An Efficient Snapshot Technique for Ext 3 File System in Linux 2 . 6

@inproceedings{ShimAnES,
  title={An Efficient Snapshot Technique for Ext 3 File System in Linux 2 . 6},
  author={Seungjun Shim and Woojoong Lee and Chanik Park}
}
Snapshot is to create an instant image of a file system. Creating a snapshot image with little processing and space overheads is critical to provide the continuous data service during backup. In Linux, there are two types of snapshot techniques available : volume-based approach like Logical Volume Manager(LVM) and file system-based approach like SnapFS. The volume-based LVM provides efficient space management capability, but requires some space to be exclusively reserved to store snapshot… CONTINUE READING

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