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A Malaysian IT site known as ComputerWorld Malaysia is reporting that Sun is donating storage code to OpenSolaris.org. The first bits of Sun code for their storage technology getting out is the Zettabyte File System, Network File System v4.1, and YANFS. Sun Microsystems also plans on donating code from the StorageTek QFS shared file system, StorageTek Storage Archive Manager, and StorageTek 5800 client interfaces and simulator/server. QLogic will also be donating code from its HBA Fibre Channel storage products for the OpenSolaris movement.