Using the TrueNAS GUI, you are able to choose between “Generic” and “SMB” for the share type at the time of creation. However, after the dataset is created, you are unable to modify this option using the GUI. The difference between Generic and SMB is as follows: Generic – These shares are Case Sensitive and… Continue reading Modify TrueNAS CORE dataset after creation from ‘Generic’ to ‘SMB’
To stop excessive resource usage alerts on your CENTOS server for memcached and redis navigate to the following file: Add the following lines to the file: Save the file and reboot your server. All done.
First you must locate your auth.log file. Check the following directory: To view the file you must login as a root user. The easiest way to do this in TrueNAS Core is to go to the dashboard and use the “Shell” tab pictured below. Use the cat command to open the file. For example, the… Continue reading View login attempts in TrueNAS Core
Hello, if you have tried most of the popular recommendations for fixing a WordPress 6.0 white screen of death (WSOD) and have not found success, then perhaps this post can help you. Things I tried: Deleting all plug-ins. Installing WordPress 5.x versions and updating to WordPress 6.0. Different PHP versions – I tried switching from… Continue reading WordPress 6.0 White Blank Screen (WSOD) Fix August 2022
Step 1: Open Fedora 34 “Software” app Once the “Software” app is open, follow the steps in the below image. Step 2: Open “Terminal” Once “Terminal” is open type the following commands. sudo dnf update -y #(reboot if you are not on the latest kernel) sudo dnf install akmod-nvidia sudo dnf install xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-cuda #( This… Continue reading Install latest NVIDIA driver Fedora 34
The Fedora 34 default audio sub-system uses Pipewire. Previous generations of Fedora used PulseAudio. Documentation for Pipewire can be found at https://docs.pipewire.org/.
sudo zpool import <zPool name> sudo zpool import -o readonly=on <zPool name> zfs list -r <zPool name> zpool status -x sudo zfs send -R <zPool name>/<zVol name>@<snapshot name> | sudo zfs receive -F <zPool name>/<zVol name> sudo zfs send -vR Vol_1_HDD/testpool01@auto-2020-12-14_00-00 | sudo zfs receive -F Vol_2_HDD/testpool02
Check Network Info: IP address Bring Interface Up (where x us the interface number): ifup em(x) Take Interface Down: ifdown em(x) Edit interface config: vi /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-(interface name e.g/ eth0)
If you are using a NIC (I recommend this to keep your WAN connection off of the same port that TrueNAS will be accessible on), then you will want to use PCI passthrough for the NIC ports. Run the following command to get a list of the addresses for PCI devices. pciconf -lv The output… Continue reading Run pfsense 2.4.5 on TrueNAS Core 12.0-U1
Published: December 2020 CWP = CentOS Web Panel CentOS Version = 7 Postfix Version (bundled at the time of writing with CWP) = 3.4.7 SMTP Relay Port: 465 (Some services use 587. I have not tested this because my service uses 465.) Hi, this isn’t a true setup guide as much as it is a… Continue reading Setup CWP Postfix 3.4 SMTP Relay port 465 – December 2020