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TrueNAS (formerly known as FreeNAS) - free and open-source network-attached storage software based on FreeBSD ↗
Tuesday' 03-May-2022
TrueNAS (formerly known as FreeNAS) - is a free and open-source network-attached storage (NAS) operating systems produced by iXsystems based on FreeBSD and Linux, using the OpenZFS file system. It is licensed under the terms of the BSD License and runs on commodity x86-64 hardware. The TrueNAS range includes free public versions TrueNAS CORE, commercial versions (TrueNAS Enterprise), Linux versions (TrueNAS SCALE). iXsystems also offers hardware, from small home systems to large 10 petabyte arrays, based on the above versions.

Generic FreeBSD ↗
Saturday' 13-Mar-2021
FreeBSD is an Open-Source operating system used to power networking appliances, modern servers, desktops, and embedded platforms. A large community has continually developed it for more than three decades. Its advanced networking, security, and storage features have made FreeBSD the platform of choice for many of the busiest web sites, embedded networking solutions and storage devices.

pfSense - free and open source firewall and router based on FreeBSD that also features unified threat management, load balancing, multi WAN, and more ↗
Saturday' 13-Mar-2021
Watch detailed videos and read topics on pfSense a FreeBSD based Firewall

FreeBSD Networking Sub-system ↗
Saturday' 13-Mar-2021

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Watch on Youtube - [961//0] 3 FreeBSD Networking Sub-system - Introduction and Code-walk - Ep1 ↗

NAS (Network Attached Storage) Operating Systems - FreeNAS, OpenZFS, etc ↗
Saturday' 13-Mar-2021

Design & Architecture of custom Dynamic Routing Protocols ↗
Saturday' 13-Mar-2021

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Tail Drop - by Network Schedulers to Drop Packets in Network Appliances ↗
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Programming Language Performance and Overheads ↗
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A detailed Youtube video series of various programming language performance and overheads - a big picture

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Saturday' 13-Mar-2021
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Google Youtube Happy Hour 2016 Bangalore India - The Linux Channel ↗
Saturday' 13-Mar-2021

Compiling a C Compiler with a C Compilter | Compile gcc with gcc ↗
Saturday' 13-Mar-2021
The fundamental aspect of a programming language compiler is to translate code written from language to other. But most commonly compilers will compile code written in high-level human friendly language such as C, C++, Java, etc. to native CPU architecture specific (machine understandable) binary code which is nothing but sequence of CPU instructions. Hence if we see that way we should able to compile gcc Compiler source code with a gcc Compiler binary.

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Watch on Youtube - [961//0] 3 FreeBSD Networking Sub-system - Introduction and Code-walk - Ep1 ↗

Network Packet Processing Hardware Offload ↗
Saturday' 13-Mar-2021
Here are the quick links or architecture images of various Network Packet Processing Hardware Offload via NIC card. And also here is my detailed video and demo on GRO (Generic Receive Offload).

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