So much for nonsense, here's the link accumulated for the passed weeks (if not months):
- FreeBSD mailing list - There's a discussion in about performance on NFS vs SMB, which leads to some benchmarking and tuning tips.
- Perl - You might not agree, but TIMTOWTDI & CPAN is Perl's strength, NOT weakness. Disclaimer, Java fanboy should stay away of this. (via Shining Silence)
- FreeBSD mailing list - The vim port patches count is getting ridiculous. I hope someone in vim consider merging those.
- SSH - Brute force ssh attack still exist in this modern day. Who's not using private key authentication? (via)
- Perl - Always like this kind of post mortem style blog post on trouble shooting.
- FreeBSD ZFS - Dan is replacing his aging gateway & file server. More interesting is the luxurious hardware specs.
- FreeBSD mailing list - bsdinstall is scriptable, brief idea explained, if you're interested.
- Book - Watch out for "Sudo Mastery" from Michael Lucas's in-writing new book. He's also offering the in-progress version of the book, for those who can't wait.
- Talk - Again from Michael Lucas. He gave a talk on DNSSEC, based on his recent book, DNSSEC Mastery. I've written a review on this book and yes, it is good.
- VCS - Good reading on versioning commit logs.
* I thought I got this link from Shining Silence but just can't find it anywhere. Hmm...
- FreeBSD - Interesting read on Intel nic driver test & crash.
(via Planet FreeBSD)
- Misc - DEF CON: The Documentary
(via Twitter of @textfiles, through @sevanjaniyan)
Till next week, I hope. :p