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Category Archives: FreeBSD Conferences
Here is some info and details of upcoming FreeBSD related conferences and events. KyivBSD 2010 Conference On 25 Septempter the annual KyivBSD Conference will be held in Kiev, Ukraine. It’s mainly aimed at FreeBSD and PC-BSD users and developers. More … Continue reading
The New York City BSD Conference (NYCBSDCon) is the main technical conference on the US East Coast for the BSD community to get together to share and gain knowledge, to network with like-minded people, and to have fun. This event … Continue reading
I Running old binaries on -current Did you know you can old FreeBSD binaries on recent versions? As strange as it may sound, all FreeBSD versions have an ABI compatibility with previous versions, and you can run files compiled years … Continue reading
Open source server and storage solution provider iXsystems will once again host MeetBSD California. This year, MeetBSD will be an informal 2-Day BSD Camp taking place at Hacker Dojo in Mountain View, California on November 5th and 6th. MeetBSD California … Continue reading
With more and more services and applications running on your average server, upgrading the operating system and application software becomes trickier and larger service windows are needed performing these upgrades. Over the last four years Paul Schenkeveld (PSconsult) has searched … Continue reading
Paul Schenkeveld: Minimizing service windows on servers using NanoBSD + ZFS + jails AsiaBSDCon 2010 paper session. Abstract: With more and more services and applications running on your average server, upgrading the operating system and application software becomes trickier and … Continue reading
George Neville-Neil: Hardware Performance Monitoring Counters on non-X86 Architectures AsiaBSDCon 2010 paper session. Abstract: Hardware Performance Monitoring Counters provide programmers and systems integrators with the ability to gather accurate, low level, information about the performance of their code, both at … Continue reading