LazyFTL: a page-level flash translation layer optimized for NAND flash memory

  title={LazyFTL: a page-level flash translation layer optimized for NAND flash memory},
  author={Dongzhe Ma and Jianhua Feng and Guoliang Li},
  booktitle={SIGMOD Conference},
Flash is a type of electronically erasable programmable read-only memory (EEPROM), which has many advantages over traditional magnetic disks, such as lower access latency, lower power consumption, lack of noise, and shock resistance. However, due to its special characteristics, flash memory cannot be deployed directly in the place of traditional magnetic disks. The Flash Translation Layer (FTL) is a software layer built on raw flash memory that carries out garbage collection and wear leveling… CONTINUE READING
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