Our focus is to provide free and open implementations of such storage systems for small and medium businesses as well as to offer range of GNU/Linux and free software related services.
Free and open source technologies provide number of strong advantages comparing to proprietary solutions.
We specialise on
- Custom RAID6 mdadm-based storage systems.
- GNU/Linux support.
- Zabbix monitoring.
- Perl development.
Zabbix Java Gateway in Debian
Location of Zabbix Server
UnixODBC and MS-SQL to MySQL data conversion
Announcement: new major release of Zabbix
CUPS: no printer driver ‒ no problem
ext4: external journal rootFS caveat
News: announcing partnership with Zabbix
SSD caching: don't get too excited.
File systems and data corruption
Btrfs: still promising file system
SSD as caching device: bcache, flashcache, enchanceio, btier
RAID-5 considered harmful
XFS: quick review
ext4: external journal caveats
ext4: using external journal to optimise performance
ext4: quick review
HP Smart Array P410i / HP ProLiant DL380 G7
Hardware RAID disadvantages
Australian business invoicing with Gnucash
NILFS2: quick review
Btrfs: first try
AHCI and system's stability