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SubjectRe: [ext3][kernels >= at least] KDE going comatose when FS is under heavy write load (massive starvation)
On Sat, Apr 28, 2007 at 07:37:17AM +0200, Mikulas Patocka wrote:
> SpadFS doesn't write to unallocated parts like log filesystems (LFS) or
> phase tree filesystems (TUX2); it writes inside normal used structures,
> but it marks each structure with generation tags --- when it updates
> global table of tags, it atomically makes several structures valid. I
> don't know about this idea being used elsewhere.

So how is this generation structure organized ? paper ?


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