NVM Express 'wire' testing, two new Linux Mint 18.3 variants, HDR10 + open support for Amazon Video, Mir 0.29, and Nvidia GPU Inno3D mining card.
The unix system formerly known as PC-BSD, continues its "mission" for FreeBSD as a friend of ordinary people. The latest release has been focused on code cleaning and stabilization of important features such as OpenRC, system startup speeds, removable device management, SysAdm API integration, Lumina desktop enhancing,
New installation images are also available for server versions with a text installer, including support for virtualization systems (bhyve,…). Thanks to the FreeBSD server, you can also add to the list the OpenRC management and reporting with Sane, a reliable non-interactive update mechanism plus fail-safe boot, TrueOS server graphics management through SysAdm, LibreSSL as a base for SSL, etc. The system is also smaller by removing old versions of GCC (can be installed) and support for new graphics cards and chipsets (including Wi-Fi, ethernet, etc.).
Overall, support for OpenRC services is available for more than 1100 third-party packages. The creators also redesigned OpenRC for FreeBSD itself, making the system even faster. The base of the system (FreeBSD base) is based on version 12.0-CURRENT of December 4, 2017 (Github commit 209d01f), the ports are based on the version of November 30, the desktop Lumina then upgraded from 1.3.0 to 1.4.1, PCDM supports more concurrent graphic sessions. Integrated support for all major file systems (UFS, Ext, FAT, exFAT, NTFS,…).
NVM Express is a highly paralleled and significantly more flexible data transfer interface (especially when compared to the old AHCI hard drives) that we are actually finding in many SSDs. The roofing organization of the past month is preparing support for this protocol over longer distances. Conformity testing has recently been carried out within NVMe Plugfest at the University of New Hampshire Interoperability Laboratory at the turn of October and November.
It was the first such testing of the new part of NVM Express, including the use of RoCE (Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) over Converged Ethernet) and Fiber Channel. The output is 14 new certified products on NVMe Integrators list and one on NVMe-MI Integrators. Eight news appear on the new list of NVMe-oF Integrators (includes RoCE / Ethernet elements, Fiber Channel elements and software). Another NVMe Plugfest will be held in the spring of 2018.
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