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Wednesday, May 29 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Introduction to ACPI-Based Memory Hot-Plug - Tang Chen, Fujitsu

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Topic: ACPI based memory hot-plug is a newly developed functionality, which is an important component of DP(Dynamic partition) functionality. It enables users to hot-plug memory device while the system is running. This presentation is focus on the contributions from Fujitsu developers, including:

  1. physical memory hot-remove
  2. movable_online functionality
  3. ovablemem_map boot option 

Audience: Anyone who is familiar with ACPI, memory management, NUMA architecture, device hot-plug, or who is interested in any area of above.

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Tang Chen

Linux engineer, Fujitsu
Biography: Tang Chen is a Linux kernel developer from Fujitsu, who has been contributing to Autotest, Libvirt, linux-pci, and linux-mm communities since 2010. Since last year, he has been focus on ACPI based device hot-plug development, also known as DP (Dynamic Partition).

Wednesday May 29, 2013 3:00pm - 3:50pm

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