The "flash-friendly file system (F2FS)" is a new file system for Linux recently announced by engineers from Samsung. Unlike jffs2 and logfs, f2fs is not targeted at raw flash devices, but rather at the specific hardware that is commonly available to consumers ג SSDs, eMMC, SD cards, and other flash storage with a flash translation layer (FTL) already built in.
Required prior Knowledge will be covered by the preliminary lecture.
F2FS on the news
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Flash Friendly File System (F2FS)---audio by Leon Romanovsky and Haifux members is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
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