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𝔻𝕒𝕘 𝕎𝕚𝕖𝕖𝕣𝕤 8h
We started an Ansible Solaris Working Group to speed up integration into . Members of the Solaris Working Group have special privileges to approve PRs. So if you are using Ansible on Solaris become a member and help things move forward.
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Phil Jan 18
Replying to @ahl @opensolaris
I’ve no idea where I got these but happy days looking after the real things.
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FreeBSDNews Jan 18
The developers of on are pleased to announce its availability for testing. ZoF is based on ZFS on (ZoL) and is aiming to be the main file system to be adopted by users.
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Olaf Bohlen Jan 17
Of course the community will be(er;) there with , , , and many more!
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Mark Gritter 20h
Replying to @arkuatb
One of the bits was him asking Andy why there weren't any RAID controllers on the 48-disk chassis! in ~2003 It wasn't really until ZFS came out that Sun could turn it into a product. We ran a modified version of XFS. I can't recall whether we used Linux md or if XFS had RAID.
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q5sys 23h
Fact 1) The Blocks of a ZFS storage Pool form a Merkle Tree. Fact 2) A Blockchain is a Merkle tree. Thus: ZFS was the worlds FIRST and ONLY Enterprise Blockchain Product.
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Kia‏☆ Jul 31
"Is ZFS A Blockchain" - the greatest thread in the history of forums, locked by a moderator after 12,239 pages of heated debate,
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Sam Levin Jan 18
An estimated 4,200 women have been underpaid at Oracle, with women making on average $13,000 less than men doing equivalent work, according to a new complaint + analysis of payroll data:
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Antonello Cruz Jan 18
Replying to @ahl
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Adam Leventhal Jan 18
My desk is full of nostalgia
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Oracle Solaris Jan 18
Want to learn more about Oracle Solaris 11.4 and the new Web Dashboard? Come to Oracle Solaris and SPARC Tech Day in New York on January 24 to get the all the details along with the vision and strategy for Solaris and SPARC. Register here:
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Mark Imbriaco Jan 17
BGP basically relies on the honor system
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Jacob Torrey Jan 18
Still one of the strangest things I've learned from the x86 manuals. ADDING dead/redundant code will improve prefetching and overall performance!
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Oracle SPARC Jan 17
Oracle's partner, Fujitsu, commits to continuing its platform long term. See Fujitsu and and Solaris experts at Solaris and SPARC Tech Day in New York on January 24
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Justin Cormack Jan 17
The last presentation from the Modern OS track at was great fun! Should we rewrite the OS in Rust? asks video out now
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John Arundel Jan 18
Reconstructing a fully running 1st Edition UNIX system from a found paper listing of the kernel source. Software archaeology is fascinating!
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Danese Cooper Jan 17
Heads up, the fabulous is attending for for the first time! She was my last boss at Sun, and currently works for . Other folks I know are coming include , and the usual suspects. See you at the knitalong :-)
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Julien Danjou Jan 17
Serious Python released!
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Bill Nesheim Jan 17
in NYC today to speak to Unigroup of NY about 11.4 and .
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OpenSolaris Jan 17
Print ads from 1995 for the SunSoft Workshop Developer Products, including SPARCWorks Pro compilers and TeamWare code management system
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