zfs allow

By default many zfs operations needs elevated/root privileges. For example receiving a snapshot on a remote system. One does not want to open ssh to root user. With zfs allow permissions can be delegated to […]

glabel

Add label to a drive in FreeBSD sudo glabel label -v external_disk /dev/da0 Metadata value stored on /dev/da0. Done. glabel list Geom name: ada0p1 Providers: 1. Name: gpt/gptboot0 Mediasize: 524288 (512K) Sectorsize: 512 Stripesize: 0 […]

ZFS snapshot on FreeBSD – Part 2

In my previous post I presented how to do live backups of a running FreeBSD server with ZFS snapshot, today I’m doing the follow up: how to increment that snapshot. If you have a big […]

ZFS snapshot on FreeBSD

A very nice way to do a live backup of your server/work station is with ZFS snapshots, of course, if you use ZFS. You can send a snapshot to: a file, the local system, via […]

osxfuse error fix

During osxfuse installation from ports I stumbled into the following error: —> Building osxfuse Error: Failed to build osxfuse: command execution failed Error: See /opt/local/var/macports/logs/_opt_local_var_macports_sources_rsync.macports.org_macports_release_tarballs_ports_fuse_osxfuse/osxfuse/main.log for details. Error: Follow https://guide.macports.org/#project.tickets to report a bug The […]

On deadline – ABC27 News – How Lyme disease affects your brain

You think Lyme is hard to catch and easy to get rid off? That’s a LIE! Actually is the other way around. Those tiny bastards are out there trying to make your life miserable, don’t […]

Mikrotik Script

Here is simple script which sends your IP address to your email, it will save you paying for a fix IP service from your ISP, unless you have a different case. :global ipadd; :global extinterface […]

Mikrotik with NetFlow on FreeBSD

A short how to adding NetFlow to Mikrotik using ntop and FreeBSD. FreeBSD is the best operating system you can go for your server. While Mikrotik is a budget router it is capable of many. […]

Raspberry Pi and FreeBSD

I’m writing down a few steps for the future me how I installed RaspBSD on a Raspberry Pi 3 Download http://www.raspbsd.org/ Insert memory card then: diskutil list sudo diskutil unmountDisk /dev/disk2 sudo dd bs=1 if=insertFreeBSDImage.img of=/dev/disk2 […]

RaspBSD

A reminder. If you are installing RaspBSD following the instruction from here then the default disk size is going to be 2GB no matter the size of the Micro SD card you’re using. This can be […]