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Re: Does something like nanobsd.sh exist or in the making for DF?

From: Gonzalo Nemmi <gnemmi@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 29 Oct 2011 01:02:05 -0300

Pretty much on spot .. yesterday I was on #dragonflybsd asking it
there was any interest on working on a DragonFlyBSD version of FreeNAS
. ..
I´ll create a new thread about this as soon as a I can give it a
little more thought.
But, basically, yes .. FreeNAS is really good .. UFS and ZFS are not
. . A DragonFlyNAS would be a dream come true ...
Best Regards
Gonzalo Nemmi

>nanobsd.sh can do wonders indeed. I am fascinated by Paul's approach
>most (Read here:
>http://www.psconsult.nl/talks/NLLGG-BSDdag-Servers/paper.pdf) And
>recently FreeNAS also took the same approach (
>The only thing that I want to avoid in Paul's approach above is ZFS
>and want to replace with Hammer ;-) Just my two cents
>>On 10/15/11, Archimedes Gaviola <archimedes.gaviola@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Sat, Oct 15, 2011 at 1:14 AM, Jelle Hermsen <jelle@jellehermsen.nl>
>> wrote:
>>> What does nanobsd.sh do?
>>> Max
>> NanoBSD is a nifty shell script that allows you to create and customize a
>> very tiny bootable FreeBSD image. People use it on routers and other
>> single purpose machines, but I believe you can make it into pretty much
>> anything you like.
>> This could be an interesting project, especially considering that the
>> DragonFly liveCD is already a complete system, it may provide a nice
>> vantage point. I'd love to run DragonFly on my router :)
>> Cheers,
>> Jelle
> Yeah, the XORP Live CD is using NanoBSD
> https://github.com/greearb/xorp.ct/tree/master/other/LiveCD.

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