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FreeNAS is an operating system that can be installed on virtually any hardware platform to share data over a network. FreeNAS is the simplest way to create a centralized and easily accessible place for your data. FreeNAS is used everywhere, for the home, small business, and the enterprise. ZFS is an enterprise-ready open source file system, RAID controller, and volume manager with unprecedented flexibility and an uncompromising commitment to data integrity. It eliminates most, if not all of the shortcomings found in legacy file systems and hardware RAID devices.

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FreeNAS is an operating system that can be installed on virtually any hardware platform to share data over a network. FreeNAS is the simplest way to create a centralized and easily accessible place for your data. FreeNAS is used everywhere, for the home, small business, and the enterprise. ZFS is an enterprise-ready open source file system, RAID controller, and volume manager with unprecedented flexibility and an uncompromising commitment to data integrity.

It eliminates most, if not all of the shortcomings found in legacy file systems and hardware RAID devices. Once you go ZFS, you will never want to go back. The Web Interface simplifies administrative tasks.

Snapshots of the entire filesystem can be made and saved at any time. Access files as they were when the snapshot was made. Employ the Replication feature to send Snapshots over the network to another system for true offsite disaster recovery. Build a personal FreeNAS file server for your home. Protect mission critical data and eliminate downtime with high availability options.

I love the jail setup. I love the web interface. So much good stuff. You made my professional life better. I appreciate your work. FreeNAS leaves you feeling secure in the knowledge that anyone can operate its web interface, but you can still benefit from the power of the command line. They had an existing NAS system that was not being used to its potential. After I rebuilt their back-up system using FreeNAS, their workflow improved by probably 5 times what they were able to do do previously.

Tim Nagle Creative Integrations. Uploading my music, pictures, videos, and documents — done. Sharing my uploads with my PS3, smart TV, and tablet — done. I have barely scratched the surface of what FreeNAS can do because it has been doing everything I want it to do.

FreeNAS has helped build our virtualization platform to this effect and has provided us with a very flexible system through with a ROI not matched by any competitor on either the Open-Source or Closed-Source market.

Rob Fauls Southern Freight Administrator. Shane Kirk Software Engineer. What is FreeNAS? What is ZFS? Web Interface The Web Interface simplifies administrative tasks. Snapshots Snapshots of the entire filesystem can be made and saved at any time. Replication Employ the Replication feature to send Snapshots over the network to another system for true offsite disaster recovery.

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Enter search terms or a module, class or function name. Introduction 1. Hardware Recommendations 1. RAM 1. Compact or USB Flash 1.

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Contact your iXsystems representative if you wish to schedule a time to configure failover. Do not attempt to configure CARP on your own as it will fail and may render existing shares or volumes inaccessible. Redundancy group: a group of hosts on a network segment which are assigned the same virtual IP address. The master responds to any traffic directed at the virtual IP address. Advertisements: the master sends regular network packets known as advertisements so the backups know that it is still available.

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Introduction 2. Installing and Upgrading 3. Booting 4. Settings 5. Accounts 6.

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