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Saturday, February 23 • 1:20pm - 2:05pm
Lukáš Czerner - Local kernel file systems update

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This talk will give you and overview on what is currently cooking in local Linux file systems and what has been done in the recent past. With btrfs getting stabilized, xfs gaining more traction, ext4 improvements, new storage capabilities and file system requirements we are in the exciting new era where it might be hard to keep on track with the recent development. This talk should get you a picture on where are we heading to, get you familiar with the new features and capabilities and give you an idea how to use them correctly.


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Lukáš Czerner

Kernel 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 23, 2013 1:20pm - 2:05pm
#Lecture room D1

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