Timing-Accurate Storage Emulation

@inproceedings{Griffin2002TimingAccurateSE,
  title={Timing-Accurate Storage Emulation},
  author={John Linwood Griffin and Jiri Schindler and Steven W. Schlosser and John S. Bucy and Gregory R. Ganger},
  booktitle={FAST},
  year={2002}
}
Timing-accurate storage emulation fills an important gap in the set of common performance evaluation techniques for proposed storage designs: it allows a researcher to experiment with not-yet-existing storage components in the context of real systems executing real applications. As its name suggests, a timing-accurate storage emulator appears to the system to be a real storage component with service times matching a simulation model of that component. This paper promotes timing-accurate storage… CONTINUE READING
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