The arch is so strong because it relies on two opposing forces. Each side will constantly push against the opposite.
Think about the more X you want to provide and the Y you want to help avoid. E.g/ More Free Time, Less Stress. The more general, the better.
It is not uncommon for 80 or more percent of results to come from 20 or less percent of actions. Being efficient means focusing on the 20 or less percent. Just because something takes a lot of time does not make it important.
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