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    Synology/DSM + ZFS?

    Synology is a hardware NAS, but apparently they use GPL code for the OS, so they have to release certain sources to the community. So, a community of developed/ported a 'clone' of the Synology OS that will run on standard x86 (if limited) hardware. The project is being developed at...
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    Synology/DSM + ZFS?

    How much of a risk is there for increased latency when (1) both the ZFS-VM and Synology-VM are on the same ESXI host, (2) both VMs are using a VMXNET3 NIC, and (3) both VMs are enabled for VMCI? Can you recommend a tool/utility that I can use to measure and compare the latency? PS - I...
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    Synology/DSM + ZFS?

    A post on another site led me to the XPEnology site and from there to sources for installing DSM in ESXi. All in all, very cool. I am currently running an OpenIndiana-based NAS (with a napp-it front end) in ESXi in order to take advantage of the ZFS file system. The one, and only...
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    [Recommendation] Web-interface for openindiana

    I'm having the same problem with XAMPP 1.7.7 installed from napp-it on OpenIndiana. Does anyone have a fix or, alternatively, a successful install of Owncloud on OpenIndiana?
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    Ceton PCIe install in VMWare ESXi

    I am currently hosting two PCIe Cetons in a WHS2011 machine that is doing basically nothing other than hosting the cards. I currently have a Supermicro-based VT-d capable ESXi 5 server that I would like to virtualize a machine hosting the Ceton cards. But, the server crashes once the guest OS...
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    ZFSguru NAS fileserver project

    I am a noob (coming from a Windows background), I have used "mv" to move and "cp -R" to copy directories/files from one location/pool to another within the same BSD build. To initially copy/move files from my Windows server to FreeBSD, I set up Samba on FreeBSD and then accessed the share from...
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    ZFSguru NAS fileserver project

    I had the exact same problem. I am a complete noob with FreeBSD, but I was able to figure out that the size of the target appears to be in the istgt.conf file at /usr/local/etc/istgt. I was also able to figure out that the parameters of the file also happen to be under "Main configuration" of...
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