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Wednesday, March 11 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
NFSv4.2 and Beyond - J. Bruce Fields, Red Hat

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NFSv4 is now default in recent linux distributions and provides a platform for further protocol extensions. Among other features that have recently arrived or are in progress:
  • improvements useful for storage of VM images, including sparse file support, server-side copy, and labeled (selinux-enabled) NFS.
  • features which abstract the location of data, such as pNFS and fedfs.
We'll also discuss the protocol development process and possible future directions.


J. Bruce Fields

J. Bruce Fields is a developer on Red Hat's Red Hat NFS team, the maintainer of the Linux kernel NFS server, a contributor to the IETF's NFSv4 working group, and was previously a member of the University of Michigan team that wrote the first NFSv4 Linux implementation.

Wednesday March 11, 2015 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Studio 3