By John Ousterhout, Parag Agrawal, David Erickson, Christos Kozyrakis, Jacob Leverich, David Mazières, Subhasish Mitra, Aravind Narayanan, Diego Ongaro, Guru Parulkar, Mendel Rosenblum, Stephen M. Rumble, Eric Stratmann, Ryan Stutsman
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Vol. 54 No. 7, Pages 121-130
10.1145/1965724.1965751 Comments (1)
With scalable high-performance storage entirely in DRAM, RAMCloud will enable a new breed of data-intensive applications.
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September 10, 2012 12:55
It's pretty oibuovs that if files are deleted and there's a possibility to restore then, then some disk space should be allocated to keep the deleted files there in compressed format. But cleanup doesn't actually clean all the files down completely with the special software, it is still possible to recover deleted files. This is why NASA or some other american agency has a rule that the information is considered non-recoverable only when it's been overwritten more than 9 times.
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