware?

Still trying every option available but nothing works...i could always FTP i suppose...i just wanted to transfer it quickly... They are not the same product at all. Then click on OK. I set my hard disk standby time to 20 minutes.

Thanks for any help on this. Members Online Now THX, xjimbob, rbendorf, Ronald BRanch, MobiusOne, Haathi, krikboh, Jturnbul, IceBoosteR, ethereal, Joshua Parker Ruehlig, dlavigne, Stubb, fernavat, pwnerman, SLIMaxPower, glasgerion, Rudi Pittman, ilmarmors, jkh Total: 192 (members: 21, I finally realized it must be drwxrwxrwx to function. Check This Out My first thought is to do with the path being set to \mnt but I dont know what to change this to, sorry if I'm being an idiot, just failing to

End of line. Are you on FreeNAS version 7? It will be couple hours before I can. I was told to try Linux based machines.

After (lost count of) months of waiting, STILL, something useful has NOT happened. When I but on the NAS I can get the GUI but no Drive. And I'm learning about things I never did along the way! I could easily hit 85Mbps loading one drive, 98-99Mbps loading 2 different drives (when it worked).

Home Forum iSpy New Posts Today's Posts Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Blogs Wiki What's New? I installed the OS on an old HDD and added a new big drive. Forums Welcome to our community forum! When I set it off, everything stopped except for me, as owner of that directory.

You will find many use for that and it is not that expensive. The ones that don't drop the f-bomb every other word, I publish. There was an error message about an access problem (I forget the exact wording). I never did figure out how to edit a file on FreeNAS.

Am I missing something here. texdiver, Dec 6, 2013 #1 dlavigne Administrator Administrator Moderator iXsystems Joined: May 24, 2011 Messages: 6,189 Thanks Received: 304 Trophy Points: 81 What filesystem is the disk formatted with? dlavigne, Dec 6, 2013 #4 dlavigne Administrator Administrator Moderator iXsystems Joined: May 24, 2011 Messages: 6,189 Thanks Received: 304 Trophy Points: 81 Also, if you've been running for the past 3