Illumos-compatible RECORD DVR executable?

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Illumos-compatible RECORD DVR executable?

Post by averyfreeman » Mon Jul 08, 2019 8:46 am

Hi,

Just wondering if it would be trivial enough to compile a version of RECORD for Illumos-based OS? OmniOS, OpenIndiana, SmartOS, etc.

They make a mean file server.

Thanks :D

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Re: Illumos-compatible RECORD DVR executable?

Post by gtb » Mon Jul 08, 2019 11:26 am

averyfreeman wrote:
Mon Jul 08, 2019 8:46 am
Hi,

Just wondering if it would be trivial enough to compile a version of RECORD for Illumos-based OS? OmniOS, OpenIndiana, SmartOS, etc.

They make a mean file server.

Thanks :D
Have you tried to run the linux executable in a LX (linux) zone? *Might* just work.

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Re: Illumos-compatible RECORD DVR executable?

Post by averyfreeman » Mon Jul 08, 2019 6:52 pm

gtb wrote:
Mon Jul 08, 2019 11:26 am
averyfreeman wrote:
Mon Jul 08, 2019 8:46 am
Hi,

Just wondering if it would be trivial enough to compile a version of RECORD for Illumos-based OS? OmniOS, OpenIndiana, SmartOS, etc.

They make a mean file server.

Thanks :D
Have you tried to run the linux executable in a LX (linux) zone? *Might* just work.
lxzones are complicated by the fact that I'm running OmniOS under ESXi, it complains whenever I reset it (which is almost never because it's so freaking stable) that the "processor" doesn't have vt-x required for virtualization.

I'm only asking because there's a slight chance it might be a trivial undertaking to add another similar OS to the compile list. If not, probably more trouble that it's worth to use an lxzone because I have it working in FreeBSD using an NFS share using vmxnet3 between VMs.

Good idea for someone running it bare-metal though. Thanks :D

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