Posted Aug 13, 2010 23:32 UTC (Fri) by giraffedata
Parent article: The 2010 Linux Storage and Filesystem Summit, day 2
For "storage-attached" SSDs (those which look like traditional disks)
There isn't any other kind of SSD. SSD specifically refers to devices that stand in for disk drives but use solid state memory. (The name comes from "Solid State Disk" or "Solid State Drive").
If it doesn't have an ATA or SCSI interface, it's just memory.
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