FreeBSD Multimedia Resources List
Links on this page refer to multimedia resources (podcast, vodcast, audio recordings, video recordings, photos) related to FreeBSD or of interest for FreeBSD users.
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Tag: pawel jakub dawidek
Live from NYCBSDCon Saturday
Added: 12 October 2008
Tags: bsdtalk, nycbsdcon2008, nycbsdcon, interview, jason dixon, pawel jakub dawidek, kris more, matt olander, george neville-neil, phillip coblentz, jason wright
Ogg version (40 minutes), MP3 version (18 Mb, 40 minutes)
A copy of Saturday's live stream from NYCBSDCon 2008. I wander around during lunch talking to random people. Voices include Jason Dixon, Pawel Jakub Dawidek, Kris Moore, Matt Olander, George Neville-Neil, Phillip Coblentz, and Jason Wright.
GEOM - in Infrastructure We Trust, Pawel Jakub Dawidek, AsiaBSDCon 2008
Source: YouTube bsdconferences channel
Added: 21 February 2009
Tags: youtube, presentation, asiabsdcon2008, asiabsdcon, geom, pawel jakub dawidek
GEOM - in Infrastructure We Trust, Pawel Jakub Dawidek, AsiaBSDCon 2008
clive URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMpmOezBJZo
AsiaBSDCon 2008 Paper List
Added: 08 April 2008
Tags: asiabsdcon, asiabsdcon2008
Using FreeBSD to Promote Open Source Development Methods, Brooks Davis, Michael AuYeung, Mark Thomas (The Aerospace Corporation) (483 Kb), OpenBSD Network Stack Internals, Claudio Jeker (The OpenBSD Project) (410 Kb), Tracking FreeBSD in a Commercial Setting, M. Warner Losh (Cisco Systems, Inc.) (94 Kb), Send and Receive of File System Protocols: Userspace Approach With puffs, Antti Kantee (Helsinki University of Technology, Finland) (126 Kb), GEOM --- in Infrastructure We Trust, Pawel Jakub Dawidek (The FreeBSD Project) (91 Kb), Reducing Lock Contention in a Multi-Core System, Randall Stewart (Cisco Systems, Inc.) (72 Kb), PC-BSD: FreeBSD on the Desktop, Matt Olander (iXsystems) (6.4 Mb), Logical Resource Isolation in the NetBSD Kernel, Kristaps Dzonsons (Centre for Parallel Computing, Swedish Royal Institute of Technology) (97 Kb), Whole of the proceedings (9.3 Mb), Gaols: Implementing Jails Under the kauth Framework, Christoph Badura (The NetBSD Foundation) (92 Kb), Cover page (467 Kb), Sleeping Beauty --- NetBSD on Modern Laptops, Jorg Sonnenberger, Jared D. McNeill (The NetBSD Foundation) (87 Kb), A Portable iSCSI Initiator, Alistair Crooks (The NetBSD Foundation) (341 Kb), BSD implementations of XCAST6, Yuji IMAI, Takahiro KUROSAWA, Koichi SUZUKI, Eiichi MURAMOTO, Katsuomi HAMAJIMA, Hajimu UMEMOTO, and Nobuo KAWAGUTI (XCAST fan club, Japan) (526 Kb)
Papers of the AsiaBSDCon 2007
AsiaBSDCon 2007 Paper/Slides List
Added: 17 March 2007
Tags: asiabsdcon, asiabsdcon2007
SHISA: The Mobile IPv6/NEMO BS Stack Implementation Current Status, Keiichi Shima (Internet Initiative Japan Inc., Japan), Koshiro Mitsuya, Ryuji Wakikawa (Keio University, Japan), Tsuyoshi Momose (NEC Corporation, Japan), Keisuke Uehara (Keio University, Japan) [paper] (311 Kb), An ISP Perspective, jail(8) Virtual Private Servers, Isaac Levy (NYC*BUG/LESMUUG, USA) [paper] (140 Kb), A NetBSD-based IPv6 NEMO Mobile Router, Jean Lorchat, Koshiro Mitsuya, Romain Kuntz (Keio University, Japan) [paper] (412 Kb), Whole of the Proceedings (6.5 Mb), Cover page (588 Kb), Porting the ZFS File System to the FreeBSD Operating System, Pawel Jakub Dawidek (pjd at FreeBSD.org, Poland) [slides] (278 Kb), Implementation and Evaluation of the Dual Stack Mobile IPv6, Koshiro Mitsuya, Ryuji Wakikawa, Jun Murai (Keio University, Japan) [paper] (1071 Kb), puffs - Pass to Userspace Framework File System, Antti Kantee (Helsinki University of Technology, Finland) [slides] (116 Kb), Reflections on Building a High Performance Computing Cluster Using FreeBSD, Brooks Davis (The Aerospace Corporation/brooks at FreeBSD.org, USA) [paper] (1371 Kb), Nsswitch Development: Nss-modules and libc Separation and Caching, Michael A Bushkov (Southern Federal University/bushman at FreeBSD.org, Russia) [paper] (32 Kb), Bluffs: BSD Logging Updated Fast File System, Stephan Uphoff (Yahoo!, Inc./ups at FreeBSD.org, USA) [slides] (601 Kb), Security Measures in OpenSSH, Damien Miller (djm at openbsd.org, Australia) [paper] (97 Kb), Porting the ZFS File System to the FreeBSD Operating System, Pawel Jakub Dawidek (pjd at FreeBSD.org, Poland) [paper] (96 Kb), An ISP Perspective, jail(8) Virtual Private Servers, Isaac Levy (NYC*BUG/LESMUUG, USA) [slides] (20 Mb), Support for Radio Clocks in OpenBSD, Marc Balmer (mbalmer at openbsd.org, Switzerland) [paper] (86 Kb), How the FreeBSD Project Works, Robert N M Watson (University of Cambridge/rwatson at FreeBSD.org, United Kingdom) [paper] (328 Kb), puffs - Pass to Userspace Framework File System, Antti Kantee (Helsinki University of Technology, Finland) [paper] (68 Kb)
