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The presentation at AsiaBSDCon 2009 is focused on explaining theoretical approaches and pratical aspect of the locking support in the FreeBSD kernel. The locking KPI as well as underlying mechanisms and interactions with the scheduler will be analized and discussed … Continue reading
At The Aerospace Corporation, we run a large FreeBSD based computing cluster to support engineering applications. These applications come in all shapes, sizes, and qualities of implementation. To support them and our diverse userbase we have been searching for ways … Continue reading
In this paper we describe usage of FreeBSD operating system for IPv6 Multicast routing platform in SOI-Asia Project. SOI-Asia project is platform to deliver realtime lecture via UniDirectional Link of satellite to several countries in Asia. Because of limited bandwidth … Continue reading
FreeBSD has a reputation for its rock-solid reliability, and top-notch performance in the server world, but is noticeably absent when it comes to the vast market of desktop computing. Why is this? FreeBSD offers many, if not almost all of … Continue reading
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
These are some recent links with regards FreeBSD security: 1. Using DenyHosts to help thwart SSH attacks on FreeBSD DenyHosts is a script intended to be run by UNIX-like system administrators to help thwart SSH server attacks (also known as dictionary … Continue reading
In the last 7 days we’ve seen a new version released by each of the 4 major BSD operating systems: OpenBSD 4.5, NetBSD, FreeBSD 7.2 and a “minor” DragonFlyBSD release (2.2.1). Who said BSD was dying? Video 1 – “BSD is dying” (2007) … Continue reading