2 Chapter Chapter 9 Magnetic and Solid-State Storage Devices
3 Objectives Explain how magnetic principles are applied to data storage. Explain disk geometry. Identify disk partition systems. Recall common file systems and their characteristics. Use Disk Defragmenter and Chkdsk. Carry out a PATA, a SATA, and an esata hard drive installation. Compare SAS and SCSI technologies.
4 Objectives (Continued) Recall the uses of Solid-State Drives and their advantages over disk and disc storage devices. Use Computer Management to create a Virtual Hard Disk.
5 Key Terms active partition actuator arm AT Attachment (ATA) basic disk benchmark tests cluster cylinder defragment disk signature dynamic disk EFI System Partition (ESP) encrypted file system (EFS) Enhanced Integrated Drive Electronics (EIDE) extended file allocation table (exfat)
6 Key Terms (Continued) FAT16 FAT32 floppy disk floppy disk drive GUID Partition Table (GPT) high-level format Integrated Drive Electronics (IDE) interleave factor logical drive logical unit number (LUN) low-level format Master Boot Record (MBR) Microsoft Reserved Partition (MSR)
7 Key Terms (Continued) multiple zone recording (MZR) New Technology File System (NTFS) parallel ATA (PATA) primary partition proprietary recovery partition protective MBR read/write head Resilient File System (ReFS) SCSI ID number sector Serial ATA (SATA) Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Small Computer System Interface (SCSI)
8 Key Terms (Continued) solid-state disc caching Solid-State Drive (SSD) tracks virtual file allocation table (VFAT) Virtual Hard Disk (VHD) volume mount points
9 Magnetic Storage Devices Magnetism is used to record data. Magnetic storage devices include three types of drives. Hard drives Floppy drives Tape drive systems
10 Magnetic Storage Devices (Continued) Electromagnetic principles Electromagnetic principles allow hard drives and floppy disks to store volumes of data. Converting data into magnetic patterns Data can be stored on a magnetic disk or tape. The read/write head is the mechanism that records information to and reads information from a magnetic medium. Converting magnetic patterns into data An electric signal is generated from the magnetic patterns.
11 Magnetic Storage Devices (Continued) Hard disk drive Hard disk drive consists of several platters in a stack. Filters are used to catch particles produced during normal read/write operations. An actuator arm is a device that moves the head over the disk.
12 Magnetic Storage Devices (Continued) The read/write heads float just above the spinning disk of a hard drive. Goodheart-Willcox Publisher
13 Magnetic Storage Devices (Continued) Floppy disk and drive A floppy disk is a soft magnetic disk used for storing small to moderate amounts of information. Floppy disks are rarely used today. Data is stored on removable diskettes. Floppy disk drives read and write to floppy disks and are almost completely obsolete.
14 Magnetic Storage Devices (Continued) Tape drive Earliest removable storage media used was the tape drive. Read/write head transfers data to and from the tape. Data is stored on the tape as a long series of magnetic pulses.
15 Magnetic Storage Devices (Continued) Typical Tape Drive Goodheart-Willcox Publisher
16 Review The magnetic polarity produced by a conductor is directly related to the direction of through the wire. current The magnetic patterns left on a disk represent numbers. binary
17 Disk Geometry Surface of the disk is divided into sections used as storage areas for data. Tracks are a set of concentric circles where data is stored on a disk. The tracks are subdivided into physical sections called sectors. Cluster, also referred to as allocation units, describes file storage space and usually consists of one or more sectors. The smallest sector or cluster size is 512 bytes.
18 Disk Geometry (Continued) A cylinder is a vertical collection of one set of tracks. There is one cylinder for every stack of tracks. The GUID Partition Table (GPT) is an area of the hard disk containing information about the disk partition and the type of storage media used. Contains information about bytes per sector, sectors per cluster, and number of tracks, etc. Located as a hidden, protected area in each partition.
19 Disk Geometry (Continued) The Master Boot Record (MBR) is an area of the hard disk that contains information about the physical characteristics of the drive, the disk partitions, and the boot procedure. Also referred to as the boot sector. Located as a hidden protected area on the first sector.
20 Disk Geometry (Continued) Disk geometry is created in three major steps. Low-level format Partitioning Forming
21 Disk Geometry (Continued) Typical Disk Geometry Goodheart-Willcox Publisher
22 Disk Geometry (Continued) Low-level format The low-level format is a process that determines the type of encoding to be done on the disk platter and the sequence in which the read/write heads will access stored data. Interleave factor describes the way the sectors are laid out on a disk surface. Unique to each disk design. Low level format arranges the locations of the sectors on the disks.
23 Disk Geometry (Continued) Multiple zone recording (MZR), also called zone bit recording, provides twice as many sectors in the outermost tracks as compared to the innermost tracks.
24 Disk Geometry (Continued) Multiple Zone Recording Compared to Early Disk Drive Goodheart-Willcox Publisher
25 Disk Partition Systems Hard drive partition systems have become complicated in recent years. There are several purposes for partitioning. Install multiple operating systems Separate file types, such as system management files and data files Improve security of drives Overcome operating system size limitations Allow smaller cluster sizes to be used
26 Disk Partition Systems (Continued) When a disk is partitioned, it is divided into separate storage areas often referred to as logic drives with one active partition. A logical drive is not a physically separate drive, although, it appears to the user as a separate drive. The active partition is the partition from which the operating system will boot.
