Peter Waskiewicz

This proposal has been rejected.



Peter (PJ) is a senior software engineer in the LAN Access Division at Intel. He is responsible for supporting the new technologies in Intel’s next generation LAN products both in silicon and updating the Linux kernel. He recently was the primary maintainer for the ixgbe driver, Intel’s 10 GbE PCI Express driver, and is now focused on 40 Gigabit Ethernet research. His contributions to the kernel include the original Tx multiqueue networking API, packet socket changes allowing channel bonding to work with layer 2 protocols on individual adapters, multiple fixes to the MSI-X interrupt layer, native Data Center Bridging support in the network stack, n-tuple filter offload support in ethtool, and interrupt core updates to allow drivers to manage MSI-X CPU affinity.

Linux Plumbers Conference Microconferences

Proposals for this user

* Achieving Better Out-of-the-box Network Scaling

This is a discussion of how Linux needs to scale better out-of-the-box with large I/O network devices.
User Visible Network Issues 08/21/2010
Peter Waskiewicz

Linux Plumbers Conference 2010

Proposals for this user

* Scaling Linux Networking Beyond 10 Gigabit

An analysis of the current issues with scaling large networking workloads, from the perspective of the entire kernel.
Refereed Presentations 07/18/2010
Peter Waskiewicz