Do-it-yourself Kernel Development Preso

Russ Blaine gave this presentation to the ACM student chapter at Northeastern University. The first part of the presentation describes (in seat gripping detail) our adventures in root causing a \*very\* recent bug:

6348316 cyclic subsystem baffled by x86 softint behavior

It's a nice ride, with lots of sights along the way...the cyclic subsystem, device configuration, autovectored interrupts, and more... The second part of the presentation, is essentially the same as the OpenSolaris presentation Steve presented at UCSD last week, and the last part talks about why the Solaris Kernel Group is such a great place to work, who should work for us, and why.
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Thanks for dropping by Mike. :)

Posted by Eric Saxe on June 15, 2006 at 02:41 PM PDT #

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