This is why you use a versioning filesystem like ZFS with readonly snaps.
If you have snaps prior the infection, you can restore files from them,
use Windows "previous versions"
No chance for CryptoWare to modify or destroy snaps from a
SMB share - they are readonly. Not even an admin or root can
modify or destroy them from Windows.
Snapshots are only taken if you have enabled autosnaps or if you have created them manually.
No versioning, no undo, no restore if you do not have snaps
You can simply check the napp-it menu snapshots.
Thank you for the additional testing on windows _Gea. Btw, is there any way to determine the smb version that's running in OmniOS or via Napp-it web?
Thanks Gea, i look forward to your testing!The Napp-it installer comes with nearly everything that is needed so Hipster should not be a huge problem. As there is now an iso for Hipster, I will check if it is running when I find some time to check.
For production use, I would use OmniOS.
What is the best way to update napp-it?
napp-it menu About > update
where you can update or downgrade without a reboot
On problems, you can boot a previous BE
other option: rerun the wget installer
On Openindiana, read
On OmniOS, read
so it looks like hipster branch of OI finally fixes the net-snmp issue that causes >2tb zfs filesystems to get reported as 0 bytes!
Gea, i know you do not support napp-it on OI-hipster but was wondering if i can remove/replace the incompatible packages on my hipster install to convert it to something napp-it supports? Is the reason why you cant run nappit on hipster is that it purges all of the opensolaris packages? If i re-enabled the opensolaris.org publisher would nappit work? Or is it more complicated than that?
Will an Intel 750 PCI-E Drive work natively in Solaris 11.3? I'd like to use it as my L2ARC. Assuming 128GB of RAM, and a raw pool size of 80TB, is a 400GB L2ARC ok?
PCI-E 750 works with Solaris 11.3.
Is 400GB enough for L2ARC? It's always enough, the more you have, the more can be cached. Unless you turn dedup on and your RAM is not enough to store DDT, then you have to calculate the size for L2ARC to store DDT.