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Section - [3.10] NAStore {Brief}

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From: Hierarchical Storage Management

NAStore is a Unix migrating file system developed by the Numerical
Aerodynamic Simulation program at NASA Ames. It is available through
NASA's software distribution agency, COSMIC. It currently runs only on
Convex with 34x0 cartridges and Storage Tek robots. Looks like a local
file system to users of the Convex.  Available with source.

Info on NAStore can be found on the web at
http://chuck.nas.nasa.gov/NAStore/NAStoreQR.html

        COSMIC's address is :
        University of Georgia
        382 East Broad Street
        Athens, Georgia, 30602-4272, US
        011-706-542-3265
        service@cossack.cosmic.uga.edu

For more information on NAStore, contact John Lekashman, lekash@nas.nasa.gov.
(info from Bill Ross, bross@nas.nasa.gov, 94/9/15)

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