Scalable Concurrency Control and Recovery for Shared Storage Arrays ( CMU-CS-99-111 )

@inproceedings{Amiri1999ScalableCC,
  title={Scalable Concurrency Control and Recovery for Shared Storage Arrays ( CMU-CS-99-111 )},
  author={Khalil Amiri and G. Gibson and Richard Golding},
  year={1999}
}
We are indebted to generous contributions from the member companies of the Parallel Data Consortium. At the time of this writing, these companies include Hewlett-Abstract Shared storage arrays enable thousands of storage devices to be shared and directly accessed by end hosts over switched system-area networks, promising databases and filesystems highly scalable, reliable storage. In such systems, however, concurrent host I/Os can span multiple shared devices and access overlapping ranges… CONTINUE READING

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