Introduction to the Linux Block I/O Layer
from SUSE Labs
Kernel developer working in the SUSE Labs, primarily on the SCSI and NVMe side of things.
In the last years the kernel's block I/O layer has been subject to quite some substantial changes. Ever increasing IOPS rates delivered by Flash based storage and high end SAN infrastructures demanded a refactoring of the I/O layer towards a lockless, multicore utilizing design.
This talk will give a short introduction to both, the classic block layer and the so called multi queue block layer.
- 2016 June 22 - 11:30
- 30 min
- openSUSE Conference 2016
- SUSE Labs Summit
- IndieWeb Hack Day Nuremberg 2016
- Start Time:
- 2016 June 22 10:00
- Seminarraum 1