This week’s BSDNow has a ZFS explainer about what the theoretical maximums on storage could be, plus a whole lotta DTrace. (Needed a Sun reference in their title this week.)
BSDNow has made it so far that I have to double-check the episode number! In 231, they cover some history and some upcoming software work.
This week’s BSDNow has Spectre/Meltdown followups, plus a turning of the tables: questions for the interviewers.
I’m a bit late posting it, but: BSDNow 227 covers Open, Free, and Net this week.
I’m a bit late posting this, since I’ve been on the road, but: BSDNow 226 is up, diving into recent FreeBSD status and Foundation reports, OpenBSD work, and other details.
No interview but a lot of topics in this week’s BSDNow.
No interview this week for BSDNow 222, but lots of procedure details on FAMP, server moves, and bhyve.
I’m a bit late linking to the new BSDNow episode, “Opening ZFS in 2017“, but here it is. You can guess at least one of the topics covered from the title.
This week’s BSDNow has no interview, but goes into in-depth explanations of ZFS caching, man page reading, and more – so there’s lots to keep you busy, just in the show description.
This week’s BSDNow talks about the Krack Attack, new releases for a number of BSDs, recent conventions, and really just everything.
This week’s BSDNow turns the tables, and the interviewer is you. Well, viewer questions for the staff, specifically. There’s also the usual news summaries.
This week’s BSDNow has David Carlier of Afilias interviewed, plus a EuroBSDCon travel report and more.
BSDNow 214 has no interview, but does get into a convention report and a number of other topics, including the history of man pages. Is there a help format that has lasted as long as man pages? I don’t think so.
BSDNow 213 talks about the just-finished EuroBSDCon, and vBSDCon and other things. The episode 213 web page links to Youtube videos of all the talks, so there’s your evening schedule, filled.
BSDNow episode 212 is out and I’m going to link it especially because I’ve been at work instead of posting like normal. Not surprisingly, it talks about the demise of Solaris and about vBSDCon and (links to videos from) BSDCan.