Fall is in full swing and we have a couple of tutorials to share this month. Keep reading to learn how to replace a failing drive, upgrade the network card in your FreeNAS Mini, and more.
The FreeNAS Team
FreeNAS Tutorials from DeVita Blog
FreeNAS Mini & XL-Network Card Upgrade
Do you own a FreeNAS Mini or Mini XL? We’ll show you how to upgrade the network card on your system with our newest tutorial video. Watch now
How to Replace a Failing Drive in FreeNAS
At some point, a drive in your system will probably fail on you. When that happens, this guide demonstrating how to replace the drive will come in handy. Check it out! Read More
On-Demand FreeNAS Training
iX University provides a series of online training modules presented by FreeNAS expert Michael Dexter that are designed to quickly get you up to speed on the key concepts and techniques that will help you become an expert in FreeNAS and OpenZFS. Watch now
Why We Still Love ZFS (Part II) – Free Webinar
We invite you to join Michael W. Lucas and Allan Jude, the co-authors of FreeBSD Mastery: ZFS and Advanced ZFS, for a free webinar about ZFS. Learn about the benefits of ZFS and how it can help keep your data safe. Read More
- October 24-25, 2017 – OpenZFS Developer Summit in San Francisco, CA
- October 29-November 3, 2017 – LISA 2017 in San Francisco, CA
ZFS datasets are also called “file systems” for good reason: Moving data between them at the command line does not instantly move the data, but rather copies it to the destination and then deletes it from the source. NFS users may also find that they have to share datasets individually because any two datasets can have conflicting inode numbers.
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Links of the Month
- Episode 214: The history of man, kind via BSD Now
- Introduction to iXsystems: Not just #FreeNAS anymore via Truth in IT
- #ServerEnvy: Drives for Days via iXsystems