[ANNOUNCE] Pizza, BSD, & LVM Logical Volume Manager=TONITE(Wed)
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Wed Nov 11 15:07:45 CST 2015
Tonite is the monthly general mtng of SLUUG.
An old friend of ours - Jim Liengang of Strategic
Staffing, .. he will bring pizza for the tonight!! Come HUNGRY!
> And the tutorial/basic TONITE (Wed) is...
> <b> Introduction to BSD operating systems: </b> by Bryan Bilgere
> This is a quick introduction to some of the more popular BSD operating
> We will be discussing FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD and DragonFly BSD.
> Brian Bilgere has been working on Unix systems as a programmer, analyst,
> and manager since the 1980s. His greatest accomplishment is raising two
> wonderful kids. His son is a computer science student and his daughter is
> a Mechanical Engineering student. Both enjoy tech and love to build robots.
> Aside from computers, he enjoys hiking and camping.
> On 11/10/2015 11:25 AM, gary meyer wrote:
>> 2 months ago, we had a presentation on fixing a scary situation that
>> came on a particular LVM.
>> During that talk, it was suggested that perhaps we needed another talk
>> that took a broader picture of LVM in general. "Use cases", setup, "the
>> And so, Steve Lembark returns tomorrow nite (Wednesday) at Graybar
>> for the monthly general mtng of SLUUG.
>>> SLUUG St. Louis Unix Users Group -LVM Logical Volume Manager
>>> When: Wednesday, Nov 11, 2015
>>> Where: 11885 Lackland Road, Maryland Heights, MO 63146 (map <
>>> Description: VENUE Graybar Electric Co., Inc.
>> Seehttp://www.sluug.org/ <
>> MAIN: Putting the logic in LVM.
>> Sometimes LVM seems like an impenetrable wall of alphabet soup,
>>> other times water flows uphill. This talk covers the basics of what LVM is
>>> and how to apply it for small systems, hot backups, and dividing up wide
>>> open spaces.
>> Steven Lembark is a systems consultant at Workhorse Computing
>>> designing database, ETL, and virtual systems for startups. He learned LVM
>>> working in phone support at EDS and HP, talking SysAdmin's off eigth-story
>>> ledges after their disks crashed. Somewhere in all the confusion he
>>> actually learned how to make LVM work.
>> EVERY MONTH: Meetings are every 2nd Wednesday of the month *from 6:30PM
>>> to 9:00PM.* SLUUG is your forum for exchanging information about OPEN
>>> standards, OPEN systems, OPEN source, products, services and architectures.
>> We start the general meeting with a basic session, which may include
>>> either simple tutorials, displays of newly discovered web sites, command
>>> line wonders, demonstrations of useful applications, amazing graphical
>>> packages, major resolution of long standing anomalies, blinking lights, or
>>> quantum shifts in both time and space. Then we will have our usually quick
>>> welcome, introduction, administrative announcements, and a Call For Help -
>>> Questions and Answers Period. After all that, we ta...
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