11-29, 18:35–19:05 (UTC), Nanbield
The Hash Equivalence server has been shown to be an effective tool for improving build speeds. However, the current implementation which uses raw TCP sockets and SQLite is not suitable as a server infrastructure for all environments.
In this talk, Joshua will discuss how the hash equivalence server works, and some newly proposed changes to the implementation that should enable it to be more easily and quickly deployed across different environments.
Joshua is a Software Engineer at Garmin where he has been working since 2009. He has been using the Yocto project as part of is job since 2016, and is a member of the OpenEmbedded Technical Steering Committee