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Mark J Musante 4h
ZFS's ARC likes to cache data to make things speedy. This sometimes can be frustrating as points out - - time for an ARC rewrite?
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💾 Astr0 Baby 6h
bliss (pkgsrc Q2-2019) on Solaris 10 (i386) - used the native GCC 3.4.3 to bootstrap pkgsrc, then build GCC44, then used GCC44 to build GCC6.5 to compile latest Ruby 2.6.3p62
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Benjamin Carr, Ph.D. 🐟🏞️🧬🌎👨🏻‍💻🌊🐕📷 Jul 15
, pioneer, dies at 93 Man behind and , the man who did groundwork that made happen, was , better known simply as . He won the 1990 Award – equivalent of a
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Living Computers Jul 12
Among the machines we're displaying for the 50th Anniversary of UNIX is our second PDP-7, brought to us by Fred Yearian. Fred (pictured, middle) and our team are working to bring up UNIX Version 0 on this system.
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OpenSolaris 4h
But & don’t want people to develop for SPARC and Solaris any more. Larry said their legacy businesses like those “are melting away and we just don’t care” on the last earnings call.
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Greymeister 18h
Getting Bhyve to Behave on OmniOS
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Andrew Watkins 5h
11.4.11.4.0 ( SRU 11.4) Updates: rsyslog, libssh2, Samba, BIND, openjpeg, NSS, TB, RubyGems, FF, Python modules, ibstatus Bugs fixes: 225 CVEs: 33
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Darren Moffat 5h
140-2 for Oracle Solaris 11.4
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Ryan MacLean 🍩 Jul 14
Over here reading a SmartOS mailing list thread in which people are debating the use of the term “sexy” to refer to tech. The best reply, by far:
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Cheatography 6h
Check out this brand new Cheat Sheet: ZFS command line reference by The IceMan Blog
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Brendan Gregg Jul 15
Announcing my next book: BPF Performance Tools: Linux System and Application Observability, for which I developed over 100 new tools
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Justin Cormack Jul 15
Who's afraid of a big bad optimizing compiler?
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techno-archaeologist Jul 14
why don’t you make Solaris open source again. Also make sparc opensource.
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Lidia Jul 14
How this takes me back to my early days as a Solaris SysAdmin 🥰 nothing bets the warmth of an E10K 🤗
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Today In Infosec Jul 14
1998: Ethereal was first released publicly as version 0.2.0. Its creator, Gerald Combs, thought it was cool that Bob Metcalfe named Ethernet after luminiferous ether so he picked a name beginning with ether. Since 2006 the network protocol analyzer has been known as Wireshark.
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Dan Langille Jul 13
Please RT vBSDCon 2019 is September 5-7 at the Hyatt Regency in Reston, VA This year, the conference is organized by Mark Felder, Ryan Steinmetz, and myself. The CFP closes on July 19. Details at
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Hacker News Jul 13
"version" include wreaks havoc on case-insensitive filesystems: Comments:
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only bools are binary / eddyb@lyken.rs Jul 12
<> SCSI is pronounced "Storage Crime Scene Investigation"
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Ryan Zezeski Jul 13
DTrace is the tool I use most frequently, by a large margin. I use it everyday to solve both development and production problems. I can ask almost any question of the system, on the fly, and get an immediate answer. And its syntax has the simplicity of AWK. Legacy my ass.
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nia Jul 13
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