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The current parallel storage systems use thousands of inexpensive disks to meet the storage requirement of applications. Data redundancy and/or coding are used to enhance data availability, for instance, Row-diagonal parity (RDP) and EVENODD codes, which are widely used in RAID-6 storage systems, provide data availability with up to <i>two disk(More)
RAID provides a good option to provide device-level fault tolerance. Conventional RAID usually updates parities with read-modify-write or read-reconstruct-write, which may introduce a lot of extra I/Os and thus significantly degrade SSD RAID performance. The recently proposed elastic striping scheme reconstructs new stripes with updated new data chunks(More)
To guarantee high reliability, solid-state drive (SSD)-based storage systems require data redundancy schemes, e.g., redundant array of independent disks (RAID) schemes. Traditional RAID-5, RAID-6, and Reed-Solomon codes can tolerate one, two, and an arbitrary number of device failures, respectively. However, some SSDs under those redundant configurations(More)
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