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by Daniel Vetter
This talk covers the design of dma_buf as merged into Linux Kernel 3.3 and deep-dives into some of the technical issues that make buffer sharing non-trivial. It will also explore what's definitely still missing and look at what crazy stuff still might come to dma_buf in future.
The talk is about operating system virtualization technology known as OpenVZ. This is an effective way of partitioning a Linux machine into multiple isolated Linux containers. All containers are running on top of one single Linux kernel, which results in excellent density, performance and manageability.
4th–5th February 2012