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Gleb Smirnoff writes on the FreeBSD PF Mailing List about a some improvements he has made to make Packet Filter (PF) SMP-scalable and faster: “As you already may now, last half a year I’ve been working on making pf SMP-scalable and faster … Continue reading
Some exciting and eyebrow raising news items: FreeBSD on Amazon EC2 FreeBSD developer Colin Percival announced on his blog that FreeBSD 9-CURRENT now runs on Amazon EC2: One of my largest complaints about Amazon EC2 ever since it launched has … Continue reading
FreeBSD 6.4 and 8.0 EoLs coming soon On November 30th, FreeBSD 6.4 and FreeBSD 8.0 will have reached their End of Life and will no longer be supported by the FreeBSD Security Team. Since FreeBSD 6.4 is the last remaining … Continue reading
FreeBSD Returning committer: Niels Heinen (ports) (07/03/2010) New committer: Neel Natu (src) (03/03/2010) PC-BSD 1. Quick Poll – which pages would you like to see printed from Dru’s latest book in the upcoming BSD Magazine issue? 2. How does PC-BSD 8.0 … Continue reading