Category: FreeBSD Unix

Ubuntu Lucid 10.04 Review Workstation: Phenom X6 1090T

Today i got new parts for my workstation: – Phenom X6 1090T – Asus M4N75TD AM3 – 8GB RAM 1333Mhz from Kingston 4x 2GB Kingston HyperX – Graphic Card Nvidia 8400GS Low Noise (fanless) runs well as low noise workstation! tests following… Board works on: – FreeBSD 8.0 (nforce 750) – Debian Lenny 5.0 AMD64 – Ubuntu 10.04 – Centos 5.4 / SME Server 8.0beta5 works NOT: cause nforce SATA chip not recognized! by setup CD – Centos 4/5 – Redhat – FreeBSD 7 Powerconsumption as Server 130Watt/h without DVD and Graphiccard 103Watt/h with 6 Cores at 3600Mhz Temp 32 […]

Hardening Freebsd 7.1 Filesystem with Raid1 and Journal

Problem: If you setup a free freebsd webserver with two disks on same size the ufs2 filesystem fails the gmirror raid1 if the server lost power. The problem is that open files are destroyed. Solution: If you setup a new freebsd system create for every partition a extra partition (for journal) install the gjournal AFTER GMIRROR!! and make some power failure tests. After powerfailure the system must reboot and rebuild its mirror and should run online after rebuild without any problem. Howto for gmirror gjournal

FreeBSD PCBSD and DesktopBSD easy Setup for Beginners of Unix

If you have a older PC and have learned Linux you can have a closer Look at the new OS of PcBSD or DektopBSD     Its a easy way to learn “real Unix” and understand the structure of a Unix OS, you can setup all kinds of BSD Unix on a very high count of different hardware. The most popular programs of Linux can be used here too, many commands are like linux commands and you can compile always the newest programs onto your System for the highest performance instead of pre-compiled software like redhat-debian-packages (.deb/.rpm)