Linux Filesystem, Storage and Memory Summit
By Lenz Grimmer on Apr 18, 2011
Chris Mason, Chuck Lever, Martin Petersen and Dan Magenheimer from the Oracle Linux engineering team attended the Linux Filesystem, Storage, and Memory Management Summit in San Francisco earlier this month.
Oracle is actively involved in several of the projects under discussion there and they participated in discussions involving the most pressing challenges facing Linux-based storage today. Topics ranged from getting Linux developers more involved in the hard drive industry to handling low-end flash cards to moving implementations of distributed and cluster file systems forward on Linux.
For a more detailed report on the summit, see the excellent coverage on LWN:
- Linux Filesystem, Storage, and Memory Management Summit, Day 1
- Future storage technologies and Linux
- Linux Filesystem, Storage, and Memory Management Summit, Day 2