Susan J. LoVerso

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This paper describes the creation of a Unix-compatible le system with highly scalable performance and size. The le system is on the CM-5 backed by a scalable array of disks. Using the Unix le system (UFS) from the SunOS 4.1.2 kernel as a base and modifying it to support Connection Machine (CM) operations, we have created a new le system, the scalable le(More)
tem point of view, was 1950. On the earliest digital computers, each user’s job ran separately and had exclusive use of the computer for the duration of the program. The program communicated with I/O devices and managed other resources without assistance. When the program completed, an operator halted the computer and manually prepared the next job. The(More)
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