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+ - Cyanogenmod.com domain hijacked by a former developer->

Submitted by fiji
fiji (4544) writes "The cyanogenmod.com domain has been taken over by a former developer. After making referral deals that he was not authorized to make, the developer was confronted by other members of the team. The fallout is that the main cyanogenmod domain has fallen off the net. For the time being, see cyanogenmod.org."
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Comment: Re:Not ZFS? (Score 1) 487

by fiji (#29288579) Attached to: Build Your Own $2.8M Petabyte Disk Array For $117k

The explicitly mentioned mdadm so they are not using the "raid" on the cards (anyway, at that price it almost always is software raid implemented in the driver).

With the linux md software raid you can kick off background scans. Read the md(4) man page and linux/Documentation/md.txt for the gory details. There is a lot of good stuff in there.

I love Linux software raid. It has been fast and robust.

The number of UNIX installations has grown to 10, with more expected. -- The Unix Programmer's Manual, 2nd Edition, June 1972

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