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Archive for October, 2008

Hybrid Storage Pool goes glossy

I’ve written about Hybrid Storage Pools (HSPs) here several times as well as in an article that appeared in the ACM’s Queue and CACM publications. Now the folks in Sun marketing on the occasion of our joint SSD announcement with Intel have distilled that down to a four page glossy, and they’ve done a terrific [...]

Posted on October 20, 2008 at 7:00 am by ahl · Permalink · 7 Comments
In: Fishworks

Apple updates DTrace… again

Back in January, I ranted about Apple’s ham-handed breakage in their DTrace port. After some injured feelings and teary embraces, Apple cleaned things up a bit, but some nagging issues remained as I wrote: For the Apple folks: I’d argue that revealing the name of otherwise untraceable processes is no more transparent than what Activity [...]

Posted on October 4, 2008 at 12:46 pm by ahl · Permalink · 10 Comments
In: DTrace