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Monday, March 23 • 10:30am - 11:20am
Tuning systemd for Embedded - Alison Chaiken, Mentor Graphics

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Systemd is as big a disruption in userspace as device-trees were to the kernel. Newer kernels are tightly coupled with systemd via udev, cgroups and the coming kdbus, so projects that select recent kernels will need to learn how to optimize and configure systemd. Systemd's fully asynchronous initialization and complex dependencies are bewildering at first, but its modularity, plentiful tool suite and comprehensive documentation make the configuration tractable. Systemd provides simpler access to resource management via cgroups, and presents a convenient interface to control the kernel's capabilities privilege-granting system via its security features. Systemd-udev's deprecation of firmware loading and the recent removal of systemd-readahead will create a headache for some users, and are symptomatic of the embedded community's need to participate in systemd's development.

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Alison Chaiken

Alison works for Mentor Graphics Embedded Software Division in Fremont, CA although most recently she has developed automotive Linux in Germany. Her automotive Linux career began at Nokia, where she ported MeeGo-IVI to the Pandaboard. Previous speaking experience includes ELC, ELCE, Automotive Linux Summit, Southern California Linux Expo, Maker Faire and many local Linux user groups. Alison has been using POSIX variants for "personal... Read More →


Monday March 23, 2015 10:30am - 11:20am
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