George Rosamond | 30 Jun 05:37 2015

[talk] NYC*BUG July 1: Precision Time Protocol

July 1, Wednesday
Staying in sync with the Precision Time Protocol, Steven Kreuzer
18:45, Stone Creek Bar & Lounge: 140 E 27th St

Abstract

Getting clocks to agree on the time is tricky. Getting them to agree on
the time better than 100 nanoseconds is even trickier.

In this talk I will provide an introduction to the basic principles of
the Precision Time Protocol (PTP) and how it can be used to precisely
synchronize computers over a LAN.

Speaker Bio

Battling to keep unreliable clocks in sync, Steven is a system
administrator who has gained an appreciation for the art and science of
timekeeping. He lives in Queens, NY with his wife and dog.

George Rosamond | 30 Jun 05:37 2015

[talk] NYC*BUG July 1: Precision Time Protocol

July 1, Wednesday
Staying in sync with the Precision Time Protocol, Steven Kreuzer
18:45, Stone Creek Bar & Lounge: 140 E 27th St

Abstract

Getting clocks to agree on the time is tricky. Getting them to agree on
the time better than 100 nanoseconds is even trickier.

In this talk I will provide an introduction to the basic principles of
the Precision Time Protocol (PTP) and how it can be used to precisely
synchronize computers over a LAN.

Speaker Bio

Battling to keep unreliable clocks in sync, Steven is a system
administrator who has gained an appreciation for the art and science of
timekeeping. He lives in Queens, NY with his wife and dog.

Mark Saad | 29 Jun 20:00 2015

[talk] FreeBSD Netmap

Hi Talk
 Has anyone played with netmap enabled libpcap and tcpdump ?
I am wondering how I can confirm that I am actually dumping with the
accelerated bits  ? Is there something I should be looking for ?

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George Rosamond | 27 Jun 03:23 2015

[talk] NYC*BUG Wed July 1: Precision Time Protocol with Steve K

July 1, Wednesday
Staying in sync with the Precision Time Protocol, Steven Kreuzer
18:45, Stone Creek Bar & Lounge: 140 E 27th St

Abstract

Getting clocks to agree on the time is tricky. Getting them to agree on
the time better than 100 nanoseconds is even trickier.

In this talk I will provide an introduction to the basic principles of
the Precision Time Protocol (PTP) and how it can be used to precisely
synchronize computers over a LAN.

Speaker Bio

Battling to keep unreliable clocks in sync, Steven is a system
administrator who has gained an appreciation for the art and science of
timekeeping. He lives in Queens, NY with his wife and dog.

Izaac | 24 Jun 22:23 2015

[talk] Free Hardware: 3x IBM eServer 325 and 2x SunFIRE V100

These machines are located in rack at NYI.  Would you like them?
They're yours for free if you want to go rack-to-rack or can take them
away.

http://public.dhe.ibm.com/systems/support/system_x_pdf/e325spec.pdf

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19088-01/v100.srvr/816-2756-10/816-2756-10.pdf

(There's also a fourth e325 which I haven't repaired (simple button
sheered off the front bezel board but I'm too lazy to solder it) which
is an otherwise complete system that can be scrounged for spares.)

All are presently running NetBSD.  But I need the rack space for a
thumper.

Email me privately to get my attention.

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N.J. Thomas | 21 Jun 01:54 2015

[talk] BSDCan slides for "Building BUGs"

hi Brian/George:

Was your presentation recorded, or have any slides? I don't see any
links on the event page: 

    https://www.bsdcan.org/2015/schedule/events/600.en.html

thanks,
Thomas

Brian Callahan | 19 Jun 01:49 2015
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[talk] NYC*BUG TOMORROW: Party for Ingo at Stone Creek, 7PM

Hi all --

We're throwing Ingo a party tomorrow night at Stone Creek at 7PM. Come
say hi!
140 East 27th Street
between Third & Lexington avenues

~Brian

George Rosamond | 17 Jun 20:30 2015

[talk] summer internships

I know some high school students interested in doing summer
technology-related internships in NYC.

If anyone has anything available, ping me off list.  I think the jobs
list might also be appropriate for publicizing.

g

George Rosamond | 17 Jun 17:13 2015

[talk] RSVP Today by 3 PM!

For Ingo's mandoc meeting for Thursday, it is vital that everyone RSVPs
to rsvp at lists dot nycbug dot org by 3 PM today.

Note that we will be assembling at Stone Creek Friday around 7 PM at the
bar to informally hang out with Ingo.

For the Thursday meeting please note the following:

* 101 Avenue of the Americas, 23rd floor.

* All guests must be pre-registered with their legal first and last name.

* Guests will only be admitted into the building in the 15 minutes
before and 15 minutes after the event's listed start time. All guests
must leave the building within 30 minutes of the event's end time.

Isaac (.ike) Levy | 17 Jun 15:07 2015
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[talk] A long but fun read

Someone forwarded this to me, it's filled with fun fundamentals:

http://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/2015-paul-ford-what-is-code/

Best,
.ike

Mark Saad | 17 Jun 00:35 2015

[talk] Trill

All
  I was wondering if anyone out here is working with trill via opentrill or some other portable solution ? On a
related note I am looking for a way to build a graph database of  what a trill topology would discover . The
idea being that trill and related tech works for the network layer , but it need a visual layer to complement
this data for various visualization projects . 

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Mark Saad | mark.saad <at> ymail.com

Gmane