OT: NFS and iOS -

poma pomidorabelisima at gmail.com
Wed Nov 19 17:47:36 UTC 2014

On 19.11.2014 18:27, Chris Adams wrote:
> Once upon a time, Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA <bobgoodwin at wildblue.net> said:
>> BSD was not the problem with Freenas, it worked fine until I thought
>> I would change a directory name with the Thunar file manager, things
>> quite working, I changed the name back, no help! I had offended it
>> somehow. It seems everything done to configuration has to be done
>> with the GUI provided and that has it's peculiarities. I'm sure the
>> developers can manipulate things from the command line but I
>> couldn't.
> We have a TrueNAS (commercial version of FreeNAS) at work, and it looks
> like there's really no actual CLI.  We had significant problems with NFS
> (used it for storing email in Maildir format), and we worked with the
> developers on tracking it down.  Watching them work, they did stuff by
> hand and/or went into Python (or even SQLite directly) to make changes.
> There did not appear to be any CLI-type tools to manage it.

FreeBSD 9.2-RELEASE-p12 (FREENAS.i386) #0 r262572+b043649: Sun Sep 28 23:03:05 PDT 2014

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Welcome to FreeNAS
[root at freenas] ~# echo $0
[root at freenas] ~# service sshd rcvar
# sshd
#   (default: "")

[root at freenas] ~# service sshd status
sshd is running as pid 2960.
[root at freenas] ~# service nfsd rcvar
# nfsd
#   (default: "")

[root at freenas] ~# service nfsd status
nfsd is running as pid 1913 1915.
[root at freenas] ~# 

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