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OpenZFS Developer Summit Introduction

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Introductory session at the 2013 OpenZFS Developer Summit, November 18 2013 …

Introductory session at the 2013 OpenZFS Developer Summit, November 18 2013
http://www.open-zfs.org/wiki/OpenZFS_Developer_Summit

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  • 1. Developer Summit 2013
  • 2. Thank You Sponsors! breakfast, lunch, coffee, beer, T-shirts, space, video recording
  • 3. Introductions display previous slide
  • 4. Why OpenZFS? ● Raise awareness ○ open-source ZFS is awesome! ● Ensure continued improvements to ZFS are available on all platforms ● Encourage collaboration ○ lots of smart people are working on ZFS Avoid fragmentation, duplicated effort, stagnation.
  • 5. State of OpenZFS In the past 3 months: ● Website launch ○ ○ ○ ○ >50,000 unique visitors social & traditional media coverage Edited by dozens of people Wikipedia article, 1st page of google(“zfs”) ● Office Hours ○ >20 live participants; >800 subsequent views ● Talks at 5 conferences by 4 different people ○ reaching total of >300 people ● Developer Summit
  • 6. Schedule Monday ● Introductions ● Discussion sessions & presentations (~6 hrs) ○ Lunch; morning & afternoon coffee breaks ● (5:45pm) Beer bash & dinner (on-site) Tuesday ● (9:30am) Hackathon ● (5:00pm) Hackathon presentations ● (6:16pm) Optional dinner nearby
  • 7. Hackathon Work in small teams (2-4 people) Work with people you don’t usually Work on subject area you don’t usually Start a project and have something, however small, to show at the end of the day ● Several ideas on DevSummit page ● Day will begin with idea presentations + group formation ● ● ● ●
  • 8. Discussion Priorities ● OpenZFS Code Repository ○ what code, how to manage, how to get there ● Report work in progress, get input ● Gather requirements for future projects
  • 9. Topics (1 of 2) ● OpenZFS code repository (Matt Ahrens) ○ porting reports ● Fragmented performance (George Wilson) ● Portable FMA work-alike (Brian Behlendorf) ○ & spares in general ● ● ● ● Community organization (Karyn Ritter) Storage tiering (Boris Protopopov) Performance investigation (Adam Leventhal) Channel Programs (Chris S. & Max G.)
  • 10. Topics (2 of 2) ● ● ● ● ● Testing & testrunner suite (John Kennedy) Scalability issues (Kirill Davydychev) What we’re doing with ZFS (several people) Multi-tennant ZFS (Rob M) Interactions w/VM subsystem (Jorgen, Brian) ● Examining on-disk format w/mdb (Max B.) ● xattr performance (Prakash S)

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