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Storage network architecture and parallel I/Os; proceedings.


Storage network architecture and parallel I/Os; proceedings.

International Workshop on Storage Network Architecture and Parallel I/Os (2010: Incline Village, Nevada)

Computer Society Press


91 pages




Researchers from academia and business discuss recent findings on parallel and distributed data storage technologies, storage interconnects, and storage management. Nine peer-reviewed papers look at FASTer FTL for enterprise-class flash memory solid state drives (SSD), enhancing checkpoint performance with staging IO and SSD, NAND flash-based disk cache using SLC/MLC combined flash memory, applying hashing to optimize file systems for small file reads, a distributed network file system supporting fast data insertion and truncation, fast and efficient file system metadata storage, using transparent compression at the block level to increase storage space efficiency, parallel Reed/Solomon coding on multicore processors, and explicit coordination for preventing congestion in data center ethernet. Only the authors are indexed.

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Date:Jun 1, 2010
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