|How-Tos and Tutorials|
| Build an m2 Anvil!
How to build an Anvil!
The Open Source, Intelligent Availability Server Platform.
| Anvil! Tutorial 2 - Growing Storage
How to add physical storage to an Anvil! system.
| AN!Cluster Tutorial 2|
Deprecated: How to build an Anvil!
The Open Source, Highly Availability Virtual Machine Platform. using RHEL 6 / RHCS 3 and DRBD
| OpenVPN Server on EL6
Configuring an OpenVPN server on EL6 servers.
| Setting Up a PXE Server on an RPM-based OS
Useful in hosting clustered VMs.
| Changing the ethX to Ethernet Device Mapping in|
Changing network device names in:
EL7 and Fedora 15+,
EL6 and Fedora 12 to 14 and
EL5 and Fedora 11-.
| Net::DBus Binding Tutorial
Introduction to using DBus in perl.
| Shorewall 5 on EL7
Firewall setup using Shorewall.
A collection of short tutorials.
|Talks and Papers|
| An Introduction to Clustering
Building a 2-Node Cluster That Solves More Problems Than it Introduces
May 11, 2010
| An Introduction Perl Modules
Writing Perl Modules
An upcoming introduction to writing Perl Modules
October 29, 2009
| An Introduction to 'D-Bus' in Perl|
Using Perl and the Net::D-Bus Bindings Module
August 28, 2008
| TLE-BU (2005)
One Year Later
A talk on the evolution of the TLE-BU open source backup software
October 11, 2005
| TLE-BU (2004)
Open Source, Web-Based Backup Software
Introducing the first version of the TLE-BU open source backup software
October 12, 2004
Firewalling and Routing with Linux
An introduction to firewalling and routing with IPTables
March 11, 2004
| Storage Technologies and Theory
Covers disk storage, RAID and loose marketting
May 14, 2002
| Node Assassin
Open hardware, open source 4 node, ~$150 cluster fence device.
This has been an ongoing project since 2006. Fairly inactive of late.
An attempt to catalog and document every disk file system.
|The usual stuff|
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