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  • Stephensrob1
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    stephensrob1
    Member Since:
    February 2013
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stephensrob1's Projects

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    ips
    Tags:
    ips, solaris, python, pkg5
    Members:
    81

    The Image Packaging System, or IPS, is the software lifecycle management system for Solaris 11 and newer.

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    openstack
    Tags:
    openstack, cloud
    Members:
    39

    Development of OpenStack support for Solaris Virtualization Technologies, support for the OpenStack Services to run and be hosted from Solaris, and integration of all the above into the Solaris product.

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    solaris
    Tags:
    solaris, userland, foss, ips, desktop, dtrace, chime, x11, zfs, zones
    Members:
    51

    Solaris Development Portal. General information about Solaris development with pointers to specific Solaris development projects.

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    solaris-userland
    Tags:
    userland, solaris, opensource, foss, build
    Members:
    63

    This project incorporates open source software in Solaris using a gmake(1) based build system to drive building various open source software components.

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    solaris-zfs
    Tags:
    solaris, zfs, filesystem
    Members:
    357

    This project provides community information and discussion for the ZFS file system.

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    solaris-x11
    Tags:
    solaris, x11, desktop
    Members:
    15

    This project provides the Solaris build and packaging of the X Window System — the glue that holds together the desktop on Unix and Linux systems. X provides the layer between the hardware devices and the desktops such as GNOME and KDE.

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    libmicro
    Tags:
    solaris, performance, benchmarking, linux
    Members:
    19

    LibMicro is a portable set of microbenchmarks that many Solaris engineers used during Solaris 10 development to measure the performance of various system and library calls. LibMicro was developed by Bart Smaalders and Phil Harman as part of their If Linux is faster it's a Solaris bug performance campaign. LibMicro is Open Source and uses the CDDL license.

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