I am on 9.10.1 and realy upset with my VMs not working... even contemplating to switch to esxi and virtualize even FreeNAS on it.
But my inital question just got made redundant, as switching trains is not supported. They state one can not yet move from 9.10.1 to 10 so yeah.. obsolete.
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/local/www/freenasUI/../freenasUI/system/views.py", line 1451, in update_check
File "/usr/local/lib/freenasOS/Update.py", line 870, in CheckForUpdates
File "/usr/local/lib/freenasOS/Manifest.py", line 664, in RunValidationProgram
UpdateInvalidUpdateException: 'Cannot yet upgrade from FreeNAS 9.x to FreeNAS 10'
What I was trying to find out was, weather I can move to 10-stable if I now move from 9.10 stable to 10-nightly ^^
So, I can't help with your current problem, but I feel the need to point this out if you are serious about virtualizing FreeNAS. It can be done, but there are many caveats and considerations you need to go over first.
Ok trying it now - but I am stalled by this error:
iohyve fetch /mnt/volume02/jails-data/vbox-share/debian-8.6.0-amd64.iso
fetch: /iohyve/ISO/debian-8.6.0-amd64.iso: open(): No such file or directory
but in the /iohyve/ISO/ path there is a folder with exactly the name debian-8.6.0-amd64.iso created.
Same that I just tried - and it seems that there are several bugs in 9.10 involving iohyve - well a ln -s solved the iso problem so far but more to come. Thanks for mentioning it to me, I will keep on digging the google to get it working
But it also seems more like a mess (workaround) than a solution in FreeNAS at the moment.