Connectathon Talks 2016






Tuesday, March 01, 2016

2-3pm

virtio-vsock: Zero-configuration host/guest Communication and NFS - Stefan Hajnoczi, RedHat

Stefan will discuss VSOCK (Virtual Machine Communication Interface sockets) for communication between virtual machines and hosts, and potential use of NFS over them.

3-3:40pm

NFSv4 WG State of the Union – Chuck Lever, Oracle

Chuck summarizes the year in NFS standards. He'll go over newly-published RFCs, the status of current working group documents, and personal drafts that are in play.

3:40-4pm

BOF: NFS testing




Thursday, March 03, 2016

2-2:30pm

State of Linux NFS/RDMA Server and Client - Chuck Lever, Oracle

Chuck will report on the current quality of the NFS/RDMA implementation in upstream Linux. Both the client and the server implementation will be discussed.

2:30-3:30pm

BOF: NFS over RDMA


3:30-4pm

RPCSEC_GSSv3 update – Andy Adamson

Andy (presenting over Webex) will discuss the latest happenings with RPCSEC_GSSv3

3:30-4pm

Allowing inheritable NFSv4 ACLs to override the umask – Bruce Fields

In some environments, inheritable NFSv4 ACLs can be rendered
ineffective by the application of the per-process umask. This is easily
worked around by transmitting the umask and create mode separately to
allow servers to make more intelligent decisions about the new mode on a
file.

4-4:30pm

RGW-NFS:  An NFSv4 View of Ceph S3 Objects – Matt Benjamin, Red Hat


Matt will discuss efforts to unify NFSv4 and S3 object namespaces, including the currently-expired NFSv4 Pathless Objects WG draft (Dipankar Roy) and the NFS-Ganesha-based NFS namespace translator being introduced in Ceph's object storage system.