New NOVA Filesystem

Posted by bob on Jun 12, 2018 4:05 PM EDT
Linux Journal; By Zack Brown
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Andiry Xu posted patches for a new filesystem called NOVA (NOn-Volatile memory Accelerated). Normal RAM chips are wiped every time you turn off your computer. Non-volatile RAM retains its data across reboots. Their project targeted byte-addressable non-volatile memory chips, such as Intel's 3DXpoint DIMMs.

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