BlockHead writes "Kerneltrap.org is running an interview with Jens Axboe, 15 year Linux veteran and the maintainer of the linux kernel block layer, 'the piece of software that sits between the block device drivers (managing your hard drives, cdroms, etc) and the file systems.' The interview examines what's involved in maintaining this complex portion of the Linux kernel, and offers an accessible explanation of how IO schedulers work. Jens details his own CFQ, or Complete Fair Queue scheduler which is the default Linux IO scheduler. Finally, the article examines the current state of Linux kernel development, how it's changed over the years, and what's in store for the future."
We will have solar energy as soon as the utility companies solve one technical
problem -- how to run a sunbeam through a meter.