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Thursday, July 14 • 16:50 - 17:30
Efficient Kernel Backporting - Alex Shi, Linaro

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In computer/mobile product world, due to the stability, project timeline, etc considerations, latest upstream kernel isn't their preference. The long term stable kernel is. But if you want to some latest features which only is in upstream kernel. You have to backport them to old stable kernel.

This presentation will share the kernel feature backport experience with audience, help them understand how to do backports quickly and effectively without detailed knowledge of the target feature, thus giving more flexibility and Improving productivity when making products.

It will talk by some examples, to discuss how to get info from backport request, how to find necessary commits, how to get dependency, how to resolve conflicts, and finally how to test it.


Alex Shi

Alex graduated from Central China Normal University. He works for Linaro as Linaro stable kernel maintainer now. Before working for Linaro he worked in Intel Opensource Technical Center in Shanghai, mainly focus on Linux kernel performance tuning.

Thursday July 14, 2016 16:50 - 17:30

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