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Solid state drives (SSDs) allow single-drive performance that is far greater than disks can produce. Their low latency and potential for parallel operations mean that they are able to read and write data at speeds that strain operating system I/O interfaces. Additionally, their performance characteristics expose gaps in existing benchmarking methodologies. We discuss the impact on Linux system design of a prototype PCI Express SSD that operates at least an order of magnitude faster than mostdoi:10.1109/msst.2010.5496976 dblp:conf/mss/SeppanenOL10 fatcat:3g4jq2tk4ncmnaklq22hf6nmmm