Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Linux Summit will preview new advanced file system

Although computers get bigger, run faster and accomplish more amazing feats all the time, they still store data in a 1970s-era file system. But that may be about to change.For more on the Linux Foundation and the summit:Linux Foundation to host End User SummitLinux experiences 'prolific growth,' says Jim Zemlin Speaking at the Linux Foundation End User Collaboration Summit this week, Ted Ts'o, a Linux Foundation fellow, and Chris Mason, Oracle's director of kernel engineering, will provide a sneak peak of the file systems of the future at the New York City brainstorming session, whose purpose is to foster interaction between leading Linux developers and the most advanced users and, in turn, to accelerate development of the Linux platform
Linux Summit will preview new advanced file system
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