Re: First version of the slides for the FOSDEM Debian GNU/kFreeBSD talk are up
On Fri, Feb 05, 2010 at 06:45:19PM +0100, Witold Baryluk wrote:
> > > Features you don't get with Linux - Dtrace? though I am not
> > > sure you'd get it with G/kF yet?
> > Never heard of it. Aurelien, KiBi, Petr?
> dtrace is pretty good stuff. It originates from OpenSolaris just like ZFS.
> It is a freamwork (and scripting language)
> for tracing and performance mesurments of whole system with small overhead.
> dtrace is also avaible in Mac OS X, and FreeBSD.
Thanks for the explanation. Added now.
> In 7.2 and 8.0 kernel config i see that KDTRACE_HOOKS is commented out.
> Also ZFS is not there.
"dpkg -S dtrace" on io (kfreebsd-i386 testing, so no 8.0 kernel yet)
says (beyond others):
And "dpkg -S zfs":
> Another important part (which can bring people) is Xen domU support.
I fear that this is less important since Xen seems to become less
> I'm actually trying to write scripts to make it simple to
> use (install) kfreebsd as Xen domU under Linux Lenny / Squezee dom0.
Would be interested to see them when they are working / ready. :-)
> PS. Nice presentation. S5 is next of my favorite presentation
> systems (after beamer :D )
Hehe, I started with Lynx (including Lynx Style-Sheets) and text-mode
as presentation tool, because I didn't get X working on my very first
ThinkPad (an 760ED from 1996) for quite while. S5 was the consequent
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