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Stanley Luke, Howard Hall, Christopher Cochrane, Stephen Ferrari, Mitchell Condylis, Milan Merhar: Switching system. Sun Microsystems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, January 10, 2006: US06985956 (356 worldwide citation)

Methods and systems consistent with certain aspects related to the present invention provide a digital network having a plurality of data storage elements, at least one client, and a switch element. The switch element may be operable to receive access requests from the client and provide access to d ...


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William Edward Snaman Jr, Saikrishnan Krishnamurthy, Mitchell Condylis: Updating object attributes in a lock-coupled namespace traversal. Dell Products, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds P C, October 24, 2017: US09798765

A deferred mechanism of rolling attribute changes to objects at transaction commit time is described. To support rolling updates, attributes are categorized into three types—increment, decrement or replace. Since transactions are committed in order, the update process uses a notification list of dep ...


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William Edward Snaman Jr, Saikrishnan Krishnamurthy, Mitchell Condylis: Updating object attributes in a lock-coupled namespace traversal. Dell Products, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds P C, July 26, 2016: US09400819

A deferred mechanism of rolling attribute changes to objects at transaction commit time is described. To support rolling updates, attributes are categorized into three types—increment, decrement or replace. Since transactions are committed in order, the update process uses a notification list of dep ...


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Stanley Luke, Howard Hall, Christopher Cochrane, Stephen Ferrari, Mitchell Condylis, Milan Merhar: Switching system. Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, July 8, 2004: US20040133634-A1

A digital network comprises a plurality of data storage elements (104), at least one client (102) and a switch element (106) operable to receive access requests from the client (102) and provide access to data on the storage elements (104) in response to access requests.