One of the problems we experience quite a lot is to do with people setting inordinately long timeouts on their hacking sessions, which leaves the board unavailable for queued jobs. This session is to explore some of the possible solutions, in LAVA, the Lab and the general v.l.o community of users. Some possible scenarios are: - you have to specify in the job that if you leave the ssh session, you want to keep hacking up for later - if a hacking session detects that there are no users ssh

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[Note: this is a joint Security/Power Management session) Understand what use cases related to Power Management have to interact with Trusted Firmware via Secure calls. Walk through some key use cases like CPU Suspend and explain how PM Linux drivers interacts with Trusted Firmware / PSCI

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This session will cover Comcast's experience of migrating RDK to the OpenEmbedded build framework. It will cover the porting of Comcast specific devices and the impact on the software design, as well as what was involved in porting efforts - both good and bad. Attendees will be able to gather a list of best practices for OE and a concrete list of steps for RDK when porting to new devices or doing development with the RDK platform. In addition it will cover some of the more pressing issues and challenges and how Comcast solved some of the problems e.g. developer workflow, continuous integration and delivery

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This session will present a workflow of analyzing application or benchmark performance and ways investigate how performance can be increased by improving the toolchain. The session will cover use of profiling tools, reading of compiler optimization dumps, reducing optimization problems using compiler debug counters, and submitting optimization request/bug report to compiler developers

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