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  • @pester

    Thanks re: vmware monitoring tool
  • @Davidx23

    sir kung freenas po gagamitin ko any cpu gagana po sya, then wala po kaming Active Directory mga naka Workgroup lang po kami meron po kayo tutorial set-up ng freenas as file server? Thanks
  • @rashiken kapag po samba yung ginamit ko ma-aacess rin po ito ng MAC user? kapag po ba sakaling pupuntahan nila yung files kailangan bago nila mapasok yung file server hihingan muna sila ng username at password para ma browse yung shared folder?
  • i'm thinking to move to google apps kahit email apps lang. yung free lang. meron akong free account before.
    any warnings or violent reactions? or any success stories?

    ngayon naka outlook ako with pop3 sa linux mail server.
    problem ko sa outlook nag ha hang pag malaki na ang pst file.

    pag google apps, naka browser based na sya. so far pwede na ang single message not conversation/threaded view sa google.

    wala na rin akong worry sa pag maintain ng linux server and hardware. :)

    yung isang prob na nakikita ko is paano e backup ang mga e-mails pag nasa google apps na, though wala naman ako backup at archiving method at present set up.

    thanks sa mga inputs nyo. any inputs on paid office 365 for email, welcome din.
  • @phdot

    Gamit namin ngayon gmail, ok naman, pde mo pa gamiting smarthost (smtp relay).

    Though minsan aggressive yung anti-spam, lalo na kung papadaanin mo sa kanya yung mga server notifications. Mas nagiging mahigpit sya kapag nagsend ka sa group email, pero di naman laging ganun, nangyayari lang talaga.
  • @jherdy

    Madali lang ang freenas, package na yan. Kung wala kayo AD, kelngan mo gumawa ng user accounts sa freenas box mo.
  • @jherdy

    Pde mag connect ang MAC sa samba, smb://servername/sharename if Im not mistaken
  • jherdy, madali lang yung freenas. Gui based lang yun. Doesn't matter kung naka ad or workgroup, it will suit whatever environment.
  • thanks sir rashiken.

    yung isang prob na nakikita ko is paano e backup ang mga e-mails pag nasa google apps na


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    -- edited by phdot_com on Feb 12 2011, 10:26 AM
  • @rashiken

    sir nalito tuloy ako kung anong iinstall ko kung centos + samba or freenas bago pa lang po ako sa freenas, if freenas po yung gagamitin ko okey lang po kahit clone na cpu lang Intel I3 2.93Ghz 2GB ram at isang 320GB na hardisk drive. pede ko ba lagay sa usb yung installer ng freenas then boot ko sya sa pc.

    so sir mas okey pala yung wester digital na red mga magkano kaya yung 1TB bale ilalagay ko sya sa may enclosure na hd.
  • @jherdy

    madali lang po setup si freenas dami pong tuts, pwede din po sya sa clone unit, yung flashdrive mo po gamitin mo sya as boot ni freenas para lahat ng hdd mo for storage lang ang gamit, 8gb flashdrive is enough na sobra pa nga kung tutuusin,

    check nyo nalang po sa mga seller dito price ng 1tb wd red, and for freenas, mag raid po kayo
  • @reiner

    so meaning yung OS nya po nasa Flash Drive pede din naman direct install na sa may hdd? ok po ba itong specs ko Intel I3 2.93Ghz 2GB ram at isang 320GB na hardisk drive pang tetest ko muna. ano mas ok mas madali iconfigure sa dalawa yung freenas or yung centos + samba at ano po mas advantage and disadvantages nila. Ok lang ba kahit hindi naka raid? ang purpose ko lang po talaga file server lang po ang pagaganahin ko. Thanks


  • phdot_com Send Message View User Items on October 24, 2014 02:06 PM - User is Online
    thanks sir rashiken.

    yung isang prob na nakikita ko is paano e backup ang mga e-mails pag nasa google apps na




    Diba pwede naman isync sa outlook then import mo pst
  • iiwan nga sana namin ang outlook sir dahil sa pst issues.
  • @all

    sir pede ko po ba iconfigure as file server si freenas sa opis namin bale halimbawa yung marketing folder ang makaka-access lang is Marketing group, then yung sa SALES Folder sales group lang ang makaka acces nito even naka workgroup lang kami. Thanks

    Ok na po ba itong specs ko Intel I3 2.93Ghz 2GB ram. tapos bili na lang kami dalawang 1TB na red hdd, kailangan po ba naka raid?
  • @jherdy

    pwede yan sa freenas jherdy tamang permission lang sa shared folder yan. much better invest more on RAM.
  • @jherdy

    Freenas na lang maraming features pati
  • @phdot_com

    Matanong lang bro, why not go IMAP kung gusto nyo lang maeliminate the use of PST? Then use a third party software to archive your mails base on your retention policy para di mapuno ang mail server mo.

    Gustong gusto ko na din imigrate sa cloud(office365/rackspace) exchange namin para bawas sa workload at sakit ng ulo, pero ayaw ng CIO namin eh. Di raw cost effective base sa study nya sa infra namin. LOL
  • pag times 3 ang cost, cost effective yun vs the qualitative benefits on reliability, availability, at less sakit ng ulo hehe. less capital expense,capex pa.
    pag nasira lang server kung Sunday eh, problema na.
  • @rashiken
    @renier
    @davidx23
    @sairuz


    Thanks sir.

