[ANNOUNCE] IA-64 Linux Kernel track at Gelato ICE San Jose, April 16-18, 2007

From: Stephane Eranian <eranian_at_hpl.hp.com>
Date: 2007-03-07 21:40:24

Christoph Lameter and myself are happy to announce that we have organized
a dedicated kernel track at the upcoming Gelato ICE conference starting
in the afternoon of April 17th continuing through April 18th. 

We have gathered several talented speakers to cover some hot kernel-level
topics. A working list of presentations is available at the following web
site: <www.ice.gelato.org/program/program.php>.

Andrew Morton will deliver a general audience keynote as well as a
track presentation talking about the Linux kernel for IA-64 and future
scalability challenges.

All interested IA-64 Linux kernel developers are invited to attend.
Visit  <www.ice.gelato.org> for registration information.

The conference also features tracks covering GCC, virtualization, tools
and tuning, multi-core programming, and IA-64 related research.

Come and join us in San Jose in April!

S.Eranian and C. Lameter

IA-64 Linux Kernel Track at Gelato ICE:

- Future Challenges to Linux Scalability, Andrew Morton

- Machine Check Architecture, Russ Anderson, SGI

- Deploying Linux/IA-64 in the Telecom Market, Khalid Aziz, HP

- Process Scheduling on 1024 Processors, Christoph Lameter, SGI

- On-The-Fly TLB Generation to realize Variable Page Size Support, Christoph Lameter, SGI

- Hardware Profile-Guided Automatic Page Placement for ccNUMA Systems,
  Jaydeep Marathe, North Carolina State University

- Understanding Linux NUMA Memory Allocation Policies, Lee Schermerhorn, HP

- Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) for IA-64, Fenghua Yu, Intel

- Kexec/Kdump for IA-64, Nanhai Zou, Intel

- Fedora on IA-64, Prarit Bhargava, RedHat

- Debian on IA-64, Dann Frazier (HP)

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Received on Wed Mar 07 21:42:26 2007

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