IO and cgroups, the Current and Future Work

Tuesday, February 26, 2019 - 4:35 pm5:00 pm

Josef Bacik, Facebook


Resource isolation when it comes to IO has been incomplete for years, making it very hard to build a completely isolated solution for containers in Linux. Recently with the development of blk iolatency this has started to change, and hopefully marks the start of being able to build systems with complete resource isolation.

Josef Bacik, Facebook

Josef is a software engineer for Facebook and is one of the maintainers and core developers of Btrfs, NBD, and the blk iolatency controller. He has spoken at a variety of conferences, including the Linux Storage, File system, and Memory Management conference, Linux Plumbers conference, and a variety of Linuxcon's and other Linux Foundation end user conferences.

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@conference {230008,
author = {Josef Bacik},
title = {{IO} and cgroups, the Current and Future Work},
year = {2019},
address = {Boston, MA},
publisher = {USENIX Association},
month = feb,

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