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Flash Reliability in Production: The Expected and the Unexpected
USENIX Conference on File and Storage Technologies
As solid state drives based on flash technology are becoming a staple for persistent data storage in data centers, it is important to understand their reliability characteristics. While there is a large body of work based on experiments with individual flash chips in a controlled lab environment under synthetic workloads, there is a dearth of information on their behavior in the field. This paper provides a large-scale field study covering many millions of drive days, ten different drivedblp:conf/fast/SchroederLM16 fatcat:e3tgpsrnlzhqxn3xqufuuikfra