Ten years ago today, the OpenAFS project was borne by a small group of individuals at CMU--its corpus owing to the generosity of IBM, which cast forth a largely complete version of its AFS 3.6 source tree under the IBM public license. It's certainly been a long and arduous journey; here's hoping we can keep this ship alive and smoothly sailing for another ten...
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At the April 2009 meeting of the Midwest VM Regional User Group (MVMRUG) in Columbus, Ohio, Scott Courtney presented an overview of OpenSolaris for System z and a just-for-fun tutorial on building a low-energy "green" server for use in a home or remote office. The OpenSolaris presentation was originally created by David Boyes.
Common problems and solutions for Open Solaris.
These files are the source and documentation for the Purdue University LARS Batch Monitor System for CMS, written in the late 1980s at Purdue University. The files were preserved and provided by George Shedlock at AEGON USA and Thomas Kern at the US Department of Energy.
Mike Cowlishaw, IBM Fellow, presented "Changing the Way Computers Compute" at the Hillgang user group meeting on 24 April 2008. This presentation explains the need for hardware-accelerated binary decimal formats and the emerging IEEE standards in this area.