Don't Stack Your Log On My Log

@inproceedings{Yang2014DontSY,
  title={Don't Stack Your Log On My Log},
  author={Jingpei Yang and Ned Plasson and Greg Gillis and Nisha Talagala and Swaminathan Sundararaman},
  booktitle={INFLOW},
  year={2014}
}
Log-structured applications and file systems have been used to achieve high write throughput by sequentializing writes. Flash-based storage systems, due to flash memory’s out-of-place update characteristic, have also relied on log-structured approaches. Our work investigates the impacts to performance and endurance in flash when multiple layers of log-structured applications and file systems are layered on top of a log-structured flash device. We show that multiple log layers affects… CONTINUE READING
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