[Ksummit-2013-discuss] [ATTEND] Linux VM Infrastructure to support physical removal of NUMA/memory
laijs at cn.fujitsu.com
Tue Jul 30 02:44:30 UTC 2013
I would like to attend this year's Kernel Summit.
My teem have been working on developing Linux numa/memory infrastructure
to support MOVABLE memory which allow us to remove the memory in physical way.
(not just logically only remove them)
This feature is needed for
1) Power saving. (The topic of Srivatsa S. Bhat)
2) load balancing
3) High available
I hope to discuss the current obstructions of current MM and how to design
the infrastructure, and the future of the VM Infrastructure.
The configuration way for the movable memory is still in debate.
I want to know which configuration method do the MM/arch maintainers,
distributions maintainers, and system managers like most.
Movable memory would be the hot topic since the memory is bigger and bigger
in nowdays/future. So I would like to attend and discuss the topic.
Thank you very much.
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