Oracle Helps Linux Get Enhanced Data Integrity

Wednesday Dec 3rd 2008 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff

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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