@utsaslab

UT Systems and Storage Lab

We are building the next generation of storage systems with stronger reliability and higher performance.

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  1. crashmonkey

    CrashMonkey and Ace (OSDI 18)

    C++ 52 7

  2. pebblesdb

    The PebblesDB write-optimized key-value store (SOSP 17)

    C++ 181 33

  • CrashMonkey and Ace (OSDI 18)

    C++ 52 7 Apache-2.0 1 issue needs help Updated Oct 18, 2018
  • The new Rust user-space file system

    Rust 4 1 Updated Oct 18, 2018
  • A Java Native Interface to LevelDB

    Shell 104 BSD-3-Clause Updated Oct 15, 2018
  • Yahoo! Cloud Serving Benchmark

    Java 1,369 Apache-2.0 Updated Oct 15, 2018
  • The PebblesDB write-optimized key-value store (SOSP 17)

    C++ 181 33 BSD-3-Clause Updated Oct 6, 2018
  • A library for doing atomic updates in a file-system agnostic manner.

    C 3 Apache-2.0 Updated May 23, 2018
  • Introducing FLSM into the RocksDB key-value store

    C++ 5 2,611 Updated May 16, 2018
  • MongoDB storage integration layer for the PebblesDB storage engine

    C++ 2 72 Updated Apr 10, 2018
  • Website for the UT Systems and Storage Research Group

    HTML Updated Feb 19, 2018
  • Facebook's branch of the Oracle MySQL v5.6 database. This includes MyRocks.

    C++ 472 GPL-2.0 Updated Feb 17, 2018
  • ros_comm

    Forked from ros/ros_comm

    ROS communications-related packages, including core client libraries (roscpp, rospy, roslisp) and graph introspection tools (rostopic, rosnode, rosservice, rosparam).

    Python 492 Updated Feb 15, 2018
  • AutoOsync is a tool that makes libraries OptFS compatible, getting sometimes a performance that's an order of magnitude higher than before, while achieving the same level of safety guarantee. It requires minimal programmer intervention.

    Python 2 Apache-2.0 Updated Jul 24, 2017
  • Java 4 Updated Dec 19, 2013
  • The Optimistic File System (OptFS) is a Linux ext4 variant that implements Optimistic Crash Consistency, a new approach to crash consistency in journaling file systems. OptFS improves performance for many workloads, sometimes by an order of magnitude. OptFS provides strong consistency, equivalent to data journaling mode of ext4.

    C 20 4 Updated Nov 12, 2013
  • The No-Order File System (NoFS)

    C 13 4 Updated Oct 23, 2012
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