Oracle Helps Linux Get Enhanced Data Integrity

Wednesday Dec 3rd 2008 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Supporters say the new kernel technology could make Linux the safest OS for data. But will other vendors join in?

[From InternetNews]

When you click "Save" for a file, you expect that the file will be saved. Unfortunately, due to a variety of reasons, that doesn't always happen. > If you're a Linux user, though, you might now have better success than other operating systems' users, thanks to new, block I/O data integrity infrastructure code from Oracle that's become part of the mainline kernel.

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