May 2014 Meeting Recap

Members of the San Diego chapter of the League of Professional System Administrators took to the Atrium at Websense in Sorrento Valley for the May meeting and presentation. Pizza from BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse was provided by Bert Shure of Advanced System Group. During the dinner break, there was some discussion about the optimal queuing method for pizza. Very important stuff, Pizza Queuing Theory.

Peter Ashford presented a talk on ZFS Performance Tuning. This was a deep dive into the ZFS internals and not for the faint of heart. Many attendees are already running ZFS in production, still others were completely new to the topic. That’s okay, because everyone was able to take something useful away from the presentation. Based on the lively discussion at the end, the presentation was well received by those in attendance.

Peter has made his presentation materials available online.

Our next meeting is scheduled, as always, for the fourth Thursday of the month. Specifically, June 26, 2014, at 6:00 PM. As of this writing, the location and presentation topic are up in the air. If anyone would like to suggest something for either, please feel free to leave a comment.

Until then, please keep in touch, or make suggestions, on our mailing list or in #lopsa-sd on the Freenode IRC network.

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