David Teigland

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In computer systems today, speed and responsiveness is often determined by network and storage subsystem performance. Faster, more scalable networking interfaces like Fibre Channel and Gigabit Ethernet provide the scaffolding from which higher performance computer systems implementations may be constructed, but new thinking is required about how machines(More)
In computer systems today, speed and responsiveness is often determined by network and storage subsystem performance. Faster, more scalable networking interfaces like Fibre Channel and Gigabit Ethernet provide the scaffolding from which higher performance implementations may be constructed, but new thinking is required about how machines interact with(More)
Logical Volume Managers have long been a key component of storage system design. Although the use of different LVM's varies, there are some basic similarities. All LVM's create a logical or virtual view of physical storage devices. Using this basic abstraction the LVM can implement several transparent functions between logical and physical layers. First and(More)
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