# echo ::memstat | mdb -k
Page Summary Pages MB %Tot
------------ ---------------- ---------------- ----
Kernel 8443847 32983 13%
ZFS File Data 53644741 209549 80%
Anon 67460 263 0%
Exec and libs 1788 6 0%
Page cache 6731 26 0%
Free (cachelist) 16775 65 0%
Free (freelist) 4893633 19115 7%
Total 67074975 262011
Physical 67074974 262011
You want to set up a 1-direction replication (i.e. zfs send/receive) to mirror the live pool to its backup.can you have say a pool with 3 3 way mirrors, so 9 disks, then a 3 disk raid-z1 and have data sync'd between the 2 pools automatically. For some backup facility.
What's currently the best distro? I'm using the first build of OI based on Illumos!! Just backing up my data to do a complete fresh install.
smbadm enable-user guest
I can take a guess what this might be about.
There were several bugs fixed as part of the "extended security" work:
1122 smbsrv should use SPNEGO (inbound authentication)
One of those was that we used to give a client a "guest" logon
if they tried to logon to SMB with _any_ unrecognized account.
No, that was never a good idea. Not only was it questionable
for security, but it confused issues about failed logon. Example:
Windows user does NOT get the expected pop-up dialog asking
for new credentials when they try to connect to a share using
an invalid user name. Instead, they would get connected,
but would fail to have access to anything in the share.
So with that bug fixed, one can logon as "guest" only if:
(1) you actually ask for guest in your logon request,
(2) a local Unix account named "guest" exists, and
(3) the guest account is enabled for SMB
Therefore, if you were using guest access before 1122 was fixed,
(and were depending on accidental guest access working),
you'll need to do the following to re-enable guest access:
useradd (options] guest
smbadm enable-user guest
The guest account password is ignored by SMB, so
all that matters to SMB is whether that account is
marked as enabled in /var/smb/smbpasswd
To keep Unix users from using guest for login, you can
set the Unix password hash to something invalid, etc.
You can call these settings either with a bootinit script or cron
When you use napp-it, you can place them in menu Services > Bonjour and Autostart
You want to set up a 1-direction replication (i.e. zfs send/receive) to mirror the live pool to its backup.
I would suggest the new OmniOS 151018 stable as it offers some huge SMB improvements
and support for newer hardware ex the new Intel i219 nics
ut I'd like to know if Windows storage spaces can replicate what ZFS can do in regards to grouping raid sets. My current setup is 2X 6-drive RAID-Z2 for one pool. Could I do that in Windows, or even group 7X 2-way mirrors for one pool? Or would it be 7X distinct 2-way mirrors?
The Solaish kernelbased SMB server works perfectly in an AD.
As it supports Windows SMB groups and stores Windows SID as extended ZFS attributes you can even replicate or move a pool to another AD member server without loosing Permissions, unique for a Unix SMB server on a Unix filesystem.
You start the commands as a background task so they run until reboot or until you manually kill them.
If you start them via cron or at, you should run them only once ex on reboot or you must use a script that takes care about.
The usual way to start services/daemons at boottime is a service manifest or a startscript in /etc/init.d
ypo must find a way to start your following commands at boottime as a background task
(thiis is what the & at the end means)
dns-sd -R "MyServer" _device-info._tcp. local 445 model=Xserve & dns-sd -R "MyServer" _smb._tcp local. 445 &
No problem, you can add all commands in a single script