The 2006 Linux Filesystems Workshop (Part II)
Posted Jul 8, 2006 10:28 UTC (Sat) by neilbrown
Parent article: The 2006 Linux Filesystems Workshop (Part II)
I was surprised by the mention of 'flash' for write-behind caching of
Certainly some form of non-volatile memory is a good idea, but I was
under the impression that writing to flash was quite slow.
Is flash a serious suggestion for caching writes or was it just
used as a simple term for non-volatile RAM??
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