Back in August, I posted a blog entry that 10 GbE is a lie, as no one who I had talked to had ever gotten more than 400 MB/s (3200 Mb/s), and I asked anyone who had done better to write. Well, they wrote. Continue reading
A lot of FUD has been passed around lately about the probability of a hash collision when using a hash-only de-duplication system. What is a hash-only de-dupe system? What is the real probability of a hash collision in such a system? Read on to find out. Continue reading
According to a story on Linux.com, Symantec's lawyers sent Michael D. Setzer II, the leader of the open-source project formerly known as Ghost for Linux (G4L), an email "requesting" that he change the name of the project (which has been called simply "G4L" for some time) to something else. Although the only references to Ghost or Symantec on his website was saying that it had relationship to Symantec or its product, that apparently wasn't good enough for Symantec. What do I think? Read on.