On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 5:50 AM, Zenny <firstname.lastname@example.org
> I am pretty new to Dragonfly or BSD world. HammerFS seems to be very
> innovative. Thanks to Matt and team for their hard work.
> I would like to do something with Hammer+UFS like the following,
> inspired by Paul's work
), but could not
> figure out exactly:
> 1) Creation of a server with a jail with minimal downtime as offered
> by nanobsd scripts in FreeBSD. Two failover kernels. Is there such
> scripts for DragonflyBSD?
> 2) I want to have the minimal boot (ro UFS) and configurations like
> that of the nanobsd image on a compact flash while the entire root and
> data in an array of HDDs (at least 4) with of course an SSD for
> swapcache. The latter could be Hammer to avoid softraid.
> 3) All HDDs should be encrypted with AES256 (I could not find whether
> DragonflyBSD supports that), and accessible either in the /boot of CF
> or somewhere else (could be ssh tunneled from another network).
> 4) I could not figure out the features of jail available for
> DragonflyBSD. FreeBSD-9-CURRENT has the resource containers
). Are they
> applicable in DragonflyBSD's case.
> 5) Is there any way that the two similar servers in two different
> locations can securely mirror for failover as well as load-balancing?
> Appreciate your thoughtful inputs! Apology in advance if my post above
> appears to be pretty naive. Thanks in advance to the entire DF
> community and developers!