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I Feel the Need for Speed: Linux File System Throughput Performance, Part 1

While metadata performance is important, another critical metric for measuring file systems is throughput. We put three Linux file systems their paces with IOzone.
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Dell Makes the Case for iSCSI Storage in HPC

At IEEE Cluster 2009 last week Dell was talking up the arguments in favor of iSCSI for storage clusters in HPC.
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SMB-targeted NAS devices run Linux

Iomega has announced a four-drive, 2-8TB StorCenter ix4-200d network-attached storage (NAS) device that runs Linux, according to eWEEK.
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Lies, Damn Lies and File Systems Benchmarks

Benchmarking has become synonymous with marketeering to the point it is almost useless. This article takes a look at a very important paper that can demonstrate how bad it has become and makes recommendations on how to improve the situation.
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Buttering Up Linux File Systems

Linux BTRFS is coming--so what's the big deal?
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