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How to (Not) Lose Your Data: Linux as a Reliable Storage Platform

Ric Wheeler (ricwheeler@gmail.com)

Increasingly, Linux is the platform that major vendors use to implement everything from consumer grade NAS devices that you can buy at your local electronics store up to expensive, enterprise grade storage systems. This paper aims to present a high level overview of how some of this systems are put together, how to tune Linux for storage applications and what functionality is either on the horizon or yet to be started in the open source space that will enhance Linux as a storage system. The techniques presented are are also applicable to normal home users who would like to enhance data integrity.



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