Slides and papers of the AsiaBSDCon 2007
New York City BSD Con 2008
Source: New York City *BSD User Group
Added: 13 October 2008
Tags: nycbsdcon2008, nycbsdcon, presentation
Jeremy C. Reed: Introduction to DNSSEC. (15 Mb), Michael Lucas: Network Refactoring, or doing an oil change at 80 MPH. (10 Mb), Anders Magnusson: Design and Implementation of the Portable C Compiler. (15 Mb), Jason Dixon: BSD versus GPL. (4 Mb), Kurt Miller: OpenBSD's Position Independent Executables (PIE) Implementation. (10 Mb), Metthew Dillon: The HAMMER File System. (14 Mb), Pawel Jakub Dawidek: A closer look at the ZFS file system. (16 Mb), Jason L Wright: When Hardware Is Wrong, or "They can Fix It In Software". (9 Mb), Michael Shalayeff: Porting PCC. (11 Mb), Adrian Chadd: High-throughput concurrent disk IO in FreeBSD. (14 Mb), Mike Silbersack: Detecting TCP regressions with tcpdiff. (11 Mb), Julio M. Merino Vidal: An introduction to the Automated Testing Framework (ATF) for NetBSD. (10 Mb)
Audio recordings of presentations given at New York City BSD Conference 2008. Courtesy of nikolai at fetissov.org. The main page also has links to the slides.
MeetBSD 2008 in California - Presentation
Added: 19 November 2008
Tags: meetbsd, meetbsd2008, freebsd, presentations
FreeBSD Foundation Update & Recognition by Robert Watson (3.2 Mb, 8 pages), BSD Certification by Dru Lavigne (80 Kb, 19 pages), Crypto Acceleration by Philip Paeps (256 Kb, 20 pages), "Help, my system is slow!" Profiling tools, tips and tricks by Kris Kennaway (172 Kb, 29 pages), Embedding FreeBSD by M. Warner Losh (685 Kb, 31 pages), Isilon and FreeBSD by Zach Loafman (136 Kb, 25 pages), Isolating Cluster Jobs for Performance and Predictability by Brooks Davis (900 Kb, 24 pages), PC-BSD 7 - A Developer's Perspective by Kris Moore (580 Kb, 45 pages), FreeBSD Network Stack Performance - Optimizations for Modern Hardware by Robert Watson (5.5 Mb, 43 pages), A closer look at the ZFS file system by Pawel Jakub Dawidek (470 Kb, 45 pages)
MeetBSD 2008 at the Googleplex in Mountain View, California to celebrate FreeBSD's 15th Anniversary!
Pawel Jakub Dawidek - A closer look at the ZFS file system
Source: BSDCan - The Technical BSD Conference
Added: 21 May 2008
Tags: bsdcan, bsdcan2008, slides, zfs, freebsd, pawel jakub dawidek
PDF file (150 Kb, 33 pages)
A closer look at the ZFS file systemsimple administration, transactional semantics, end-to-end data integrity
SUN's ZFS file system became part of FreeBSD on 6th April 2007. ZFS is a new kind of file system that provides simple administration, transactional semantics, end-to-end data integrity, and immense scalability. ZFS is not an incremental improvement to existing technology; it is a fundamentally new approach to data management. We've blown away 20 years of obsolete assumptions, eliminated complexity at the source, and created a storage system that's actually a pleasure to use.
ZFS presents a pooled storage model that completely eliminates the concept of volumes and the associated problems of partitions, provisioning, wasted bandwidth and stranded storage. Thousands of file systems can draw from a common storage pool, each one consuming only as much space as it actually needs. The combined I/O bandwidth of all devices in the pool is available to all filesystems at all times.
All operations are copy-on-write transactions, so the on-disk state is always valid. There is no need to fsck(1M) a ZFS file system, ever. Every block is checksummed to prevent silent data corruption, and the data is self-healing in replicated (mirrored or RAID) configurations. If one copy is damaged, ZFS detects it and uses another copy to repair it.