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Friday, July 19 • 16:00 - 16:40
Evolving NVDIMM for Enterprise Grade - QI Fuli, Fujitsu

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Non-Volatile DIMM(NVDIMM) is expected to be a next generation memory. It can be accessed by a cpu directly and its data can remain when electrical power is removed. In-Memory Database will be a good example of NVDIMM.
Many people have been making great efforts on Linux, NVDIMM drivers, filesystems, and management command, and many libraries have been well developed for a few years.
However, there are several issues on RAS of NVDIMM to solve. For example, NVDIMM does not have a feature to save its data when it becomes physically damaged. Users are need to know when is the proper time to backup the data and do the replacement.
In this presentation, I will talk about the basis of NVDIMM, how to make a good use of NVDIMM for enterprise, and features what would be developed for enterprise.

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QI Fuli

Software Engineer, FUJITSU
QI Fuli is a Linux engineer, currently focusing on Non-Volatile DIMMs at Fujitsu Limited, where he started his career since Apr. 2016. Meanwhile, he studies on persistent memory as a PhD student at the University of Tokyo.

Friday July 19, 2019 16:00 - 16:40 JST
Hall A (2) (Floor 5F)
  Linux Systems
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