BSD Now Episode 302: Contention Reduction

BSD Now Episode 302: Contention Reduction

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss DragonFlyBSD’s kernel optimizations, OpenBSD and Linux differences, NetBSD projects on 2019 Google Summer of Code, reducing contention, fnaify 1.3, vmctl(8): CLI syntax, what Linux distros...
BSD Now Episode 301: GPU Passthrough

BSD Now Episode 301: GPU Passthrough

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss a GPU passthrough on bhyve, used/free disk space on ZFS, OmniOS Community Edition, pfSense 2.4.4 RELEASE p3, NetBSD 8.1 RC1, FreeNAS for your Server, among others. Click play below to tune in:...
BSDNow.TV Episode 300: The Big Three

BSDNow.TV Episode 300: The Big Three

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss FreeNAS 11.3-BETA 1, BSDCan 2019, OpenIndiana 2019.04, Overview of ZFS Pools in FreeNAS, the importance of Open Source firmware for security, OPNsense, OpenBSD and wireguard, and some more....
BSD Now Episode 299: The NAS Fleet

BSD Now Episode 299: The NAS Fleet

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss running AIX via QEMU on Linux for Windows, taking command of your NAS fleet with TrueCommand, Unleashed version 1.3, LLDB: extension for CPU register inspection support, V7 Unix programs being...
BSD Now Episode 298: BSD On The Road

BSD Now Episode 298: BSD On The Road

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss a UFS bug being fixed after 36 years, BSD on the road, OpenBSD automatic upgrades, ex2fs and DTrace support for FreeBSD, dedicated SSH tunnel, OpenBSD 6.5 VMM VMs, and some others. Hit play...
BSD Now Episode 297: Dragonfly In The Wild

BSD Now Episode 297: Dragonfly In The Wild

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss FreeBSD ZFS versus ZFS on Linux peformance, DragonflyBSD 5.4.2, iocell containing web services, Solaris 11.4 SRU8, SSH Agent forwarding issue, upgrade OpenBSD 6.4 to 6.5, among other things....