Energy Conservation for Real-Time Disk Systems With I/O Burstiness

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Executive Summary

Energy conservation has become a critical problem for real-time embedded storage systems. Although a variety of approaches to reducing energy consumption has been extensively studied, energy conservation for real-time embedded storage systems is still an open problem. In this paper, the authors propose an energy management strategy (IBEC) using I/O burstiness for real time embedded storage systems. Their approach aims at blending the IBEC energy management strategy with low level disk scheduling mechanism to conserve energy consumed by storage systems.

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