Flash File Systems
A flash file system is a file system designed for storing files on flash memory devices. These are becoming more prevalent as the number of mobile devices is increasing, the cost per memory size decreases, and the capacity of flash memories increases.
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... A flash file system considers the special abilities, performance and restrictions of flash memory devices ... Frequently a disk file system can use a flash memory device as the underlying storage media but it is much better to use a file system specifically designed for a flash device ...
... A flash file system is a file system designed for storing files on flash memory devices ... number of mobile devices is increasing, the cost per memory size decreases, and the capacity of flash memories increases ... layer can emulate a disk drive so that a disk file system can be used on a flash device, this is suboptimal for several reasons Erasing blocks Flash memory blocks have ...
... by SanDisk allowing for improved random write performance in flash memory compared to traditional systems such as TrueFFS ... plans on using ExtremeFFS in an upcoming Multi-level cell implementation of NAND flash memory ...
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