So, if one didn't value ones sanity and wanted to learn about the #OpenBSD buffer cache and VFS layers, what would be good to read as a primer?
I know the "Design and Implementation of 4.3/4.4 BSD" exists along with a recent update describing FreeBSD. I just figure this theoretical person wouldn't want to read stuff completely unlike the current state of OpenBSD if it won't be helpful.
Any suggestions? For books or alcohol?
@kurtm check out the source tree and dig into the kernel code itself, using the 4.4/4.3 bsd book for help with specific internals
@kurtm double down on the vyvanse, theo's code is...interesting.