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FreeBSD, Jail and ZFS

Speaker(s) : Freddy Dissaux
Language : Français Level : Confirmed Nature : Conference
Date : Friday 9 July 2010 Schedule : 15h20 Duration : 40 minutes
Place: ENSEIRB - Amphi B
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The talk

Based on the real example, we will explain how FreeBSD, Jails, ZFS and IPv6 improve the way one may use its server.

We briefly present these pieces of software (and their competitors) before listing which services are required.

Then we present how Jails and IPv6 help performing a logical splitting of the server and how ZFS features optimizes our administration time and the server storage space.

We will end the talk with a list of upcoming features.

The speaker

Freddy Dissaux is a 38-year old developer. He currently works for a real-estate company. He has been using free software since 1996 but only contributed recently, especially after helping the French FreeBSD/BSD booth during some 2009 shows.