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Storage Highlights of 2009

Article Source Linux Magazine
December 16, 2009, 6:27 am
The tradition is that at the end of the year one looks back at the year to summarize events in our case, storage. One can also look forward and make predictions on events that are to occur in 2010. I’m not very good at predictions (I thought I would have my home wired with 10GigE about 4 years ago) so I will shy away from them. However, I will tackle reviewing storage events from a Linux point of view. It’s definitely not comprehensive, since that would be too long and someone would always feel slighted, but I have chosen what I think are some fairly significant events in 2009.

Let’s start with probably the most important single development in Linux Storage in 2009 - the explosion of file systems for Linux...
 
 

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