A combined schedule for the lecture and the practical work is now available in the VAB of the lecture (in German).
This course is intended as accompanying practical work to the 'Power Management' lecture. It offers students a means of applying and testing their understanding of the concepts presented in the lecture as they implement various power management mechanisms in the Linux kernel. Students will work in small groups of usually two people.
|Thu, Oct 21.||SR 131||Organizational remarks, Presentation of assignments, Introduction to Linux kernel hacking||.pdf .2up.pdf|
|Tue, Nov 2.||Room 149||Group allocation, Short live introduction to the work environment|
|Thu, Jan 13.||Room 149||Evaluation|
|1||Frequency Scaling: Implementing the PAST Algorithm|
|2||Hard Disk Power Management: Implementing a timeout mechanism|
|3||Process Cruise Control|
|4||Hard Disk Power Management: Implementing a timeout mechanism|
|5||Energy estimation using event counters|
|6||Energy estimation using event counters|
|7||Process Cruise Control|
|8||Frequency Scaling: Implementing the PAST Algorithm|