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Saturday, February 8 • 09:50 - 10:30
Advanced Features of File System and Storage

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While everybody is still excited about btrfs, eagerly awaiting it's readiness for production, other local file systems are implementing some of the advanced features required by production while also trying to cope with new Storage capabilities.

In this talk I would like discuss some of the interesting new features recently implemented or still in development in our most important local file systems in Linux kernel. Give some examples and describe how can we benefit from it even more when taking advantage of storage capabilities. And also how to improve support for advanced types of storage from within
the file systems.

In short I'll try to touch topics regarding data and metadata checksumming, file level and block level snapshotting, thin provisioning, user-guided allocation and possibly some of the newer types of storage such as non-volatile memory or hybrid drives.

Speakers
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Lukas Czerner

Software Engineer, Red Hat
Lukas is one of the core ext4 developers employed by Red Hat, Inc located in Czech Republic. He is actively working on improving the ext4 file systems as well as other local Linux file systems and its user space utilities. He is active member of Linux kernel community participating on many conferences and kernel developers encounters world wide.


Saturday February 8, 2014 09:50 - 10:30
Lecture room D1

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