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ISCA
1994
IEEE
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RAID-II: A High-Bandwidth Network File Server
In 1989, the RAID (Redundant Arrays of Inexpensive Disks) group at U. C. Berkeley built a prototype disk array called RAID-I. The bandwidth delivered to clients by RAID-I was seve...
Ann L. Drapeau, Ken Shirriff, John H. Hartman, Eth...
LISA
1994
9 years 11 months ago
Adventures in the Evolution of a High-Bandwidth Network for Central Servers
In a small network, clients and servers may all be connected to a single Ethernet without significant performance concerns. As the number of clients on a network grows, the necess...
Karl L. Swartz, Roger Les Cottrell, Marty Dart
ASPLOS
1998
ACM
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A Cost-Effective, High-Bandwidth Storage Architecture
This paper describes the Network-Attached Secure Disk (NASD) storage architecture, prototype implementations of NASD drives, array management for our architecture, and three files...
Garth A. Gibson, David Nagle, Khalil Amiri, Jeff B...
CN
2002
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Optimal allocation of electronic content
Abstract-The delivery of large files to single users, such as application programs for some versions of the envisioned network computer, or movies, is expected by many to be one of...
Israel Cidon, Shay Kutten, Ran Soffer
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