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Mass storage requirements in the intelligence community

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2 Author(s)
Myers, T. ; Supercomput. Res. Center, Bowie, MD, USA ; Williams, E.

The major requirements established among a significant portion of mass storage system workloads in the intelligence community are large numbers (10/sup 7/-10/sup 9/) of objects and a range of small (10 bits) to large-sized (10/sup 8/-10/sup 10/ bits) data objects. Two very different but representative workloads are presented, one centralized and the other distributed.<>

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Mass Storage Systems, 1991. Digest of Papers., Eleventh IEEE Symposium on

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7-10 Oct. 1991

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