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Olivier Dalle's Corner: Main / Full Biblio

MoDa08

Summary

Julian Monteiro and Olivier Dalle (2008) CORRAL: Stackable Copy-on-Write Versioning Device using Linux Device-Mapper. {USENIX} Annual Technical Conference (USENIX’08).Poster. (PDF)

Abstract

The main goal of the {\scow} is to provide a block level versioning device on top of device-mapper volumes. The expected characteristics of {\scow} are: 1) to work with any file system; 2) retention of multiple versions; 3) deletion of intermediary versions; 4) keep current and versioned data on the same disk; 5) easy identification of modified blocks; 6) operate on a mounted file system; 7) use of standard user level tools.

Bibtex entry

@MISC { MoDa08,
    AUTHOR = { Monteiro, Julian and Dalle, Olivier },
    TITLE = { {CORRAL}: {S}tackable {C}opy-on-{W}rite {V}ersioning {D}evice using {L}inux {D}evice-{M}apper },
    HOWPUBLISHED = { {USENIX} Annual Technical Conference (USENIX’08) },
    MONTH = { June 25–28 },
    YEAR = { 2008 },
    NOTE = { Poster },
    ABSTRACT = { The main goal of the {\scow} is to provide a block level versioning device on top of device-mapper volumes. The expected characteristics of {\scow} are: 1) to work with any file system; 2) retention of multiple versions; 3) deletion of intermediary versions; 4) keep current and versioned data on the same disk; 5) easy identification of modified blocks; 6) operate on a mounted file system; 7) use of standard user level tools. },
    PDF = { ftp://ftp-sop.inria.fr/mascotte/Publications/MoDa08.pdf },
}