Blunk Announces New Linux File Systems Benchmarks

Blunk Microsystems has released new file systems benchmarks that showcase the competitiveness of its Linux based storage solution stack, TargetFS-LKM, against the native Linux file systems - EXT4, JFFS2 and UBIFS.

San Jose, California - has released new benchmarks that showcase the competitiveness of its Linux based , TargetFS-LKM, against the native Linux file systems - EXT4, JFFS2 and UBIFS.

The measurements were made using the following well-known, standard benchmarks:

Flexible Filesystem Benchmark (FFSB)

Filebench

Flexible I/O Tester (FIO)

IOZone Filesystem Benchmark

The benchmarks were performed on eMMC, raw NAND and raw NOR memories. They focused on various read and write access patterns, as well as meta operations such as creating, renaming, removing, etc. for both files and directories.

Of note is TargetFS-LKM's superior write throughput, which is demonstrated on all the various benchmarks.

The full measured results are available at:

www.blunkmicro.com/fs-linux-benchmark.htm

About Blunk Microsystems:

Blunk Microsystems has provided high-performance for 32-bit processors since 1995. Products include a high-level IDE optimized for embedded development, an , advanced embedded file systems, IPv4 and IPv6 certified TCP/IP stacks, embedded graphics/windowing library, USB host stack, and embedded web server.

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