NetBSD Multimedia Resources List
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Tag: randall stewart
Cisco Distinguished Engineer Randall Stewart
Added: 08 March 2007
Tags: bsdtalk, interview, cisco, freebsd, stream control transmission protocol, randall stewart
Ogg version (35 minutes), MP3 version (17 Mb, 35 minutes)
Interview with Cisco Distinguished Engineer Randall
Stewart. We talk about the Stream Control Transmission
Protocol and his work bringing it to FreeBSD.
Reducing Lock Contention in a Multi-Core System, Randall Stewart, AsiaBSDCon 2008
Source: YouTube bsdconferences channel
Added: 21 February 2009
Tags: youtube, presentation, asiabsdcon2008, asiabsdcon, multicore, lock contention, randall stewart
Reducing Lock Contention in a Multi-Core System,
Randall Stewart, AsiaBSDCon 2008
clive URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQOMva1SmbY
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
Randall Stewart - SCTP what it is and how to use it
Source: BSDCan - The Technical BSD Conference
Added: 21 May 2008
Tags: bsdcan, bsdcan2008, abstract, freebsd, sctp, randall stewart
PDF file (130 Kb, 10 pages)
SCTP - SCTP what it is and how to use it
This talk will introduce the attendee into the
interesting world of SCTP.
We will first discuss the new and different features
that SCTP (a new transport in FreeBSD 7.0) provide
to the user. Then we will shift gears and discuss
the extended socket API that is available to SCTP
users and will cover such items as:
- The two socket programming models
- Extended system calls that support the SCTP feature set.
- What model may fit you best