Evaluating the impact of Undetected Disk Errors in RAID systems

  title={Evaluating the impact of Undetected Disk Errors in RAID systems},
  author={Eric Rozier and W. Belluomini and Veera Deenadhayalan and J. Hafner and K. K. Rao and Pin Zhou},
  journal={2009 IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems \& Networks},
Despite the reliability of modern disks, recent studies have made it clear that a new class of faults, UndetectedDisk Errors (UDEs) also known as silent data corruption events, become a real challenge as storage capacity scales. While RAID systems have proven effective in protecting data from traditional disk failures, silent data corruption events remain a significant problem unaddressed by RAID. We present a fault model for UDEs, and a hybrid framework for simulating UDEs in large-scale… Expand
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