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CHAPTER 17 - Distributed File Systems > Bibliographical Notes

Bibliographical Notes

Consistency and recovery control for replicated files are examined by Davcev and Burkhard [1985]. Management of replicated files in a UNIX environment is covered by Brereton [1986] and Purdin et al. [1987]. Wah [1984] discusses the issue of file placement on distributed computer systems. A detailed survey of mainly centralized file servers appears in Svobodova [1984].
Sun’s network file system (NFS) is described by Callaghan [2000] and Sandberg et al. [1985]. The AFS system is discussed by Morris et al. [1986], Howard et al. [1988], and Satyanarayanan [1990]. Information about OpenAFS is available from http://www.openafs.org
Many different and interesting DFSs are not covered in detail in this text, including UNIX United, Sprite, and Locus. UNIX United is described by Brownbridge et al. [1982]. The Locus system is discussed by Popek and Walker [1985]. The Sprite system is described by Ousterhout et al. [1988] and Nelson et al. [1988]. Distributed file systems for mobile storage devices are discussed in Kistler and Satyanarayanan [1992] and Sobti et al. [2004]. Considerable research has also been performed on cluster-based distributed file systems (Anderson et al. [1995], Lee and Thekkath [1996], Thekkath et al. [1997], and Anderson et al. [2000]). Distributed storage systems for large-scale, wide-area settings are presented in Dabek et al. [2001] and Kubiatowi....

  

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