Welcome to the Wiki for FreeNAS - a free and open source Network Attached Storage (NAS) operating system based on FreeBSD. A NAS is a specialized server that runs an operating system optimized for file storage and sharing. FreeNAS can be used to share data over multiple file sharing protocols, including CIFS for Windows users, NFS for Unix-like operating systems, and AFP for Mac OS X users. FreeNAS uses the OpenZFS file system to store, manage, and protect data.
The latest version of FreeNAS 9.10-STABLE can be downloaded here
- Learn how to install and use the latest version of FreeNAS 9.10-STABLE.
- For walkthroughs of all the FreeNAS basics, including setting up your FreeNAS, creating a share, performing an upgrade, and more.
- What is FreeNAS 10, How to use it, Major differences between 10 and 9.10.
- Latest questions and answers on software, hardware, and more.
- The FreeNAS community uses this forum to ask questions and help others.
- Check out these how-to guides to learn more about your FreeNAS system.
- File a bug report to improve the FreeNAS project.
- Want to help develop the FreeNAS project? Submit a pull request to the FreeNAS master branch on GitHub. Check the README.md file for build requirements.
- Video Presentation on ZFS Internal architecture (2 hours 30 minutes).