Sunday, 30. March 2014
PDF with presentation slides Continue reading "AsiaBSDcon 2014 - Deploying FreeBSD systems..." »
Tuesday, 15. October 2013
PDF with presentation slides Continue reading "EuroBSDcon 2013 - OpenZFS" »
Tuesday, 17. September 2013
OpenZFS launch announcement, September 17th, 2013:Read the full announcement here
Today we announce OpenZFS: the truly open source successor to the ZFS project.
ZFS is the world's most advanced filesystem, in active development for over a decade. Recent development has continued in the open, and OpenZFS is the new formal name for this open community of developers, users, and companies improving, using, and building on ZFS. Founded by members of the Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, and illumos communities ...
Monday, 9. September 2013
This is an updated version of the article originally posted on July 9, 2012. Continue reading "New features in open source ZFS" »
Wednesday, 31. July 2013
HHVM is an open source virtual machine that can act as a standalone server that can run PHP sites. With it's just-in-time compilation approach PHP sites receive a reasonable speedup.
Special thanks to vanilla@FreeBSD.org who has helped me making this port work. Our patches have been submitted to Facebook via GitHub. Continue reading "Facebook's HipHop Virtual Machine in FreeBSD ports" »
Wednesday, 24. October 2012
PDF with presentation slides Continue reading "EuroBSDcon 2012 - Tuning ZFS on FreeBSD" »
Tuesday, 9. October 2012
Link to the free issue: BSD Magazine 10/2012
Link to project homepage: VX ConnectBot
Monday, 6. August 2012
A new article of mine with the title "Tuning ZFS on FreeBSD" has been published in the August 2012 issue of the free online publication BSD Magazine (pages 10-15). The target group of this magazine are novice and advanced FreeBSD users.
Link to the free issue: BSD Magazine 08/2012Continue reading "Article in BSD Magazine: Tuning ZFS on FreeBSD" »
Thursday, 5. July 2012
Saturday, 18. February 2012
My current dedicated server provider in Europe is the german company Hetzner. They support FreeBSD but use a non-standard network configuration. It is not very well documented how to properly configure network settings on FreeBSD to have a fully functional IPv4 and IPv6 network. In this article I am giving an example how to configure it properly just with the /etc/rc.conf file. Continue reading "FreeBSD network configuration on Hetzner servers" »