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SSDFS: Towards LFS Flash-Friendly File System without GC operation

@article{Dubeyko2019SSDFSTL,
  title={SSDFS: Towards LFS Flash-Friendly File System without GC operation},
  author={Viacheslav Dubeyko},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1907.11825}
}
Solid state drives have a number of interesting characteristics. [] Key Method SSDFS file system introduces several authentic concepts and mechanisms: logical segment, logical extent, segment's PEBs pool, Main/Diff/Journal areas in the PEB's log, Diff-On-Write approach, PEBs migration scheme, hot/warm data self-migration, segment bitmap, hybrid b-tree, shared dictionary b-tree, shared extents b-tree. Combination of all suggested concepts are able: (1) manage write amplification in smart way, (2) decrease GC…

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