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After success with single zpool switching, I’m trying now to create a reliable and balanced construction with two controllers and two pools. When one of the controllers is dead, its pool successfully migrates to the other controller. But when the … Continue reading
In the issue #165 of BSD Now two awesome guys, Allan Jude and Kris Moore, show my paper while explaining FreeBSD CTL HA and ALUA subsystem.
Brocade Communications Systems Inc. is in advanced talks to sell itself, according to people familiar with the matter. Source: Brocade Communications in Advanced Talks to Sell Itself – Bloomberg UPD. Broadcom Press-release on the deal is already published.
Good news! They finally released it! I’m downloading the new version in a hurry to tame the BeaST to live within. And the most interesting part for me is: “The CTL High Availability implementation has been rewritten. [r287621] (Sponsored by iXsystems)” It looks like FreeBSD supports native dual-node … Continue reading
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!
Microsoft shrinks OneDrive free storage space from 15 GB to 5 GB.