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ORNL is managed by UT-Battelle for the US Department of Energy Lustre + Linux Putting the house in order.

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1 ORNL is managed by UT-Battelle for the US Department of Energy Lustre + Linux Putting the house in order

2 2 Presentation_name The fork in the road Lustre upstream client –EMC started the work spring 2013 –Based on Lustre commit faefbfc03 (~ 2.4 version) –No new features added –Most patches address style issues –Removed wrappers –Gripes about architectural design

3 3 Presentation_name Trip down Intel drive : Syncing with upstream client Participants: –Historically Peng Tao from EMC –James Simmons from ORNL –John Hammond and Dmitry Eremin from Intel –Frank Zago from Cray Goals: –Remove technical debt –Meet kernel coding styles –Remove wrappers –Support newer kernels

4 4 Presentation_name Master renovations so far Support up to 3.15 kernels Port of proc fs handling to seq_file All cfs_* wrappers are gone Liblustre removal Kernel coding styles enforced with new code

5 5 Presentation_name What about the other side of town? All code cleanup for clients was applied to servers LU-20 : No more patching the server side –LU-3406 : raid5 mmp unplug patch. –LU-684 : Use dm flakey to test fail over –Remove the rest of the patches. –Only need to patch servers with LU-3406 for testing LU-6141: Push most ldiskfs patches upstream

6 6 Presentation_name What needs to be done to be up to code? Needs to be in style. –LU-5396 : kernel sparse cleanup –LU-5478 : typdef removal –LU-5577 : unsigned/signed fixes –LU-5710 : Grammar and spelling fixes –LU-5829 : Remove unneeded exports –LU-6142 : Kernel indenting of code a.k.a tabathon.

7 7 Presentation_name With barn!!!! Some technical debt is still left LU-2675 : Remove userland libcfs and lnet code LU-5712 : libcfs train wreck. –Userland and kernel header entanglement –Userland and kernel source code entanglement –Abstractions still left.

8 8 Presentation_name Code violations Upstream reviews dislike some code choices –Job ID handling –Random seed handling –General dislike of procfs –Others not named After syncing we need to address these issues

9 9 Presentation_name Conclusion Work left –Style issues should be ready by end of 2.8 –Libcfs needs a lot of work –Kernel code style updates will be big update. Need to work as a community to push work upstream. We can’t forget support for latest kernels.


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