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Monday, October 5 • 16:00 - 16:50
Suspend/Resume at the Speed of Light - Len Brown, Intel

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System suspend/resume is the core energy saving strategy for numerous Linux-based systems,
including Android, Chrome OS, Ubuntu and Fedora.
The faster Linux can suspend/resume,
the more often it can be used, and the more energy these systems can save.

We start by presenting analyze_suspend,
a tool we developed to measure performance.
Analyze_suspend is freely available in open source,
and we are hopeful that the community will embrace it
to optimize Linux on a broad range of systems.

Then we explore the kernel and driver optimizations that have been made as a result of using this tool --
some are upstream, and some are still in development.

Finally, we look to the challenges ahead in reaching
and sustaining Linux suspend/resume at the speed of light.


Len Brown

Principal Engineer, Intel Open Source Technology Center
Len Brown is the Power Architect at Intel's Open Source Technology Center. For over 10 years, he has made numerous contributions to Linux Power Management, including 9-years maintaining the Linux kernel ACPI sub-system. Len has presented at numerous Linux conferences, including Linux Plumbers, LinuxCon, OLS and LKS.

Monday October 5, 2015 16:00 - 16:50
Liffey Hall 1

Attendees (80)