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1 cloned_interfaces="lagg0 vlan0 vlan1" 2 ifconfig_igb0="up" 3 ifconfig_igb1="up" 4 ifconfig_lagg0="laggproto failover laggport igb0 laggport igb1 up" 5 ifconfig_vlan0="vlan 2 vlandev igb0 up inet inet6" 6 ifconfig_vlan1="vlan 3 vlandev igb0 up inet inet6" 7 ifconfig_vlan0_alias0=" inet 192.168.132.80 netmask 0xffffff00" 8 ifconfig_vlan0_ipv6="inet6 2001:db8:8148:1::80 prefixlen 48"
After getting a job at PGP, I decided to figure out what it would take to get official PGP working on FreeBSD (they offer a Linux package, but nothing for FreeBSD). After a bunch of experimenting, I have the following notes:
Install the following:
Create a ~/.pgp or it will complain about"permission denied" in obscure ways You can use your existing gnupg keys, just copy them to the .pgp directory and change the extensions to .pkr and .skr for public and secret key accordingly. You may want to add /compat/linux/usr/bin to your PATH
Replacing a failed disk:
gmirror forget mirror/gm0 gmirror insert mirror/gm0
If you have a problem with penguins, you can use the DePenguinator to take of this problem remotely.