Mar 082015
 

This system was recently converted to a beadm layout. The previous layout has been saved for comparision. For future reference, this is the slocum server, which I use for various jails and services. The filesystems, well, some of them: And dmesg:

Mar 052015
 
Please give me your LTO-4 or better tape library

I’ve been a contributor to the Bacula project since 2004 (about 10 years). My contributions have mostly in the PostgreSQL backend, regression testing, maintainer of the FreeBSD ports, and how-to guides and blog entries. My current tape library is a donated SDLT 220 unit and I am looking to upgrade it. Can I have your […]

Feb 282015
 

The name cuppy was inspired by a Starbucks story told to me by Kimberly Gibson. This system is set up for testing new stuff. The disk partitions: The zpools: The filesystems: The dmesg info:

Feb 182015
 

This is tallboy, the server I have at RootBSD. I like to store away this type of documentation, in case I need it later. This server was originally on UFS with gmirror. The partitions: The ada0 drive details: And ada1 drive details: And finally, dmesg:

Feb 172015
 

I just converted another server from UFS to ZFS. I used this script as my starting point. I dropped to a shell as soon as I booted from the live CD. Then I fetch my script: fetch –no-verify-peer http://bit.ly/1MvhRXH mv 1MvhRXH install.sh I didn’t run the script. I modified it to suite my new conditions. […]

Feb 162015
 

This is tallboy, the server I have at RootBSD. I like to store away this type of documentation, in case I need it later. The partitions: The ada0 drive details: And ada1 drive details: And finally, dmesg:

Feb 162015
 

In this post, I am using FreeBSD 9.3 but what I do here should have wide application, especially the errors I encounter. I believe in backups. Not just rsync, but multiple copies and in multiple places. RAID is not a backup. rsync is not a backup. The goal of this post is to send a […]