Archive for the 'filesystems' Category

The btrfs backup experiment | Anchor Web Hosting Blog

Friday, April 26th, 2013

Today we’re talking about our experience with btrfs, the next-gen Linux filesystem. btrfs has been maturing rapidly over the last few years and offers many compelling features for modern systems, so we’ve been putting it through its paces on some o…

The btrfs backup experiment | Anchor Web Hosting Blog

Friday, April 26th, 2013

Today we’re talking about our experience with btrfs, the next-gen Linux filesystem. btrfs has been maturing rapidly over the last few years and offers many compelling features for modern systems, so we’ve been putting it through its paces on some o…

The btrfs backup experiment | Anchor Web Hosting Blog

Friday, April 26th, 2013

Today we’re talking about our experience with btrfs, the next-gen Linux filesystem. btrfs has been maturing rapidly over the last few years and offers many compelling features for modern systems, so we’ve been putting it through its paces on some o…

GNU ddrescue Manual

Sunday, June 10th, 2012

manual for tool that can correctly image damaged drives, drives with bad sectors, etc. You it either from a livecd or find a package (repository) for your distribution.

GNU ddrescue Manual

Sunday, June 10th, 2012

manual for tool that can correctly image damaged drives, drives with bad sectors, etc. You it either from a livecd or find a package (repository) for your distribution.

GNU ddrescue Manual

Sunday, June 10th, 2012

manual for tool that can correctly image damaged drives, drives with bad sectors, etc. You it either from a livecd or find a package (repository) for your distribution.

GNU ddrescue Manual

Sunday, June 10th, 2012

manual for tool that can correctly image damaged drives, drives with bad sectors, etc. You it either from a livecd or find a package (repository) for your distribution.

Google Translate – Interview with developer reiser4 Edward Shishkin

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010

Russian original http://habrahabr.ru/blogs/linux/108629/

[PDF] "1000 000 000 files: Scalability limits in Linux file systems" linuxcon2010, Ric Wheeler / Redhat

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010

PDF slides that show what happens if you create a file system with one billion (10**9 ) files

To BLOB or Not To BLOB: Large Object Storage in a Database or a Filesystem?

Tuesday, August 5th, 2008

a paper from microsoft research comparing perfomance of 2 systems: metadata in db + files in fs vs. meatadata + files as blobs in db. Study uses MSSQL and NTFS. Datasets are in less than 1 GB size.