  • rashiken Send Message View User Items on October 24, 2014 01:30 PM - User is Online
    @pester

    Thanks re: vmware monitoring tool


    you're welcome. laking tulong diba? lalo na kung gumagawa ka ng inventory.
  • sir pede ko po ba iconfigure as file server si freenas sa opis namin bale halimbawa yung marketing folder ang makaka-access lang is Marketing group, then yung sa SALES Folder sales group lang ang makaka acces nito even naka workgroup lang kami. Thanks

    Ok na po ba itong specs ko Intel I3 2.93Ghz 2GB ram. tapos bili na lang kami dalawang 1TB na red hdd, kailangan po ba naka raid?


    ok si freenas sa requirements mu,

    additional suggestions :

    kung kakayanin ng budget : intel i5 + 8-16GB RAM, minimum 8GB,

    HDD : yung pinakamataas na kung kakayanin lang naman, pero better consider minimum, 4x2TB

    ...................

    why?,

    based on leave and forget experience, you'll hit the wall of shortage of RAM and HDD space, believe it or not but you will..

    why?,

    in the near future, you'll be able to install additional jail systems on top of FN, like, OSTicket, Web Server, Mail Server, you will be needing a lot of RAMs atleast,

    pero syempe di recommended na running lahat on 1 bare metal system, but threat it as a vmware hypervisor na lang...

    kaya once na nakapagdeploy ka, start considering another 1 for a realtime sync, for backup purpose in the event of hardware failure of the primary FN..

    .....

    kasi napakadali nglife with FN..

    ....

    -- edited by rayback on Oct 25 2014, 09:29 AM
  • @rayback

    ok lang kaya kung Clone type Intel i3 tapos 2GB RAM lang tapos 2x1TB kasi konti lang naman po kami sa opis mga 15 user lang po kami sa opis.

    kung 2 hard disk lang, ano magandang setup ng raid dito?

    dapat po ba sa usb nakainstall yung FreeNAS? ibig sabihin 24x7 dapat nakasaksak yung USB paano po kung bumigay yung USB?

    Pede ko rin ba ma-access yung file sa labas or via internet?

    Ang purpose ko lang talaga dito is File Server lang talaga

    kasi napakadali nglife with FN..

    meaning hindi po ba sya stable?

    Thanks
  • pag times 3 ang cost, cost effective yun vs the qualitative benefits on reliability, availability, at less sakit ng ulo hehe. less capital expense,capex pa.
    pag nasira lang server kung Sunday eh, problema na.


    How many mailboxes are you planning to migrate in the cloud bro? Hindi ba parang mas makatipid ka kung on-premise yung mail mo since linux naman di na kelangan ng license and existing na yung servers,antispam,antivirus etc. nyo.. unless you need to upgrade to another mail system.
  • kung kakayanin ng budget : intel i5 + 8-16GB RAM, minimum 8GB,

    HDD : yung pinakamataas na kung kakayanin lang naman, pero better consider minimum, 4x2TB


    +1 for higher memory para isang request na lang sa management, kung kaya 32 na kaagad :)
    +1 also for 4pcs hdd para maka raidz2 na
    yun ay kung kaya lang naman ng budget.

    Pag naka raid na kasi mahirap na mag dagdag ng hdd.

    all costs nito, mas mura pa rin kesa sa ka level nyang qnap or synology.
  • How many mailboxes are you planning to migrate in the cloud bro? Hindi ba parang mas makatipid ka kung on-premise yung mail mo since linux naman di na kelangan ng license and existing na yung servers,antispam,antivirus etc. nyo.. unless you need to upgrade to another mail system.


    yung isang domain namin, mga 20 mailboxes lang naman. meron akong free account sa google apps dati ko pa nakuha, so baka pwede na ang free version nila. yung wala sa free account nila is whitelisting at blacklisting ng mga domains at ip addresses. kung sakaling mag opt man sa paid, parang $5 per user yata si google apps vs $2.5 kay rackspace.

    yes sa ngayon naka linux ako on premise. nag hahanap ako ng paraan para bawas bawas konti ng e manage hehe :)
    plus qualitative benefits na naisip ko like better reliability and availability, no outlook pst file to manage kasi web browser na lang users, less ng dalawang anti spam servers na e manage :)

    then devote time to documentation, further improvements and testings.

    tia sa more inputs.

    -- edited by phdot_com on Oct 25 2014, 12:15 PM
  • @jherdy

    pwede na yang i3 mo pero taasan mo ram kaibigan, 8gb pwede na, sa 2x1tb naman raid1 (mirror) ang pwede mong gawing setup

    about naman sa flash drive as boot drive, image backup or clone backup mo lang yung flash drive ok na yan

  • kasi napakadali nglife with FN..

    meaning hindi po ba sya stable?

    Thanks


    na-mis-interpret mu ang part na to,

    once na up and running mu na fn based sa recommendations dito,

    dun mu ma-reliazed that life's with FN is so easy...
  • sir reiner28 yung raid1 (mirror) po ba kapag nasira yung isang drive gagana parin yung NAS box, then if nakabili na nang kapalit na hard-drive pede na ulit ikabit yung bagong hard drive? Thanks

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