Monday, 7 July 2014

GSOC Week 7 : Back on track

It's time to get back on track. Passing the midterms with supposedly good flying colors was really great. I apologize for my tardiness during the last two weeks for unable to post any update regarding my progress, owing to the fact of me not feeling very well during this time.

The progress till now includes re-thinking of the previous patch and the methodology io-stats will use to dump the private info. As suggested by my mentor, I'm moving the job of speed calculation and other major work to the glusterfsiostat script rather than code it all in the glusterfs codebase. You can look at the new patch here : http://review.gluster.org/#/c/8244/.

Also, my project was accepted to be hosted on Gluster Forge at https://forge.gluster.org/glusterfsiostat where you can track the progress for the python script and rest of the code base related to my project.

Recently, my mentor and me have started to track our progress with the help of Scrum model, by using trello. This helps us break the bigger jobs into smaller tasks and set the deadline on each of them to better estimate their supposed date of completion.

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