Selected Sun product conversations in blogosphere last week:
My Development Environment
From A Messy Desk, 6/4
Getting Hardware Sensor Readings
- Notes From A Messy Desk, 6/3
Graeme discusses configuration
of Solaris for testing and all posted a discussion describing hardware
sensor readings on Thumper.
Leopard Use Sun's ZFS File System?
- Meandering Passage, 6/6
Earl discusses whether or not
Apple will use Sun's ZFS file system, which he calls "a high capacity
modern file system that is built on top of virtual storage pools."
Zones And Routing Behaviour
Xavier comments on how zones is
"one of the greatest features of Solaris 10 introduced," and
goes on to discuss an issue with configuring a load-balancer in
First Bug In OpenSolaris
Durga mentions a recent bug found
in OpenSolaris and comments on the Sun Security Coordination Team's
that the bug had been found internally.
- Cypro's Telephony,
Commenting on the recent release of
Sun Studio 12, Cypro says, "Finally we have a great IDE with
all the required tools for Solaris and Linux than can compete with
other IDE hat is there."
6.0 Preview: I Tried It...
Mathias writes his impression
of the latest NetBeans 6.0 preview and highlights how the interface is
friendly and the editor is fast and easy to use.
Got Two Free Sun SPOT Java Development Kits (value $550) For the ZDNet
- ZDNet, David
As part of ZDNet's Deputy Tester of
the Week program, David offers up two Sun SPOT kits and
the unique features of the "tiny, wireless Java Virtual Machine-based
Business Need With The Datacenter Power Issues
- Blade Watch, 6/5
Hours Free Grid @ Network.com
- Blade Watch, 6/5
ILO In Sun Server
Martin comments on a recent Sun
customer's question about the Sun equivalent to HP ILOs and links to
on several Sun Web sites. He/she also highlights Sun grid site, where
can pay $1 per cpu hour to use the Sun grid, and encourages blog
to check out the site. In another post, this blogger discusses how low
energy servers, like Sun's T1000 and T2000 servers, can provide lower