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ZFS is a relatively new and exciting file storage system developed by Sun. The features of ZFS include support for high storage capacities, integration of the concepts of filesystem and volume management, snapshots and copy-on-write clones, continuous integrity checking and … Continue reading
About a year ago, shortly after if was taken over by Sun, Innotek announced it was looking for FreeBSD developers. Their labours seem to have borne fruit, as a FreeBSD version of Virtualbox has been announced. VirtualBox is a general-purpose … Continue reading
Murray Stokely has uploaded 8 videos from the first DCBSDCon to the BSDConferencesYouTube channel. With help from Jason Dixon and Will Backman and open source software such as avidemux, mplayer/mencoder and audacity. Ken Caruso, Using BSD in SchmooCon Labs Robert Luciani, M:N Threading in DragonFly BSD Kurt Miller, Implementing pie … Continue reading