Recovery Techniques to Improve File System Reliability

@inproceedings{Sundararaman2011RecoveryTT,
  title={Recovery Techniques to Improve File System Reliability},
  author={Swaminathan Sundararaman and Andrea C. Arpaci-Dusseau and Jon Eckhardt},
  year={2011}
}
RECOVERY TECHNIQUES TO IMPROVE FILE SYSTEM RELIABILITY Swaminathan Sundararaman We implement selective restart and resource reservation fo r commodity file systems to improve their reliability. Selective restart allows file systems to quickly recover from failures; resource reservation enables file systems to avoid certain failures altogether. Together they enable a new class of more robust a nd reliable file systems to be realized. In the first part of this dissertation (on selective restart… CONTINUE READING

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