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Development of memory hotplug which dynamically adds/removes physical memory device was started at 2003. At first, Linux supported memory hotadd feature at 2006. And at 2012, memory hotremove feature was started developing. For supporting memory hotremove feature, there are some problems that should be solved. In this session, I will talk about the problems, current status and future expectations.
The target audience of the talk are kernel developers and people interested in memory hotplug.
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