Reimplementing the Cedar File System Using Logging and Group Commit

@inproceedings{Hagmann1987ReimplementingTC,
  title={Reimplementing the Cedar File System Using Logging and Group Commit},
  author={Robert B. Hagmann},
  booktitle={SOSP},
  year={1987}
}
The workstation file system for the Cedar programming environment was modified to improve its robustness and performance. Previously, the file system used hardware-provided labels on disk blocks to increase robustness against hardware and software errors. The new system does not require hardware disk labels, yet is more robust than the old system. Recovery is rapid after a crash. The performance of operations on file system metadata, e.g., file creation or open, is greatly improved. The new… CONTINUE READING

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