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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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PBXT: Your Next MySQL Storage Engine?

The PBXT storage engine for MySQL is nearing a stable release. What's so special about PBXT, anyway?
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Intel Halts SSD Sales Following Data Loss

The data corruption problem only appears under one condition, but it was enough to force Intel to halt solid state drive shipments.
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Storage Pools and Snapshots with Logical Volume Management

Logical Volume Management (LVM) on Linux: A great tool for creating pools of storage hardware that can be divided, resized, or used for snapshots.
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