RAID: Publications

RAID: Implementing and Prototyping Redundant Disk Arrays

  • A Transactional Approach to Redundant Disk Array Implementation. William Courtright, II. Carnegie Mellon Ph.D. Dissertation CMU-CS-97-141, April 1997.
    Abstract / Postscript [1.7M] / PDF [1.1M]

  • A Structured Approach to Redundant Disk Array Implementation. Courtright II, W.V., Gibson, G.A., Holland, M. and Zelenka, J. Proc. of the International Computer Performance and Dependability Symposium (IPDS), Sept. 4-6, 1996. Also available as CMU SCS Technical Report CMU-CS-96-137.
    Abstract / Postscript [212K] / PDF [85K]

  • RAIDframe: Rapid Prototyping for Disk Arrays. Courtright II, W.V., Gibson, G.A., Holland, M. and Zelenka, J. Proc. of the 1996 Conference on Measurement and Modeling of Computer Systems (SIGMETRICS), May 1996, Vol. 24 No. 1, pp. 268-269. Also available as CMU SCS Technical Report CMU-CS-95-200.
    Abstract / Postscript [74K] / PDF [25K]

  • Backward Error Recovery in Redundant Disk Arrays. Courtright II, W.V. and Gibson, G.A. Proc. of the 1994 Computer Measurement Group (CMG) Conference, Dec. 1994, Vol. 1, pp. 63-74. Also available as CMU SCS Technical Report CMU-CS-94-193.
    Abstract / HTML / Postscript [134K] / PDF [69K]

Parity Declustering: On-line Failure Recovery for RAID

  • Architectures and Algorithms for On-Line Failure Recovery in Redundant Disk Arrays. Holland, M., Gibson, G.A. and Siewiorek, D.P. Journal of Distributed and Parallel Databases, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 295-335, July 1994.
    Abstract / Postscript [374K] / PDF [206K]

  • On-Line Data Reconstruction in Redundant Disk Arrays. Mark Holland. Carnegie Mellon Ph.D. Dissertation CMU-CS-94-164, 1994, 232 pages.
    Abstract / Table of Contents / Postscript [1.3M] / PDF [769K]

  • Fast, On-Line Failure Recovery in Redundant Disk Arrays. Holland, M., Gibson, G.A. and Siewiorek, D.P. Proc. of the 23rd Annual International Symposium on Fault-Tolerant Computing, pp. 421-433, 1993.
    Abstract / Postscript [137K] / PDF [68K]

  • Parity Declustering for Continuous Operation in Redundant Disk Arrays. Holland, M. and Gibson, G.A. Proc. of the 5th Conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems (ASPLOS V), 1992.
    Abstract / Postscript [239K] / PDF [101K]

  • This directory contains the block design reffered to in Parity Declustering for Continuous Operation in Redundant Disk Arrays, Proceedings, ASPLOS V, 1992.
    Database [2.7M]

Parity Logging: Overcoming the Small-Write Bottleneck

  • Parity-Logging Disk Arrays. Stodolsky, D., Holland, M., Courtright II, W.V. and Gibson, G.A. ACM Transactions on Computer Systems, 12(3):206-235, August 1994. Also published as A Redundant Disk Array Architecture for Efficient Small Writes. CMU SCS Technical Report CMU-CS-94-170, 1994.
    Abstract / Postscript [313K] / PDF [164K]

  • Parity Logging: Overcoming the Small Write Problem in Redundant Disk Arrays. Stodolsky, D., Holland, M. and Gibson, G.A. Proc. of the 21th Annual International Symposium on Computer Architectures, 1993, pp. 64-75.
    Abstract / Postscript [190K] / PDF [89K]

  • A Redundant Disk Array Architecture for Efficient Small Writes. Stodolsky, D., Holland, M., Courtright II, W.V. and Gibson, G.A. CMU SCS Technical Report CMU-CS-93-200, 1993.
    Abstract / Postscript [356K] / PDF [196K]

RAID for Mobile Computers

  • RAID for Mobile Computers. Rachad Youssef. Carnegie Mellon M.S. Thesis INI-TR 1995-3, 1995, 35 pages.
    Abstract / Postscript [245K] / PDF [106K]

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