Monthly Archives: May 2016

Version 1.1 of the “Implementing in-memory cache in the BeaST architecture” paper

Just found several small and ridiculous mistakes in the paper of Implementing in-memory cache in the BeaST architecture. So here is the version 1.1 of the PDF document.

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English to Russian translation difficulties

LinkedIn suggests me to add “Складское дело” which means maybe “warehouse keeping” into my skills. Anyway it looks like they understand my SAN and Storage Systems profession totally wrong 🙂

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BSD Mag started to post our articles on the BEAST: the FreeBSD reliable storage architecture

Download the fresh issue and see ZFS topic the “Adding ZFS to the FreeBSD dual-controller storage concept” article on pages 15 – 39. Also you can read the original PDF paper on our blog. If you are interested in the … Continue reading

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The BeaST FreeBSD reliable storage architecture is shown on TV!

See the BSD Now Episode 141 starting from 01:19:19 where Alan Jude and Chris Moore discuss the BeaST reliable storage architecture. Thank you, guys for the really good words!

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Simple work to do

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Implementing in-memory cache in the BeaST architecture

Recently we have created the reliable dual-headed FreeBSD based storage concept. Then we improved it with the famous ZFS feature. Now we will try to implement a shared in-memory cache to make our model even more serious.

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A UDP joke

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