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SubjectRe: Re: TUX2 filesystem
On Thu, Aug 29, 2002 at 12:49:35AM +0200, Daniel Mose wrote:
> Well perhaps the patent part, but I sort of got curious
> on it, by this posting. Is there any patches or documentation
> available. I'm going to put my nose deep into the world of
> experimental file systems this winter, and hopefully come up with
> something useful, so I would appreciate anything that describes
> it's general ideas.


See:

Borg, Wolfgang Blau, Wolfgang Graetsch, Ferdinand Herrmann, Wolfgang Oberle: Fault Tolerance Under UNIX. TOCS 7(1): 1-24 (1989)
1986

also:

Anita Borg, Wolfgang Blau, Wolfgang Oberle, Wolfgang Graetsch: Fault Tolerance in Distributed UNIX. Fault-Tolerant Distributed Computing 1986: 224-243
1983
Anita Borg, Jim Baumbach, Sam Glazer: A Message System Supporting Fault Tolerance. SOSP 1983: 90-99


The earliest description I've heard of this idea was from Sam Glazer in 1982.


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