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In the previous part I described vnode life cycle management in FreeBSD and Solaris VFS. While I described how vnodes live and die I omitted details of how they are born. Let’s recall that a vnode is a VFS representation of an actual filesystem object such as a file or a directory. The vnodes are …
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Great news!!! I'm happy with the solution ;-)
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BERI, a pipelined 64-bit RISC FPGA soft-core processor
BERI is able to boot the open-source FreeBSD operating system, and run an SSH server, gcc, Apache, and countless other off-the-shelf open-source applications and benchmarks.
#freebsd   #BERI   #UNIX  
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Very cool to see FreeBSD in such hardware/projects.
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OpenBSD based firewall/router/load balancer release version 3.2-R2:
http://www.halonsecurity.com/products/security-router/
New: Route priorities
New: Add reserved host from DHCP lease page
Imp: Load balancers on front page in web admin
Imp: Show cancel URL when testing a commit
Imp: Ping with LAN addresses if a tunnels local endpoint is 0.0.0.0/0
Imp: Warn about pflow protocol 9 soon being deprecated
Bug: Basic setup erased aliases if having multiple IPs
Bug: isakmpctl capture could fail to show decrypted packets
Bug: Cluster push configuration button were broken
Bug: System could run out of bpf interfaces
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Would love to see this for SOHO. Love to run something easy to use and setup at home. Along with maintain easily.
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Hmm.. note 3-clause BSD license for the Broadcom release of full documentation for the VideoCore IV graphics core, and a complete source release of the graphics stack.  Good news for all.
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+Michael Fuckner I know.
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7 habits of highly successful Unix admins
You can spend 50-60 hours a week managing your Unix servers and responding to your users' problems and still feel as if you're not getting much done or you can adopt some good work habits that will both make you more successful and prepare you for the next round of problems.

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The most successful admins are the ones that have automated themselves out of a job. 
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Installing ezjail 3.3 on FreeBSD 9.2 using ZFS

A keep-for-reference guide.

Thanks +Dan Langille
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Thanks. Writing that one was a lot of fun. I now have a day job which allows me to work with this stuff.

Up soon are: poudriere & then Ansible. 
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