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NAS4Free 11.0.0.4.3460 released (FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE-P7)

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Re: NAS4Free 11.0.0.4.3460 released (FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE-P7)

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tdlmarek wrote:
29 Jan 2017 12:44
I've tried Edge, Firefox and Chrome. All of the report the same issue. I don't believe it's browser related, I don't have a problem with navigation/rendering or anything like that, the connection itself fails to complete - I don't even get the password prompt.

Here is a full console debug log from Chrome:
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same problem here, the conexion is cut after 3 to 4 sec. and only stable if use UltraVNC Viewer, tested with Firefox ( latest) and chrome
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Re: RE: Re: NAS4Free 11.0.0.4.3460 released (FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE-P7)

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slaycock wrote:Yet again an upgrade fails. Tried to upgrade two machines last night. Both doing 11.0.0.4.337? to 11.0.0.4.3460 Both upgraded but did not restore the config. I use 192.168.2.xxx for my home network. Perhaps its going to be easier to learn how to build NAS4free myself so that I can patch the default web address.

Otherwise how do I track down what is going wrong?
Try to disable Extended GUI (maybe and other extension) before upgrade.
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Re: NAS4Free 11.0.0.4.3460 released (FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE-P7)

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good addition to add edit (toolbox) to Status > Services

what about to add a switch in enable column to enable/disable directly?.

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Re: NAS4Free 11.0.0.4.3460 released (FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE-P7)

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maybe better add a switch in enable column to start/stop directly?.
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Re: NAS4Free 11.0.0.4.3460 released (FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE-P7)

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Andrey_BAM wrote:
31 Jan 2017 07:54
maybe better add a switch in enable column to start/stop directly?.
start/stop or enable/disable is the same for the service point of view, but yes that is the idea behind, to have a centrallized page to start/stop several services in a easy way without navigate for several pages.
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Re: NAS4Free 11.0.0.4.3460 released (FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE-P7)

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raulfg3 wrote:
31 Jan 2017 08:32
Andrey_BAM wrote:
31 Jan 2017 07:54
maybe better add a switch in enable column to start/stop directly?.
start/stop or enable/disable is the same for the service point of view, but yes that is the idea behind, to have a centrallized page to start/stop several services in a easy way without navigate for several pages.
I don't enable/disabled services daily, may be I'm a rare case. Instead of it and in order to improve the UX I use the traffic light switch in my projects (Ajax or JavaFx), then you can interact in a friendly way and at the same time you know the status for each service together with the PID and Process workload. Think on mobile access. Just my two cents.

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Re: NAS4Free 11.0.0.4.3460 released (FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE-P7)

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Hi all,

I recently upgraded my NAS from an older version, forget which one exactly (one of the 10.x builds a year or so old), to 11.0.0.4.3460 and I'm having a problem setting up a lagg for LAN. To upgrade I installed to a new USB stick, which booted up fine. When I restored a backup of my config the system the system went into a boot loop. It would get just to the point where the console menu would display then show a trap error, too quickly to read, then reboot, and repeat.

Through trial and error I found that if I disabled the lagg for LAN in the old config and then restored to a newly installed USB stick the system would boot normally. The motherboard in this machine (Asrock Rack e3c224-4l) has 4 ibg ports. In the old setup I was using igb0 and igb1 for the LAN lagg and the other two for an iscsi connection to an Esxi machine.

Once I got the system booted up I tried reinstalling the lagg, but no matter what I've tried the system will go into a boot loop unless I disable the lagg.

Has anyone run into a similar issue setting up a lagg. or have any ideas how to prevent the boot loop? I recall having issues getting this to work in the old version, but don't recall what I did last time to get it to work.

thank you.

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Re: losing internet connection with 3460

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jamaroney wrote:
28 Jan 2017 12:51
Has anyone else had problems with losing Internet connectivity with 3460? Several times over the last few days, in the midst of downloading torrents, the N4F loses connectivity (no ping), and I have to reboot. The logs show nothing, and all processes are still running.

I'm going to wait a few more days to see if and how often it recurs. If it does, I'll revert back to previous 11.0.0.4 version and see if things improve.
UPDATE: I had several more instances of losing Internet connectivity, and I also noticed that a cron job involving ffmpeg was no longer working correctly.

So, I reverted to 3330 three days ago, and neither problem has reccurred since.

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Re: NAS4Free 11.0.0.4.3460 released (FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE-P7)

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Hello,

"We believe that the use of 32-bits versions can not give the end users it's full potential of the OS".

Are you really serious about that?

Have you also dumped the development of the ARM branch?

Do you really want your system to become an overbloat like the no-more FreeNAS?

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Re: NAS4Free 11.0.0.4.3460 released (FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE-P7)

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F8BOE wrote:
05 Feb 2017 18:41
Hello,

"We believe that the use of 32-bits versions can not give the end users it's full potential of the OS".

Are you really serious about that?

Have you also dumped the development of the ARM branch?

Do you really want your system to become an overbloat like the no-more FreeNAS?

Ciao @+

Sorry, but yes, but there are a few reasons for this.

32-bits versions do not support bigger amounts ram like 64-bits versions does.
Over last decade server/desktop processors do all support 64-bits.
Compile and publish community driven 32-bit releases takes me extra time and efforts before we are able todo releases.
I simply do not want to compile this slower arch over and over again where in downloads it is much lesser used anyway by end users.
And finally the 32-bits version has stripped down features like virtualization etc. because of the arch ram limit.
Than also Storage drives do grow a lot bigger where for zfs 32-bits and services the limit is there.
Now 10.3 series is the last series that also are released in 32-bits versions.

ARM is not developed/supported by me anyway, Daisuke makes those, its about to see if he continue on arm.
So far those where never seen as an good NAS server solution because of limited power of the arm arch.
I personal need high file transfers in my network, arm can not give me this, fot that I do not use it.

And last: you ask/want me to think: "Do you really want your system to become an overbloat like the no-more FreeNAS?"

I think we can say that we are not an over bloated OS you can not compare with FreeNAS.
We do not use 2GB swap space by default on every ZFS storage pool drive like FreeNAS do, We do use minimal but standard Services onboard the System. Our installed OS is a lot smaller than FreeNAS OS by all means, We do not have 8GB minimum ram requirements, but you do forget FreeBSD did grow over time too. Last years many new hardware support and features are added and that's a good thing.
It grows, sure but if you think NAS4Free is or get over bloated, than you are simply wrong.

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Re: NAS4Free 11.0.0.4.3460 released (FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE-P7)

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zoon1,

First and foremost I have to say thank you for your efforts on N4F.
I'm giving my two cents on the 32/64 bits issue because:
- You don't have to feel bad about stop maintaining it;
- Sure there are cases were 32 bits will fit and be a user choice. If that necessity is big enough, someone else can pitch in and maintain the 32 bits release, after all we are an open community.

Thanks again for you time!

F8BOE,

This is not a critic, just a more realistic look on the fact the we are not a commercial company, and even so are better than FreeNAS (also nothing against FreeNAS, and nothing against making money... ;) ).

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