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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, 24. October 2012
PDF with presentation slides Continue reading "EuroBSDcon 2012 - Tuning ZFS on FreeBSD" »
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" »
Monday, 18. July 2011
Sunday, 19. June 2011
For these users I am providing a patch against the RELENG_8_2 source tree, updated kernel module and binaries and mfsBSD ISO images for testing and rescue. Continue reading "ZFS v28 for FreeBSD 8.2" »
Thursday, 3. March 2011
As we have been experiencing some problems we had to install several patches that didn't make it into the release but I consider them important or useful. Most annoying was the swap panic problem, followed by two ZFS problems (page activation if using sendfile(2) and clock_t overflow), so we had to backport these patches to 8.2-RELEASE. Continue reading "Backported patches for FreeBSD 8.2-RELEASE" »
Friday, 18. February 2011
The article summarizes the ZFS features, gives an overview of supported operating systems, provides links to useful resources and gives some FreeBSD tips.
Link to the free PDF issue: BSD Magazine 02/2011