FreeNAS Data Recovery

How to set FreeNAS Storage System up

Everyone who is very far from the Linux environment could meet a lot of problems using Linux-based software. In this tutorial, 3 drives of 500 GB were used and the goal was to create something like a RAID 5. It should be noted that FreeNAS uses ZFS file system and analogues of classic RAID0, RAID1, RAID5, and RAID6. FreeNAS system can be created in two ways:

In this article I consider the virtual machine option. For the hardware way, please follow this link.

The first step is to download FreeNAS ISO file from the Official site - www.freenas.org. At the time of writing this article, the latest version is FreeNAS-11.3-U3.2.

Virtual Machines were created using Oracle VirtualBox VMWare which is free to use; however, you can choose whatever VMWare you wish. After installing Oracle VMWare, it is time to create a Virtual FreeNAS machine.

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If BSD type is not displayed in the pop up menu, use this link to activate your virtualization in BIOS. It is the obligatory step that should not be ignored.

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