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While working on the DTrace probes for the Erlang R15 release (which I’ve blogged about earlier this month), I discovered that the build recipe for FreeBSD 9.0 was broken. Oh no, my favorite OS doesn’t work, sound the alarm! FreeBSD … Continue reading
As mentioned in my previous posting, DTrace and Erlang: a status report, it’s also possible to use Linux’s SystemTap to watch the inner workings of the Erlang virtual machine. This is possible via a DTrace compatibility layer built in to SystemTap. In theory, any Linux … Continue reading
This article on Oct 25th mentions Hibari in the “Erlang” section. As a Basho guy nowadays, I’m very slightly sad that the author didn’t also mention Riak, but as a Hibari fan, I’m quite happy. Seven Programming Languages on the Rise: From … Continue reading
The following is based on a message that I’d sent a few weeks ago to the hibari-questions-en mailing list over at SourceForge. Since then, I’ve streamlined things slightly and added instructions on how to set up a CentOS 5 (inside … Continue reading
Howdy, all. I’ve written a first draft of a basho_bench driver for Hibari. Instructions on how to use it follow. NOTE: You’ll need Git and Mercurial in order to check out the basho_bench source. You’ll also need the (very cool) … Continue reading
September 30th is quickly approaching. The 2010 ACM Erlang Workshop will be held on 9/30 in Baltimore, Maryland, not too far from Washington, DC. There are plenty of seats still available, so make your registration and travel plans now. :-) … Continue reading
I’ll be giving a presentation about Hibari to the Chicago Erlang User Group (and hopefully some ChicagoDB folks) on Wednesday, 25 August, 2010 at 6pm. Orbitz will be hosting the event, please see the CEUG event at MeetUp for more … Continue reading
It was difficult to leave Gemini, a decision that I’d made back in May. I didn’t know if this day would arrive: would Gemini proceed with its plans to release the core of Hibari publicly? Once I was on the … Continue reading
I don’t have any big news yet to announce regarding Hibari (Gemini link). We’re still waiting on some negotiations to finish before making a big public announcement. That announcement is planned for mid-May. That’s still the goal, though it may … Continue reading