Session:Controlling Linux Memory Fragmentation and Higher Order Allocation Failure: Analysis, Observations and Results

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Session Details

Event 
ELC 2012
Date 
February 17, 2012
Author 
Pintu Kumar
Organization
Samsung
Slides 
PDF
Video 
(talk was not delivered, but slides were made available)

Abstract

The presentation includes the following :

  • Measuring Linux memory fragmentation in a running Linux kernel across each zones and each order including overall levels as well.
  • Memory fragmentation analysis with respect to Linux smart phones from boot-up to application launching and terminating.
  • Memory fragmentation analysis with respect to Linux smart phones from boot-up to application launching and terminating. 3) Tools to invoke kernel higher-order page allocation and analyze allocation success and failure cases.
  • Tracking higher-order allocation in kernel and its advantages.
  • Observations and experimental results for higher-order allocation success with respect to the implementation.
  • Few experimentation data.
  • Summary and what can be done further and further plans.

Biography

Pintu is a Tech Lead at Samsung, and part of the BSP and kernel development team for Samsung smartphones.

Transcript

(no video is available for this talk. It was cancelled.)