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KQ ZFS Linux Is No Longer Actively Being Worked On

Remember KQ Infotech? KQ Infotech was the Indian company that ported the ZFS file-system to Linux as an out-of-tree kernel module (after deriving the code from the LLNL ZFS Linux work) and KQ's interesting methods of engagement in our forums. The company was successful in delivering an open-source ZFS module...

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Solid State Drives in Enterprise Applications

SSDs can improve database and file system performance, but there are a number of issues that need to be addressed to make the most of the pricey drives.

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New Lustres released

Joe Landman has a short post on his blog pointing to new Lustre drops. When he posted the news wasn’t reflected on the Lustre site, but it has since been updated.

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New SSD Can Be Used For Internal Or External Storage

Super Talent's new UltraDrive MX SSD has a feature that allows the SSD to be used as an internal drive or as an external storage device. It's because the SSD can connect to a computer with SATA II and USB. More »...

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Samsung Spins 512GB Solid State Disk

Samsung announced what appears to be its first 512GB SSD (solid state disk), utilizing & high-performance toggle-mode& DDR NAND flash. The device provides three times the performance of a typical hard disk drive, and extends battery life even further than previous SSDs, the company claims....

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