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 +**Introduction**\\
 The linux kernel has hundreds of tunable settings. Some can be modified on the fly with sysctl; others require reboots, loading modules and so on. The linux kernel has hundreds of tunable settings. Some can be modified on the fly with sysctl; others require reboots, loading modules and so on.
  
 +**Your job**\\
 Your job is to come up with a self-tuning system that does all the analysis it needs and finds the optimum settings to maximize throughput and/or latency for well defined workloads. One of the must be BitTorrent, since that one uses a lot of traffic and it can just be tested with real data instead of synthetic tests. Your job is to come up with a self-tuning system that does all the analysis it needs and finds the optimum settings to maximize throughput and/or latency for well defined workloads. One of the must be BitTorrent, since that one uses a lot of traffic and it can just be tested with real data instead of synthetic tests.
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 +**Qualification tasks**\\
 +Take a look at [[https://​ccextractor.org/​public:​gsoc:​takehome|this page]].
  
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