The FreeBSD Migration To OpenZFS Is Still Looking To Be A Great Change

submited 08 November 2019

Last year it was decided that FreeBSD's ZFS code would be re-based on OpenZFS (ZFS On Linux) code for ultimately better support and functionality as well as largely unifying the open-source ZFS ecosystem. While still transitioning towards the OpenZFS code-base, for FreeBSD it's still looking to be a positive move and one that will pay off for all parties involved...

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13 November 2019
p2k19 Hackathon Report: Good vibes from Bucharest  

The first p2k19 hackathon report comes from Marc Espie.

FreeBSD Security Advisory and Errata  

12 November, 2019

  • FreeBSD-SA-19:26.mcu
  • FreeBSD-SA-19:25.mcepsc
  • FreeBSD-EN-19:19.loader
12 November 2019
OpenZFS Developer Summit 2019  

The seventh annual OpenZFS Developer Summit took place on November 4th and 5th in San Francisco and brought together a healthy mix of familiar faces and new community participants. Several folks from iXsystems took part in the talks, hacking, and socializing at this amazing annual event. The messages of the event can be summed up as Unification, Refinement, and Ecosystem Tooling.

11 November 2019
HardenedBSD Status Report  

On 05 Nov 2019, Oliver Pinter resigned amicably from the project. All of us at HardenedBSD owe Oliver our gratitude and appreciation. This humble project, named by Oliver, was born out of his thesis work and the collaboration with Shawn Webb. Oliver created the HardenedBSD repo on GitHub in April 2013. The HardenedBSD Foundation was formed five years later to carry on this great work.

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