OpenIndiana is the successor to the OpenSolaris operating system.

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Choice of an OS for a home ZFS NAS

I am preparing a home NAS with an old Athlon 64 X2 3800+, 4 GB ECC RAM, Asus M2V MX motherboard, and a single 3 TB WDC Green (another one as mirror may be installed in the future). It's the cheapest ...
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Public key authentication on SunSSH fails

I'm using OpenIndiana 151a on x86 and I want to connect to other remote servers using ssh with public key authentication, but it fails. The remote server's sshd (OpenSSH) is enabled with ssh-2 ...
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Filesystem for UNIX (Solaris, FreeBSD, Linux) [closed]

I have some Linux (Arch/Fedora/Ubuntu), FreeBSD and solaris (open indiana) desktop machines. What is the best filesystem that can be used in all of them. I want to use it in some external hard drives. ...
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Cannot access SMB Shares from OpenIndiana server on OSX Lion?

I've clean installed a copy of OpenIndiana 151a (latest). I've imported my pools I've run through these directions http://blogs.oracle.com/timthomas/entry/solaris_cifs_in_workgroup_mode I can ...
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Unable to access server/share by name, IP works

I am running a small network, consisting mostly of Windows XP clients. I'm moving my server from Debian/Samba/WINS to OpenIndiana. Now I cannot access the server by its name, although I can by IP: ...
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can I tell how much space I would be saving if I switched to ZFS?

I've currently got a spare computer, and I'm thinking of trying out openindiana on it to play around a little with the snapshotting and deduplication features of ZFS, with the view of setting it up ...