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A file system for managing data files for access by a plurality of users of a data processing system that includes internal storage for buffering, external storage, and a file user interface by which the plurality of users request access to data files. A first level, coupled to the file user interfa ...


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Arno S Krakauer, Dieter Gawlick, John A Colgrove, Richard B Wilmot II: File system for a plurality of storage classes. Amdahl Corporation, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, September 3, 1996: US05553285 (53 worldwide citation)

A file system for managing data files for access by a plurality of users of a data processing system that includes internal storage for buffering, external storage, and a file user interface by which the plurality of users request access to data files. A first level, coupled to the file user interfa ...


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Gawlick Dieter, Krakauer Arno Starr, Wilmot Richard Byron Ii, Colgrove John Alan: Systeme de fichier pour categories multiples de memoires, File system for a plurality of storage classes. Amdahl Corporation, GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON, August 31, 1993: CA1321845

A FILE SYSTEM FOR A PLURALITY OF STORAGE CLASSES Abstract of the Disclosure A file system For managing data files for accessby a plurality of users of a data processing systemthat includes internal storage for buffering, externalstorage, and a file user interface by which theplurality of users reque ...


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Krakauer Arno Starr, Gawlick Dieter, Colgrove John Alan, Wilmot Richard Byron Ii: A file system for a plurality of storage classes. Amdahl Corporation, LOVEJOY David E, November 2, 1989: WO/1989/010594

A file system for managing data files for access by a plurality of users of a data processing system that includes internal storage (41) for buffering, external storage (44), and a file user interface (I) by which the plurality of users request access to data files. A first level, coupled to the fil ...


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