SRG for 10/27: File Systems
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YJamie
Interface: The man pages for open, read, write, lseek, close, link, rename, unlink, fcntl, readdir. Bonus points if you write a program illustrating their use, e.g. simple versions of the standard linux utilities cp, mv, and ls.
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YChristy
Internals Chapter 2: What is a file system (Giampaolo 1999). This defines a lot of terms and has some pretty pictures.
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Xinwei
Linux A tour of the Linux VFS, plus open up the Linux kernel and show us where these structures live.
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Christy
Prototype A Fast File System for UNIX (McKusick et al., TOCS 1984). This is a link to a nicely formatted version of the paper.
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Eric
Prototype The Design and Implementation of a Log-Structured File System (Rosenblum and Ousterhout, SOSP 1991)
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Prototype A cryptographic file system for UNIX (Blaze, CCS 1993)
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YEric
Weird prototype Deciding when to forget in the elephant file system (Santry et al., SOSP 1999)
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GPFS: A Shared-Disk File System for Large Computing Clusters (Schmuck and Haskin, FAST 2002)
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Jamie
Distributed file system Ceph: A Scalable, High-Performance Distributed File System (Weil et al., OSDI 2006)
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Aarav
The end is near? Hierarchical File Systems are Dead (Seltzer and Murphy, HotOS 2009)
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