Configuring FreeNAS to Setup ZFS Storage Disks and Creating NFS Shares On FreeNAS – Part 2

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11 Responses

  1. MARK says:

    There is no part 3 or 4?

  2. Dipen says:

    Ravi this is really good stuff!! Thanks!

  3. BFD Al says:

    Can you just have one hard drive for storage? I tried following your steps but your screen shots are not like mine but close. But I cannot create any volumes. Current setup: 8GB Flash drive(freeNAS installed to) and 1 500GB HDD want to use for storage.

  4. Mark says:

    Hi, If I am only sharing with windows do I skip Step 4: Mounting NFS Share on Unix Client

  5. Rubesh says:

    Thanks Ravi Saive its very useful.
    But how to accesses this sharing folder in Windows based PC can it will be access-able only through IP address.

  6. How might I print your articles – specifically the three part “Installing and Configuring FreeNAS (Network-attached Storage)”?

    • Ravi Saive says:

      Currently there isn’t any support added on print option, but we will soon add this feature to site so that users can print directly from the browser….give us some time to implement this..

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