OpenZFS Developer Summit

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The OpenZFS Developer Summit was held November 18-19, 2013. The goals of the event were:

  • to foster cross-platform community discussions of OpenZFS work
  • to make progress on some of the projects proposed for this community.

Video recordings of the presentations are in the OpenZFS channel on YouTube.

Participant Survey: Please complete by December 6 end of day.

Topics that were discussed

Title Speaker Slides Video
Introduction Matt Ahrens slides video
Platform Panel Brian Behlendorf, Jorgen Lundman, Chris Siden, Xin Li - video
Platform-independent code repository Matt Ahrens slides video
Storage Tiering Boris Protopopov slides video
Vendor Lightning Talks Many - video
Community Planning Karyn Ritter slides video
Channel Programs Chris Siden, Max Grossman slides video
Test Coverage John Kennedy slides video
Performance Investigation Adam Leventhal slides video
Performance on full & fragmented pools George Wilson - video
Scalability Kirill Davydychev - video
Virtual Memory Interactions Brian Behlendorf - video
Multi Tenancy Rob Mustacchi - video
Examining On-disk Format Max Bruning - video

Hackathon projects

These projects were worked on at the hackathon:

  • Testrunner suite running on other platforms: linux, freebsd (+ illumos libzpool)
  • channel programs: pass instruction stream into kernel
  • ZFS send progress reporting with "set proc title"
  • dedicated kmem_cache for dedup table entries
  • larger (1MB) blocksize
  • compressed ARC
  • upstreaming dbuf_user & dbuf state machine (spectra DMU changes)
  • limit DDT size
  • onexit for osx

Event Planning Info

See OpenZFS Developer Summit 2013 planning