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The 2014 Linux Filesystem, Storage, and Memory Management Summit

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By Jonathan Corbet
March 26, 2014
2014 LSFMM Summit
The 2014 Linux Storage, Filesystem, and Memory Management Summit was held March 24 and 25 in Napa, California. Nearly 90 developers met to discuss many issues of interest to the core kernel community; it is one of the most focused and technical events on the calendar. Naturally, LWN was there; articles documenting the discussions held there will be added to this page as they become available.

Plenary sessions

Many of the topics to be discussed were deemed to be relevant to all three groups of developers at the event. Those topics include:

The memory management track

There were a number of topics discussed in a smaller setting involving just those developers who are interested in memory management issues:

The storage and filesystem track

For the most part, the storage and filesystem developers had joint sessions, though there is one exception. Here is what was discussed:

Filesystem-only track

There were also two storage-only track sessions, but those got wrapped up into articles above. Here is what the filesystem developers discussed:

Group photo

The traditional group photo was a somewhat disorganized affair. Your editor apologizes to everybody who is not visible in this picture.

[LSFMM group photo]

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The 2014 Linux Filesystem, Storage, and Memory Management Summit

Posted Mar 27, 2014 23:17 UTC (Thu) by PaulWay (subscriber, #45600) [Link]

Excellent coverage throughout! Paid for my LWN subscription right there.

Great work, LWN team.

Paul


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