NANDFS: a flexible flash file system for RAM-constrained systems

  title={NANDFS: a flexible flash file system for RAM-constrained systems},
  author={Aviad Zuck and Ohad Barzilay and Sivan Toledo},
NANDFS is a flash file system that exposes a memory-performance tradeoff to system integrators. The file system can be configured to use a large amount of RAM, in which case it delivers excellent performance. In particular, when NANDFS is configured with the same amount of RAM that YAFFS2 uses, the performance of the two file systems is comparable (YAFFS2 is a file system that is widely used in embedded Linux and other embedded environments). But YAFFS2 and other state-of-the-art flash file… CONTINUE READING

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