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Flash Memory Integration : Performance and Energy Issues.

By: Boukhobza, Jalil.
Contributor(s): Olivier, Pierre.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: San Diego : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (268 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780081011584.Subject(s): Flash memories (Computers)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Flash Memory Integration : Performance and Energy IssuesDDC classification: 004.53 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- Dedication -- Flash Memory Integration: Performance and Energy Considerations -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Acknowledgments by Jalil Boukhobza -- Acknowledgments by Pierre Olivier -- Foreword 1 -- Foreword 2 -- Part 1 Introduction -- Chapter 1. General Introduction -- 1.1. The outburst of digital data -- 1.2. Performance and power consumption of storage systems -- 1.3. Memory hierarchy and storage technology -- 1.4. Introduction to flash memory integration -- 1.5. Scope of the book -- 1.6. Target audience -- 1.7. Outline of the book -- 1.8. How to read this book -- Chapter 2. Flash Memories: Structure and Constraints -- 2.1. General presentation of flash memory -- 2.2. Constraints and limitations -- 2.3. Flash memory constraint management systems: general concepts -- 2.4. Conclusion -- Chapter 3. Evaluation of Performance and Power Consumption of Storage Systems -- 3.1. Benchmarking storage systems based on flash memory -- 3.2. Performance and power consumption metrics of storage systems -- 3.3. Performance and power consumption measurements for flash memory based storage systems -- 3.4. Evaluation of performance and power consumption through simulation -- 3.5. Conclusion -- Part 2 Embedded Domain and File Systems for Flash Memory: Flash File Systems -- Chapter 4. Flash File Systems -- 4.1. General presentation of FFSs -- 4.2. Integration of FFS storage systems in computer systems: the Linux example -- 4.3. Presentation of the most popular FFSs: JFFS2, YAFFS2 and UBIFS -- 4.4. Other state-of-the-art FFSs -- 4.5. Conclusion -- Chapter 5. Methodology for Performance and Power Consumption Exploration of Flash File Systems -- 5.1. General presentation of exploration methodology -- 5.2. A toolset for performance exploration of FFS-based systems on Linux -- 5.3. Exploration of power consumption: Open-PEOPLE platform.
5.4. Conclusion -- Chapter 6. Performance and Power Consumption of Dedicated File Systems: Experimental Results -- 6.1. Hardware and driver levels -- 6.2. Exploration at the FFS level: focus on JFFS2 -- 6.3. VFS level -- 6.4. Conclusion -- Part 3 Flash Translation Layers -- Chapter 7. Flash Translation Layer -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. Basic mapping schemes -- 7.3. Complex mapping schemes -- 7.4. Wear leveling -- 7.5. Garbage collection algorithms -- 7.6. Cache mechanisms for flash memory -- 7.7. Conclusion -- Chapter 8. Methodology for the Evaluation of SSD Performance and Power Consumption -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. I/O software stack in Linux -- 8.3. Context: the Cloud -- 8.4. I/O monitoring tools for performance exploration -- 8.5. Performance and energy consumption analysis -- 8.6. Conclusion -- Chapter 9. Performance and Power Consumption of SSD Based Systems: Experimental Results -- 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. Impact of I/Os on performance and energy consumption -- 9.3. A macroscopic view of performance and power consumption of storage systems -- 9.4. A microscopic view of performance and power consumption of storage systems -- 9.5. Conclusions -- Part 4 Emerging Non-volatile Memories -- Chapter 10. Emerging Non-volatile Memories -- 10.1. Introduction -- 10.2. NVM integration -- 10.3. PCM or phase-change memory -- 10.4. MRAM or magneto-resistive memory -- 10.5. FeRAM or ferroelectric memory -- 10.6. ReRAM or resistive memory -- 10.7. Conclusion -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index -- Back Cover.
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Front Cover -- Dedication -- Flash Memory Integration: Performance and Energy Considerations -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Acknowledgments by Jalil Boukhobza -- Acknowledgments by Pierre Olivier -- Foreword 1 -- Foreword 2 -- Part 1 Introduction -- Chapter 1. General Introduction -- 1.1. The outburst of digital data -- 1.2. Performance and power consumption of storage systems -- 1.3. Memory hierarchy and storage technology -- 1.4. Introduction to flash memory integration -- 1.5. Scope of the book -- 1.6. Target audience -- 1.7. Outline of the book -- 1.8. How to read this book -- Chapter 2. Flash Memories: Structure and Constraints -- 2.1. General presentation of flash memory -- 2.2. Constraints and limitations -- 2.3. Flash memory constraint management systems: general concepts -- 2.4. Conclusion -- Chapter 3. Evaluation of Performance and Power Consumption of Storage Systems -- 3.1. Benchmarking storage systems based on flash memory -- 3.2. Performance and power consumption metrics of storage systems -- 3.3. Performance and power consumption measurements for flash memory based storage systems -- 3.4. Evaluation of performance and power consumption through simulation -- 3.5. Conclusion -- Part 2 Embedded Domain and File Systems for Flash Memory: Flash File Systems -- Chapter 4. Flash File Systems -- 4.1. General presentation of FFSs -- 4.2. Integration of FFS storage systems in computer systems: the Linux example -- 4.3. Presentation of the most popular FFSs: JFFS2, YAFFS2 and UBIFS -- 4.4. Other state-of-the-art FFSs -- 4.5. Conclusion -- Chapter 5. Methodology for Performance and Power Consumption Exploration of Flash File Systems -- 5.1. General presentation of exploration methodology -- 5.2. A toolset for performance exploration of FFS-based systems on Linux -- 5.3. Exploration of power consumption: Open-PEOPLE platform.

5.4. Conclusion -- Chapter 6. Performance and Power Consumption of Dedicated File Systems: Experimental Results -- 6.1. Hardware and driver levels -- 6.2. Exploration at the FFS level: focus on JFFS2 -- 6.3. VFS level -- 6.4. Conclusion -- Part 3 Flash Translation Layers -- Chapter 7. Flash Translation Layer -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. Basic mapping schemes -- 7.3. Complex mapping schemes -- 7.4. Wear leveling -- 7.5. Garbage collection algorithms -- 7.6. Cache mechanisms for flash memory -- 7.7. Conclusion -- Chapter 8. Methodology for the Evaluation of SSD Performance and Power Consumption -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. I/O software stack in Linux -- 8.3. Context: the Cloud -- 8.4. I/O monitoring tools for performance exploration -- 8.5. Performance and energy consumption analysis -- 8.6. Conclusion -- Chapter 9. Performance and Power Consumption of SSD Based Systems: Experimental Results -- 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. Impact of I/Os on performance and energy consumption -- 9.3. A macroscopic view of performance and power consumption of storage systems -- 9.4. A microscopic view of performance and power consumption of storage systems -- 9.5. Conclusions -- Part 4 Emerging Non-volatile Memories -- Chapter 10. Emerging Non-volatile Memories -- 10.1. Introduction -- 10.2. NVM integration -- 10.3. PCM or phase-change memory -- 10.4. MRAM or magneto-resistive memory -- 10.5. FeRAM or ferroelectric memory -- 10.6. ReRAM or resistive memory -- 10.7. Conclusion -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index -- Back Cover.

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