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MMS
2002
9 years 2 months ago
Architectural considerations for next-generation file systems
Integration--supporting multiple application classes with heterogeneous requirements--is an emerging trend in networks, file systems, and operating systems. In this paper, we eval...
Prashant J. Shenoy, Pawan Goyal, Harrick M. Vin
TPDS
2008
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NFS-CD: Write-Enabled Cooperative Caching in NFS
We present the Network File System with Cluster Delegation (NFS-CD), an enhancement to the NFSv4 that reduces server load and increases the scalability of distributed file systems ...
Alexandros Batsakis, Randal C. Burns
GRID
2006
Springer
9 years 2 months ago
Cacheable Decentralized Groups for Grid Resource Access Control
Abstract-- Sharing data among collaborators in widely distributed systems remains a challenge due to limitations with existing methods for defining groups across administrative dom...
Jeffrey Hemmes, Douglas Thain
SIGCOMM
2010
ACM
9 years 2 months ago
On-line consistent backup in transactional file systems
A consistent backup, preserving data integrity across files in a file system, is of utmost importance for the purpose of correctness and minimizing system downtime during the proc...
Lipika Deka, Gautam Barua
USENIX
1994
9 years 3 months ago
A Usage Profile and Evaluation of a Wide-Area Distributed File System
The evolution of the Andrew File System (AFS) into a wide-area distributed file system has encouraged collaboration and information dissemination on a much broader scale than ever...
Mirjana Spasojevic, Mahadev Satyanarayanan
USENIX
2000
9 years 3 months ago
FiST: A Language for Stackable File Systems
Traditional file system development is difficult. Stackable file systems promise to ease the development of file systems by offering a mechanism for incremental development. Unfor...
Erez Zadok, Jason Nieh
USENIX
2001
9 years 3 months ago
Fast Indexing: Support for Size-Changing Algorithms in Stackable File Systems
Stackable file systems can provide extensible file system functionality with minimal performance overhead and development cost. However, previous approaches provide only limited f...
Erez Zadok, Johan M. Andersen, Ion Badulescu, Jaso...
FAST
2004
9 years 3 months ago
Tracefs: A File System to Trace Them All
File system traces have been used for years to analyze user behavior and system software behavior, leading to advances in file system and storage technologies. Existing traces, ho...
Akshat Aranya, Charles P. Wright, Erez Zadok
DSN
2008
IEEE
9 years 4 months ago
Experiences with formal specification of fault-tolerant file systems
Fault-tolerant, replicated file systems are a crucial component of today's data centers. Despite their huge complexity, these systems are typically specified only in brief pr...
Roxana Geambasu, Andrew Birrell, John MacCormick
USS
2008
9 years 4 months ago
Defeating Encrypted and Deniable File Systems: TrueCrypt v5.1a and the Case of the Tattling OS and Applications
We examine the security requirements for creating a Deniable File System (DFS), and the efficacy with which the TrueCrypt disk-encryption software meets those requirements. We fin...
Alexei Czeskis, David J. St. Hilaire, Karl Koscher...
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