The concept of balancing data access for performance seems to fly in the face of single-level-store, no? Isn't a core concept behind SLS that the "higher-level" OS functions don't care about where on disk something is stored, it's all presented to anything above the TIMI as one gigantic memory space. If decisions on where to write data are being made based on knowledge of the underlying storage infrastructure haven't we poked some rather major holes in the MI layer?
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