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LogFS, A Scalable Flash Filesystem

Apr 09, 2008, 12:00 (2 Talkback[s])

"Jörn Engel posted the sixth version of patches introducing his new LogFS filesystem for flash devices to the Linux kernel. He highlighted some areas of the code that need some more work, and cc'd the appropriate people for further review. Regarding LogFS itself, he noted that one of its big advantages compared to other solutions was improved mount time and reduced memory consumption compared to other solutions, "LogFS has an on-medium tree, fairly similar to Ext2 in structure, so mount times are O(1)..."

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