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    TitleConferenceSpeaker(s)
    An Analysis of Data Corruption in the Storage StackFAST '08Garth Goodson, Bianca Schroeder
    Enhancing Storage System Availability on Multi-Core Architectures with Recovery-Conscious SchedulingFAST '08Sangeetha Seshadri, Lawrence Chiu, Cornel Constantinescu, Subashini Balachandran, Clem Dickey, Ling Liu, Paul Muench
    Improving I/O Performance of Applications through Compiler-Directed Code RestructuringFAST '08Mahmut Kandemir, Seung Woo Son, Mustafa Karakoy
    Measurement and Analysis of TCP Throughput Collapse in Cluster-based Storage SystemsFAST '08Amar Phanishayee, Elie Krevat, Vijay Vasudevan, David G. Andersen, Garth A. Gibson, Srinivasan Seshan
    The RAID-6 Liberation CodesFAST '08James S. Plank
    Are Disks the Dominant Contributor for Storage Failures? A Comprehensive Study of Storage Subsystem Failure CharacteristicsFAST '08Weihang Jiang, Chongfeng Hu, Yuanyuan Zhou, Arkady Kanevsky
    Parity Lost and Parity RegainedFAST '08Andrew Krioukov, Lakshmi N. Bairavasundaram, Garth R. Goodson, Kiran Srinivasan, Randy Thelen, Andrea C. Arpaci-Dusseau, Remzi H. Arpaci-Dusseau
    Sustainable Information Technology EcosystemFAST '08Chandrakant D. Patel
    Low-Overhead Byzantine Fault-Tolerant StorageFAST '08James Hendricks, Gregory R. Ganger, Michael K. Reiter
    Mirror File System (MFS): A New Type of File SystemFAST '08John Wong
    Quantifying Temporal and Spatial Localities Due to File System CachingFAST '08Cory Fox, Dragan Lojpur, An-I Andy Wang
    File Systems Should Be Like Burger Meals: Supersize Your Allocation Units!FAST '08Konstantin Koll
    Adapting RAID Methods for Use in Object Storage SystemsFAST '08David Bigelow, Scott A. Brandt, Carlos Maltzahn, Sage Weil
    View-based Collective I/O for MPI-IOFAST '08Francisco Javier Garcia Blas, Florin Isailặ, J. Carretero
    Towards a Performance Model for Virtualised Multi-Tier Storage SystemsFAST '08Abigail S. Lebrecht, Peter G. Harrison, William J. Knottenbelt
    How Private are Home Directories?FAST '08Carlos Maltzahn
    Dynamic Load Balancing in CephFAST '08Esteban Molina-Estolano, Carlos Maltzahn, Scott Brandt
    Ringer: A Global-Scale Lightweight P2P File ServiceFAST '08Ian Pye, Scott Brandt, Carlos Maltzahn
    The New and Improved FileBenchFAST '08Andrew Wilson
    Zumastor Storage Project: Enterprise NAS for LinuxFAST '08Jiaying Zhang
    HyFS: A Highly Available Distributed File SystemFAST '08Jianqiang Luo, Mochan Shrestha, Lihao Xu
    Virtualizing Disk Performance with FahrradFAST '08Anna Povzner, Scott Brandt, Richard Golding, Theodore Wong, Carlos Maltzahn
    RADoN: QoS in Storage NetworksFAST '08Tim Kaldeway, Carlos Maltzahn
    Improving Efficiency and Enhancing Concurrency of Untrusted StorageFAST '08Christian Cachin, Idit Keider, Alexander Shraer
    Reliability Markov Models are Becoming Unreliable FAST '08Kevin Greenan, Jay J. Wylie