|Subject:||Installing Syncrify on FreeNAS|
|Creation date:||12/4/17 11:21 AM|
|Last modified on:||12/4/17 11:23 AM|
Running Syncrify on FreeNAS
This tutorial explains how to install and run Syncrify on FreeNAS server.
The following was done with Syncrify 4.3 build 949 and FreeNAS version FreeNAS-11.0-U4 (54848d13b) installed on FreeBSD version 11
- Create a new Jail in FreeBSD. Easiest way is to connect to your FreeNAS web interface and click on Jails on the left.
- Once Jail is created, open a Shell connection. Click image below for a screenshot.
- Install Java by using the following command:
pkg install openjdk8
Refer to this page for details
- Confirm Java by running the following command:
- Download the package for Other Operating Systems platforms from the download page
- We recommend extracting the files in
/opt/Syncrify. Follow instructions on our download page on how to extract and run
Posted by diller on 10/7/18 6:07 PM
I got Syncrify running in a jail on FreeNas 11.1-U6. I made a default jail, and followed the instructions here and on the download page. It won't run right out the gate, though. I had to edit the run.sh script to change the shell to "#!/bin/sh" (bash is not installed to /bin in FreeNAS), and change the location of java to "/usr/local/bin/java". After that, the server started up just fine.
Posted by Jeremy on 11/20/21 12:40 PM
For the update and restart to function properly you need to adjust the AppConfig.xml file. The
<parameter value="jre/bin/java" type="1" name="jvmPath"/>
<parameter value="/usr/local/bin/java" type="1" name="jvmPath"/>
Posted by Jeremy on 11/20/21 12:43 PM
AppConfig.xml change the java Path value to /user/local/bin/java
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