Month: May 2011
FreeBSD LAGG rc.conf
This is what your rc.conf should contain to configure LAGG with FreeBSD: ### LAGG NFS Interface ### ifconfig_bce3=”mtu 9000 up” ifconfig_bce0=”mtu 9000 up” cloned_interfaces=”lagg0″ ifconfig_lagg0=”laggproto roundrobin laggport bce3 laggport bce0″ ipv4_addrs_lagg0=”10.10.40.10/24″ Change the bce* interfaces to whatever your server is using for the network interfaces. The “mtu 9000 up” is correct!
ZFS Replication on FreeBSD
This script will replicate a ZFS pool to another FreeBSD machine. The sync process is quick, after the initial copy, and depending upon how much data changed. Download this shell script: http://www.tediosity.com/zfsrep.sh This script was written by another author for Solaris and I have fixed it to work on FreeBSD. I chose to use: /root/zfsrep […]
Setup NIS + Red Hat + CentOS + Linux
The following describes a procedure to set up NIS network name service under Red Hat Linux. This is geared toward a small intallation with only one domain. However, it should be fairly evident how to add more NIS domains. The NIS domain name has nothing to do with any DNS naming convention being used. In […]