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Monday, October 26 • 3:20pm - 4:10pm
CIFSSRV: In-kernel CIFS Server - Namjae Jeon, Samsung

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The requirement about network filesystem is growing as network capable device are gradually spreading, file sharing between devices is becoming to increasingly important and un-ignorable. So, CIFS/SMB Server In-kernel is the best place if we consider optimized performance and smb features that only possible to implement in kernel. This talk will introduce the new In-Kernel CIFS Server for linux kernel. 

To understand our project, complete SMB history, protocol as well as CIFSSRV's architecture will be focused. To begin with, consideration will be about what is the difference with SAMBA and discuss upon adv/disadvantage when moving SMB server to kernel.
Further will move on to explain what CIFSSRV can do things samba can't do as in-kernel server and will share the performance gain and current status like stability and compatibility. And at last the future plans to add support for new SMB version and features will be introduced.


Namjae Jeon

I am Namjae Jeon and I am working for samsung VD division. I am currently in-charge of linux filesystem in kernel team. I developed flash driver like OneNAND, SLC/MLC pure nand to control in the past before moving onto filesystems, So I started to do opensource community behaivor for flash driver like eMMC, UFS. And I have contributed numerous patches for filesystems like Ext4, XFS, f2fs, fat, writeback, UDF etc. and also have the ownership to... Read More →

Monday October 26, 2015 3:20pm - 4:10pm
Park Ballroom 3

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