PFFS: a scalable flash memory file system for the hybrid architecture of phase-change RAM and NAND flash

@inproceedings{Park2008PFFSAS,
  title={PFFS: a scalable flash memory file system for the hybrid architecture of phase-change RAM and NAND flash},
  author={Youngwoo Park and Seung-Ho Lim and Chul Lee and Kyu Ho Park},
  booktitle={SAC},
  year={2008}
}
In this paper, we present the scalable and efficient flash file system using the combination of NAND and Phase-change RAM (PRAM). Until now, several flash file systems have been developed considering the physical characteristics of NAND flash. However, previous flash file systems still have a high performance overhead and a scalability problem of the mounting time and the memory usage because, in most case, the metadata is written with several words at a single update even though the writes in… CONTINUE READING

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