Pavel Emelyanov


Pavel Emelyanov is a core OpenVZ and PVC kernel developer working in the project for the last six years. His current role is the kernel team leader. Pavel is also the leading force behind a few mainstream kernel features, such as the network and the PID namespaces. He holds a PhD in Mathematics from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.

Linux Plumbers Conference Birds of a Feather Sessions

Proposals for this user

* Containers checkpoint/restart

Discuss the current state of checkpoint/restart in mainline, and what needs to be done to merge it.
BoF 08/24/2010
Kir Kolyshkin, Vivek Kashyap, Pavel Emelyanov, Oren Laadan

Linux Plumbers Conference Microconferences

Proposals for this user

* Linux Containers: are we there yet?

An overview of the current state of Linux Containers in (and out of) the mainline.
Virtualization 08/24/2010
Kir Kolyshkin, Pavel Emelyanov

Linux Plumbers Conference 2010

Proposals for this user

* Live migration of hidden files

Presentation describes ways to migrate opened files that are no longer accessible from the filesystem.
Refereed Presentations 07/21/2010
Pavel Emelyanov, Kir Kolyshkin

* Live migration of kernel NFS mounts

Presentation describes a complex problem of migrating a kernel NFS mount and a solution to it using a special intermediate file system.
Refereed Presentations 07/21/2010
Pavel Emelyanov, Kir Kolyshkin