Volker Lendecke, long-standing Samba core team member and SerNet co-founder, presents "SMB for Linux with SMB3 POSIX extensions" at FOSDEM 2024 in Brussels. He will discuss the advancements in the SMB3 protocol and its impact on Linux network file sharing. The session is scheduled for Saturday, February 3rd, in room K.3.201 at 4:05 p.m. (CET). An option to join in remotely will be available.
This talk will delve into how SMB3 POSIX extensions make SMB an alternative to NFS with all semantics that Linux clients expect. Lendecke will offer insights into both current functionalities and future developments.
FOSDEM 2024 is a key event in the open source community, renowned for bringing together developers and enthusiasts from around the world. This free event, organized by volunteers, focuses on the promotion and use of free and open source software, making it an essential platform for learning, sharing, and networking within the open source ecosystem.