This memo was circulated internally within Oracle (and subsequently leaked). Basically, the open source development model has now been axed and OpenSolaris is officially now dead. A very sad day indeed.
It seems that Oracle has no room for OpenSolaris in its new strategy to get Sun out of the whole its in.
The Wipe feature in Toshiba’s SED (Self-Encrypting Drives) will allow for deletion of secure data prior to disposing or repurposing hard drives, Toshiba said in a statement. This feature prevents secure data from getting lost or stolen.
Think of the possibilities, seriously you think of them!.
Our developers are hard at work on our next generation of products, which in addition to allowing instantaneous scaling and solving configuration nightmares, allows you to over-commit your physical resources (both processors and memory). This quick demo provides a great example of over-subscription, showing a development version of our platform cramming 16 gigabytes worth of clones onto a single host with 8 gigabytes of memory. Awesome.
kind of obvious, Private Mode is “like a candle in the wind… unreliable” Garth Marenghi , too many variables with room for leaks.
Most of them wont even survive the first round.
Just hold the horses … what about the writes.
This one never gets old.
Industry numbers suggest that one would have to fill a 320 GB SATA drive 37 times before encountering an unrecoverable read error, potentially losing data.
Yeah, live on the wild side. Go 320GB!.