Archive for March, 2009

FreeBSD Part 2

Posted on March 31st, 2009.

RAID Recovery – FreeBSD Support for third-party applications FreeBSD acts as a repository of third-party applications. It has over 17,000 ported libraries and applications. These include applications for desktop, server, appliance, and embedded environments. FreeBSD acts as the framework for these programs to be installed. These applications can be installed either from the source (ports), […]

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FreeBSD Part 1

Posted on March 31st, 2009.

RAID Recovery – FreeBSD FreeBSD is a free operating system designed for desktops, servers and embedded platforms. FreeBSD is derived from Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD), a UNIX derivative developed at the University of California, Berkeley. It is developed and maintained by more than 200 developers and thousands of contributors across the world. FreeBSD is known […]

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Solaris 10 Part 2

Posted on March 31st, 2009.

RAID Recovery – Solaris 10 Service Management Framework Because of the above features, the init system on Solaris 10 work differently from the previous versions. It restarts a service in the event it fails to start or if it crashes. If the user stops a service which depends on another service, the second service also […]

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Solaris 10 Part 1

Posted on March 31st, 2009.

RAID Recovery – Solaris 10 Solaris is a UNIX-based operating system introduced by Sun Microsystems for desktops, laptops, servers and data centers. Solaris supports SPARC-based and x86-based workstations from Sun as well as other vendors. Solaris 10 is an advanced version of Solaris. A major component of Solaris 10 is Sun’s Java Desktop System (JDS), […]

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OpenSolaris Part 1

Posted on March 31st, 2009.

RAID Recovery – OpenSolaris OpenSolaris is a free open-source operating system designed for desktops, laptops, servers and data centers. It is based on Sun Microsystems’ Solaris, a version of SVR4 UNIX. It is the only open source SVR4 derivative available today. Open Solaris is developed and maintained by an open community working in different projects […]

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OpenBSD Part 2

Posted on March 31st, 2009.

RAID Recovery – OpenBSD Clean and Secure Source Code Developers often patch the third-party products to improve the quality and security of the product. As a result, the software may differ slightly from the original version, though the patches usually do not largely affect the functionality. Available in Source Form OpenBSD kernel and userland programs […]

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OpenBSD Part 1

Posted on March 31st, 2009.

RAID Recovery – OpenBSD OpenBSD is a freely available operating system derived from Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) operating system. BSD is a UNIX derivative developed at the University of California, Berkeley. OpenBD supports binary emulation of programs from a number of operating systems such as Solaris, Linux, SunOS, HP-UX, as well as other BSD variants […]

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NetBSD Part 2

Posted on March 31st, 2009.

RAID Recovery – NetBSD Support for Multiple File Systems NetBSD can handle and manipulate different file systems to enable data exchange and binary compatibility. Some of them are ffs (Berkeley fast file system), lfs (log-structured file system), tmpfs (a type of memory file system), iso9660 (standard CD file system), msdosfs (Windows, MS-DOS, and Atari TOS) […]

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NetBSD Part 1

Posted on March 31st, 2009.

RAID Recovery – NetBSD Introduction NetBSD is an open-source version of Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) operating system. BSD is a derivative of UNIX operative system and is being developed and distributed by the Computer Systems Research Group of the University of California, Berkeley. NetBSD is freely distributed under a business friendly license. The software is […]

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Disk enclosure Part 2

Posted on March 31st, 2009.

RAID Recovery – Disk enclosure Different form factors 2.5 inch drive enclosures: The 2.75-inch wide form factor is used in notebook computers and other slim PC models. These drives consume less power, and they are mostly powered directly from the host device’s USB or other external bus. 1.8 inch drive enclosures: They are the smallest […]

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