How to add swap file in FreeBSD 10.1

How to add swap file in FreeBSD 10.1

This tutorial by user Rudraraj shows us how to get swap file added to FreeBSD 10.1. In this post, we will see how to add swap file in FreeBSD 10.1. A swap area comes in handy if you are running a system with low memory. However, It is strongly recommended that you add...
Yes, You Can Virtualize FreeNAS

Yes, You Can Virtualize FreeNAS

This article by Josh Paetzel informs users on implementing FreeNAS in a virtualized environment. Original: http://www.freenas.org/whats-new/2015/05/yes-you-can-virtualize-freenas.html FreeNAS is the world’s most popular open source storage OS, and one of the more...
FreeNAS vs NexentaStor Community

FreeNAS vs NexentaStor Community

This article compares FreeNAS with NextentaStor Community. They are both storage operating systems, FreeNAS being based on FreeBSD. Original: http://www.freenas.org/freenas-versus-nexenta/ High Level Comparison FreeNAS and NexentaStor Community are Storage Operating...
All-In-One Redux – Proxmox & FreeNAS

All-In-One Redux – Proxmox & FreeNAS

In this tutorial, user churnd shows us how to get a Proxmox virtual environment configured with FreeNAS. Original: http://churnd.net/2014/03/30/all-in-one-redux-proxmox-and-freenas Why? After using my VMware/NexentaStor All-In-One for a while, I grew tired of VMware’s...
Yes You Can Virtualize FreeNAS

Yes You Can Virtualize FreeNAS

Josh Paetzel has confirmed that FreeNAS can be used in a virtualized environment. FreeNAS is an open source network attaced storage operating system based on FreeBSD. Check out the guide below to get an idea of your use case or visualization scenario. Original:...
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