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Revision as of 15:58, 7 October 2020
Welcome to OpenZFS
The 2020 OpenZFS Developer Conference is being held October 6-7 (Tue-Wed), as an online conference.
The conference will resume at 9:00 AM Pacific Time Wednesday
Tuesday Schedule (Pacific Time)
|9:00 - 9:20||State of OpenZFS||Matt Ahrens||Delphix||Slides|
|9:20 - 9:40||ZFS Caching: How Big Is the ARC?||George Wilson||Delphix||Slides|
|9:40 - 10:00||Persistent L2ARC||George Amanakis||Independent||Slides|
|10:00 - 10:20||BREAK / BREAKOUT sessions|
|10:20 - 11:00||ZIL Performance Improvements for Fast Media||Saji Nair||Nutanix||Slides|
|11:00 - 11:20||BREAK / BREAKOUT sessions|
|11:20 - 11:40||Sequential Reconstruction||Mark Maybee||Cray||Slides|
|11:40 - 12:20||dRAID, Finally!||Mark Maybee||Cray||Slides|
|12:20 - 1:20||LUNCH / BREAKOUT sessions|
|1:20 - 2:00||Send/Receive Performance Enhancements||Matt Ahrens||Delphix||Slides|
|2:00 - 2:20||BREAK / BREAKOUT sessions|
|2:20 - 2:40||Improving “zfs diff” performance with reverse-name lookup||Sanjeev Bagewadi & David Chen||Nutanix||Slides|
|2:40 - 3:00||Performance Troubleshooting Tools||Gaurav Kumar||Nutanix||Slides|
|3:00 - 3:10||Closing||Matt Ahrens||Delphix|
|3:10 - 4:10||hang out||everyone|
Wednesday Schedule (Pacific Time)
|9:00 - 9:10||Intro||Matt Ahrens||Delphix|
|9:10 - 9:30||File Cloning with Block Reference Table||Pawel Dawidek||Fudo Security|
|9:30 - 9:40||Default-Compatible Pool Features||Josh Paetzel||Panzura|
|9:40 - 10:10||Additional pitches||TBD day-of|
|10:10 - 4:00||hacking!||everyone|
|4:00 - 5:00||Hacking presentations, voting & awards||everyone|
|5:00 - 6:00||hang out||everyone|
Thanks to our Sponsors!
OpenZFS brings together developers and users from various open-source forks of the original ZFS on different platforms and we're always looking to grow our community. There are a multitude of ways to contribute to the project and contributors are happy to help newcomers. As we add diverse perspectives, our community becomes richer, and we're committed to creating an environment where all people feel welcome. Information for new contributors is available here.
Primary activities of the community include:
- Group discussions in the openzfs slack group (openzfs.slack.com) <== instructions for joining
- Monthly Leadership Team Meeting
- Annual OpenZFS Developer Summit
- Individual and company presentations around the world promoting OpenZFS
- Reduce platform differences (see ongoing project spreadsheet)
OpenZFS is an associated project of SPI (Software in the Public Interest). SPI is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization which handles our donations, finances, and legal holdings. You can donate to OpenZFS using the link below:
OpenZFS was announced in September 2013 as the truly open source successor to the ZFS project. Our community brings together developers from the illumos, FreeBSD, Linux, macOS, NetBSD, and Windows platforms, and a wide range of companies that build products on top of OpenZFS.
OpenZFS is an outstanding storage platform that encompasses the functionality of traditional filesystems, volume managers, and more, with consistent reliability, functionality, and performance across all distributions:
|ZoF – ZFS on FreeBSD||Webpage||GitHub|
|ZoL – ZFS on Linux||Webpage||GitHub|
|OpenZFS on macOS||Webpage||GitHub|
|OpenZFS on Windows||Webpage||GitHub|
The high-level goals of OpenZFS are to:
- raise awareness of the quality, utility, and availability of open source implementations of ZFS,
- encourage open communication about ongoing efforts to improve open source ZFS, and
- ensure consistent reliability, functionality, and performance of all distributions of ZFS.
The main technical goal of OpenZFS is easier sharing of code between platforms.
We accept donations to cover our ongoing costs.
OpenZFS is an associated project of SPI (Software in the Public Interest). SPI is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization which handles our donations, finances, and legal holdings. You can donate through paypal using the link below: