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Recent research has shown that even modern hard disks have complex failure modes that do not conform to "failstop" operation. Disks exhibit partial failures like block access errors and block corruption. Commodity operating systems are required to deal with such failures as commodity hard disks are known to be failure-prone. An important operating system component that is exposed to disk failures is the virtual memory system. In this paper, we examine the failure handling policies of differentdoi:10.1109/dsn.2006.26 dblp:conf/dsn/BairavasundaramAA06 fatcat:r7uotjjpurdvvaonev4ie7duwq