Saturday, 26 June 2010

How to SSH into FreeNAS on a MAC

  1. Open Terminal
  2. type ssh root@
  3. enter your password
Voila console access to your FreeNAS box

Usefull commands:

mv = move
example: mv /mnt/data3/Movies3/* /mnt/data6/

cp = copy
cp /mnt/data3/Movies3/* /mnt/data6/

ls = list directory contents
example: ls /mnt/data/movies

cd = change directory
example: cd /mnt/data/files or cd /

df = Disk Filesystem
example: df -h 
output: shows the disk space in "human readable" form.

Filesystem     Size    Used   Avail Capacity  Mounted on
/dev/ad6p1     902G    759G     71G    91%    /mnt/data1
/dev/ad7p1     902G    647G    183G    78%    /mnt/data2
/dev/ad8p1     902G    602G    228G    73%    /mnt/data3
/dev/ad9p1     902G    690G    140G    83%    /mnt/data4
/dev/ad10p1    1.8T     45G    1.6T     3%    /mnt/new
/dev/ad12p1     67G    7.5M     62G     0%    /mnt/data5

du = Disk Usage
example: du /mnt/data/images
output: lists all subdirectories to show how much disk space each has occupied.
example: du -h -s images
output: shows the disk usage of a directory (folder)

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