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ZFS Filesystem Review

ZFS Filesystem Review

ZFS is a transactional filesystem by Sun Microsystems (ORACLE)
This means: data corruption never should be.
This can be achieved by: checksuming, duplications, and various raid-levels that built-in to ZFS. Yes. ZFS is a volume manager too.

ZFS is popular since FreeBSD introduced it in their releases few years ago.
ZFS has its functionality above other common filesystems and a well-tuned ZFS filesystem mostly can beat ... Click and Read More!
Welcome back BSD

Welcome back BSD

Finally I can introduce nPulse.net is running on FreeBSD again.
Two years ago we have forced a little bit into linux I mean Debian. It was awesome, linux-based oses are great and "seems" fast but messy and buggy, and not fast.

Developing to linux is easier than BSD since BSD more behind linux with "hardware compatibility" BSD is always need a bit more time, but its more reliable when it gets a simple task. ... Click and Read More!

Sorry for the Mess and Noise, Just launched a new site.

Sorry for the Mess and Noise, Just launched a new site.

Yes, we have a new site with most advanced toolset nPulse.net is always tried to be sysadmin friendly, we always sharing tools and our resources, so we had improved all systems we have to enable most ... Click and Read More!

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