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Theoretically speaking, this same tweaking could be done in ZFSGuru to produce similar gains.Maybe a future version of ZFSGuru will include the magic tweaks that the Free NAS already includes, but for now ZFSGuru is much slower than Free NAS.This led us to believe that the Free NAS team did more than simply install their web GUI on top of Free BSD.If we had to guess, we suspect the Free NAS team did some tweaking in the i SCSI target to boost the performance.For the time being replace /sbin/uname with a script to fake the output of uname -r and uname -v This is what I use: CMD=

Theoretically speaking, this same tweaking could be done in ZFSGuru to produce similar gains.Maybe a future version of ZFSGuru will include the magic tweaks that the Free NAS already includes, but for now ZFSGuru is much slower than Free NAS.This led us to believe that the Free NAS team did more than simply install their web GUI on top of Free BSD.If we had to guess, we suspect the Free NAS team did some tweaking in the i SCSI target to boost the performance.For the time being replace /sbin/uname with a script to fake the output of uname -r and uname -v This is what I use: CMD=$1case $CMD in '-r' ) echo "5.11" ;; '-v' ) echo "snv_134" ;; 'help' | * ) echo "help" ;;esacexit 0cu Well, that doesn't seem to do the trick: * Warning!! Installation of I had the same error "Failed to determine Solaris 5.11 snv version. The workaround is to unpack the file, edit the installation script and reinstall.

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Theoretically speaking, this same tweaking could be done in ZFSGuru to produce similar gains.

Maybe a future version of ZFSGuru will include the magic tweaks that the Free NAS already includes, but for now ZFSGuru is much slower than Free NAS.

This led us to believe that the Free NAS team did more than simply install their web GUI on top of Free BSD.

If we had to guess, we suspect the Free NAS team did some tweaking in the i SCSI target to boost the performance.

For the time being replace /sbin/uname with a script to fake the output of uname -r and uname -v This is what I use: CMD=$1case $CMD in '-r' ) echo "5.11" ;; '-v' ) echo "snv_134" ;; 'help' | * ) echo "help" ;;esacexit 0cu Well, that doesn't seem to do the trick: * Warning!! Installation of I had the same error "Failed to determine Solaris 5.11 snv version. The workaround is to unpack the file, edit the installation script and reinstall.

Virtual Box USB support seems to work fine after that.

case $CMD in '-r' ) echo "5.11" ;; '-v' ) echo "snv_134" ;; 'help' | * ) echo "help" ;;esacexit 0cu Well, that doesn't seem to do the trick: * Warning!! Installation of I had the same error "Failed to determine Solaris 5.11 snv version. The workaround is to unpack the file, edit the installation script and reinstall.

We don’t recommend ZFSGuru at this point in time, since it is vastly slower than both Nexenta and Free NAS.So in my lab I’ve got a Cisco Nexus 5548 and a Super Micro Super Server 6026-6RFT .I’ve put Nexenta on this, Windows, and several other things. Intel announced FCo E support for all Nintanic based chips several years ago, and I hadn’t tried it.So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.Hi, I tried to install Virtual Box v3.1.8 under Open Indiana but cause my computer to lock up and it also failed to reboot successfully. 008649Given that Open developers aims to be binary and package compatible with Solaris 11 and Solaris 11 Express ...

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