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Tuesday, October 14 • 4:30pm - 5:20pm
Automated Linux Kernel Crash Infrastructure - Eye In the Digital Sky - Igor Ljubuncic, Intel

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While robust and generally stable, the Linux operating system may suffer from occasional bugs in the kernel stack, sometimes leading to an irrecoverable condition known as kernel oops. The condition can translate into a system panic, resolved only by a reboot. In time-to-market critical data center environments, kernel crashes can impact the productivity of compute resources. Resolving bugs in the kernel code that cause the panic situations is of paramount importance. In homogenous environments, where a single operating system dominates the install base, individual bugs can potentially manifest on all machines in a very short period of time. In this presentation, Igor Ljubuncic presents on how Intel’s IT transformed its business with an automated Linux kernel crash collection, analysis and reporting infrastructure, designed to address stability of the system’s core – the kernel.

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Igor Ljubuncic, Intel

OS Architect, Intel Corporation
Igor Ljubuncic is an OS architect within Intel's IT Engineering Computing business group. He works on exploring and developing solutions for a large, global high-performance Linux environment that supports Intel's chip design. Igor has significant experience presenting at conferences, and he is officially recognized as an Intel instructor and subject matter expert. In the past decade, Igor has written numerous technical articles for leading... Read More →


Tuesday October 14, 2014 4:30pm - 5:20pm
Room 16