FRASH: Exploiting storage class memory in hybrid file system for hierarchical storage

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In this work, we develop a novel hybrid file system, FRASH, for storage-class memory and NAND Flash. Despite the promising physical characteristics of storage-class memory, its scale is an order of magnitude smaller than the current storage device scale. This fact makes it less than desirable for use as an independent storage device. We carefully analyze in… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/1714454.1714457

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@article{Jung2010FRASHES, title={FRASH: Exploiting storage class memory in hybrid file system for hierarchical storage}, author={Jaemin Jung and Youjip Won and Eun-ki Kim and Hyungjong Shin and Byeonggil Jeon}, journal={TOS}, year={2010}, volume={6}, pages={3:1-3:25} }