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ZFS and FreeBSD
The Zettabyte Filesystem (ZFS) is one of the most advanced open source filesystems available today. Its design implements several revolutionary ideas with focus on data consistency, performance and ease of use.
FreeNAS is a very interesting project with a history spanningapproximately 5 years. It’s a fusion of FreeBSD with a webgui andembedded device framework, which creates a NAS device basedon FreeBSD, fully manageable from a web-browser out of a PCwith an x86 or AMD64 architecture.
Network transparent rate limitation with ipfw
In this article I will explain how to setup a transparent bridge between your LAN and your Firewall/router. With “transparent” I mean that you won’t need to do any change on your network in order to use it.
Building an iSCSI storage with BSD
Highly loaded databases need a fast and reliable storage solution, something like a big server with many hard drives, probably with 4, 8, or 16 drives. Also, many 1U servers do not have the necessary storage capacity to offer services that need it.
How to setup a USB Memory stick for installing a pfSense SoHo Firewall/Router
This article covers the installation and initial configuration of a pfSense Firewall / Router on a small form factor PC.
Mutt On OS X
Whenever my boss walks by my desk, he can’t help but ask, „Why do you insist on using the command line for everything? Are you stuck in the 1970’s or something?”…
The Missing Links to Strategic Implementation
In regards to growth and strategy, the father of management and strategy, Peter Drucker was wont to say, “Everything must degenerate into work if anything is to happen.”
With the rise of the Internet, there has been a considerable increase in the number of web browsers available for BSD platforms.
Interview with Dan Langille
BSDCan 2011 – An interview with Dan Langille, who will give you a closer look at the upcoming conference.
PC-SYSINSTALL – A new system installer backend for PC-BSD & FreeBSD
A presentation from BSDCan 2010 is an example of what you can expect from this years Conference.
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