Tux3 Report: Meet Shardmap, the designated successor of HTree

Pavel Machek pavel at ucw.cz
Mon Jun 24 07:18:35 PDT 2013


> At first you came up with a file system that can handle a great
> many/billions files and has ACID feature, which are both features of
> my Ontologic File System (OntoFS; see [1]). Both were said to be a
> no-go at that time (around 2007 and 2008).
> Then you came up, with my concept of a log-structured hashing based
> file system [2] and [3], presented it as your invention yesterday
> [4], and even integrated it with your Tux3 file system that already
> has or should have the said features of my OntoFS. I only waited for
> this step by somebody strongly connected with the company Samsung
> since the October 2012. AIso, I do think that both steps are very
> clear signs that shows what is going on behind the curtain.
> And now your are so bold and please me that I should credit these
> ideas in the sense of crediting your ideas. For sure, I always do
> claim for copyright of my ideas, and the true question is if you are
> allowed to implement them at all. In this conjunction, I would give

Fortunately, you can't copyright ideas. Chuck Norris managed to do it
once, but you can't.

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