Reader-Writer Locks for Network Attached Storage and Storage Area Networks
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: Reader-Writer Locks for Network Attached Storage and Storage Area Networks
Abstract : Emerging large-scale data-storage technologies such as Storage Area Networks (SAN) and Network Attached Storage (NAS), being server-less, trade data- sharing and security semantics for high throughput and availability. This paper addresses the issue of data-sharing by presenting a Reader-Writer locking mechanism that is controlled by the storage device. Shared-read and exclusive-write access to shared data is guaranteed by maintaining simple data structures per data-item on storage devices and client nodes. Since requests are issued across the network, all locks are based on blocking. The algorithm presented here is scalable and fault-tolerant.
: Computer Science
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