[OFF-TOPIC] High Availability FreeBSD 9.0



  • Marcelo Gondim (gondim on bsdinfo.com.br) made ​​available the slides of the lecture he made in DAY VOL III (pt-BR). The material, covering the High Availability FreeBSD, behind a lot of information about some of the latest features included and/or improvement in the recently released FreeBSD 9.0 - case the ZFS filesystem, the use of Highly Available Storage (HAST) and CARP protocol.

    It is always important to remember that pfSense is 100% based on FreeBSD (the current pfSense 2.0.1 is based on FreeBSD 8.1 - The version 2.1 that is coming to the status of "stable" is based on FreeBSD 8.3 - However, the chances pfSense 2.2 is the future based entirely on FreeBSD 9.0 are very high). Rightfully so, most of the ports (packages), resources, command (shell) and possibilities of the operating system from Berkeley are also valid for pfSense!

    Reading more than recommended for all levels of sysadmins: http://www.pfsense-br.org/blog/2012/03/alta-disponibilidade-no-freebsd-9-0/

    []`s
    Jack


  • Banned

    Its in spanish…......................... :(



  • @Supermule:

    Its in spanish…......................... :(

    No, Portuguese (pt-BR)! ;)


  • Banned

    HAHAHHAHAHAHA ALLRIGHT :D



  • We have excellent sysadmins … Brazil is much more than "soccer" and "Carnaval"!  ;D


  • Netgate Administrator

    I hear you also have excellent beaches!  ;)

    Thanks for the info though, makes me wish I spoke Portuguese.

    Steve



  • @stephenw10:

    I hear you also have excellent beaches!  ;)

    Certainly I am biased, but the beaches are the most beautiful in the world! ;)

    Thanks for the info though, makes me wish I spoke Portuguese.

    Speaking Portuguese is not so difficult … We have some letters and accents more! :)

    []`s
    Jack


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