Well, at least I think I solved this… Â there may be a better way, but on my system this worked. I am running PCBSD 9.1 still, just an FYI. Checkout the original CrashPlan installation post here: How to install Crashplan on FreeBSD Ok, so here’s the main problem: CrashPlan installed […]
Error showed: dsi_getsess: Connection refused. Was actually a simple fix. Â (FYI, I am running Netatalk 2.2.4 on FreeBSD/PCBSD 9.1) Open /etc/hosts.allow Add lines for afpd for your network/hosts. Change to match your environment, of course. afpd: [ fe80:ca2a:%nfe0 ] : allow afpd: .1stbyte.lan : allow afpd: 192.168.0.0/24 : allow […]
Note to self: Fix this Error in Apache PHP Suexec FastCGI session_start open O_RDWR Permission Denied Warning: session_start(): open(path-to-tmp-dir, O_RDWR) failed: Permission denied(13) The solution was simple, but in most of my PHP scripts it didn’t even show this error. The fix: Go to your /var/tmp directory. (or wherever you […]
I have CrashPlan running on a couple FreeBSD servers now, and I thought I’d write up a quick startup rc script. Here’s what we’ll do. This assumes you’ve installed CrashPlan in the default directory, which requires the “/compat/linux/bin/bash” environment. 1. Create a startup script in /etc/rc.d called “crashplan”. Put the […]
This took a while to solve, its not exactly user-friendly. Â I have a FreeBSD server running VirtualBox virtual machines in headless mode, and I need to do everything using VBoxManage command line. (CLI) Â In one case I wanted to remove the attached DVD ISO image from my machine. They don’t […]
I finally did some reading, and found that setting my vfs.zfs.arc_max to about one-half my RAM, minus 512MB, and setting vm.kmem_size to 1.5x my RAM, it would stop giving me the kmem_map panic.
How to install Crashplan on FreeBSD!
Note, this install is on a FreeBSD 8.1-RELEASE system.
Here’s my notes for ZFS root installation with FreeBSD 8.1. (amd64 on my system) Boot up the FreeBSD install disk, youâ€™ll need one with the Fixit system. In the examples listed, I had 2 disks, ad4 and ad6. Yours may be different, replace as necessary. 1. Add the modules on […]
Tried to manually setup my disks in order to install root FreeBSD on a ZFS mirror, but following the how-toâ€™s available, I couldnâ€™t get pass the first command. gpart create -s gpt ad0 geom ‘ad0’: File exists I tried deleting the partitions/slices, even doing a â€œdd of=/dev/nullâ€ on my […]
I only need to update this once in a while, but twice now Iâ€™ve forgotten what to run after an update to /etc/login.conf. Run this: cap_mkdb /etc/login.conf