27 Disk Partition Systems (Continued) MBR partitions MBR partition contains partition information and a small amount of executable code that starts the computer operating system. Hard disk drives must contain at least one primary partition, which is used to contain the operating system, boot, and data files. MBR-based hard drives can contain up to four primary partitions or three primary partitions and one extended partition.
28 Disk Partition Systems (Continued) GPT partitions GPT partitions can handle large hard disk drives better than MBR. GPT partitions are designed to support hard disk drive storage sizes of up to 18 exabytes (EB). Users may create 128 primary partitions on a disk system initialized with GPT.
29 Disk Partition Systems (Continued) GPT partition arrangements EFI System Partition (ESP) is a special area of the hard disk drive intended for use solely by the firmware, typically containing files and data required to boot the computer system; EFI stands for Extensible Firmware Interface. Microsoft Reserved Partition (MSR), or System Reserved Partition, is a partition on a data storage device and is required for GUID partition tables.
30 Disk Partition Systems (Continued) GPT partition arrangements Primary partition contains boot files and is created by the Microsoft operating system during the installation process. Proprietary recovery partition, also known as Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) partition, is an optional partition created by the system s Original Equipment Manufacturer.
31 Disk Partition Systems (Continued) Possible Partition Arrangements Goodheart-Willcox Publisher
32 Disk Partition Systems (Continued) UEFI specification partition terminology A guide for standardizing the way partitions are arranged and where files are stored. Protective MBR is used to protect the GPT when legacy software tools are used to repair the MBR. Contains the boot loader program. UEFI Specification for Disk Partitions Goodheart-Willcox Publisher
33 Disk Partition Systems (Continued) Initializing a disk A hard drive must first be initialized before partitioning. A disk signature identifies the disk type and properties. Type of partition style is selected and created during initializing.
34 Disk Partition Systems (Continued) Partitioning a disk can be done using utilities incorporated in modern operating systems. Utilities are accessed in one of two ways. DiskPart command-line utility Disk Management
35 Disk Partition Systems (Continued) Partitioning a Disk DiskPart Utility Manages disk partitions and volumes from the command prompt. More complex than Fdisk utility. Disk Management Located through the Computer Management feature. Provides easy access to disk drives. Allows information to be easily displayed about each drive and its partition.
36 Review What is the maximum number of primary partitions identified by a standard MBR-based hard disk drive? Up to four primary partitions or three primary partitions and one extended partition. What is the largest partition size supported by GPT? 18 EB
37 File System Formats After a hard disk drive is partitioned, it must be formatted. File system formats FAT16 FAT32 exfat NTFS ReFS
38 File System Formats (Continued) FAT16 and FAT32 FAT 16 is a file system in which file storage information is recorded with 16 bits of data. FAT32 is a file system in which file storage information is recorded with 32 bits of data. Virtual file allocation table (VFAT) is a method of programming the FAT16 file system to allow long file capabilities similar to FAT32. Used for operating systems prior to Windows 95 OSR2. Total number of file names in the root directory is limited.
39 File System Formats (Continued) The extended file allocation table (exfat) is a proprietary Microsoft design for portable devices such as USB flash drives and flash memory cards. Can be used to format external hard disk drives. Extends the memory card capacity from 32 GB to 2TB. The default file format for the Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC) memory card, which is used in portable devices.
40 File System Formats (Continued) New Technology File System (NTFS) is a file system found in Windows NT and Windows Features improve security and storage capacity and are compatible with FAT16. Supports its own file compression system. Disk quotas can be set with NTFS. Dynamic Disk is based on NTFS technology.
41 File System Formats (Continued) New Technology File System (NTFS) The encrypted file system (EFS) is the native encryption system used with NTFS. NTFS supports its own file compression system. Disk quotas can be set using NTFS.
42 File System Formats (Continued) New Technology File System (NTFS) Dynamic disk is an improved version of the NTFS file system. Basic disk refers to the traditional FAT16, FAT32, exfat, and NTFS file storage system. Volume mount points allow a volume to be attached to a directory structure. Storage Spaces is a feature that allows drives to be configured into a pool of storage devices.
43 File System Formats (Continued) Resilient File System (ReFS) is a Microsoft file system with the capability to more likely recover after a major catastrophe such as a power outage or system failure. ReFS is the newest Microsoft file system. Maintains copies of the file contents on two or more disks. Intended for use on a network server designed for data storage.
44 File System Formats (Continued) Formatting a disk A disk must be formatted before it can be used. High-level format is a process used to prepare the disk for file storage. Data can be recovered after a high-level format takes place. The Disk Management tool is typically used.
45 Disk and File Maintenance Two common tools are used to perform routine maintenance required on disk drives. Disk Defragmenter Chkdsk Before using the tools, the user must know how files become fragmented.
46 Disk and File Maintenance (Continued) Disk Defragmenter Defragment is the rearranging of clusters on the disk so each file is stored in consecutive clusters. This feature can be scheduled by default but can be reconfigured. Chkdsk Chkdsk checks and repairs the integrity of the file system on a hard drive. Chkdsk will run as a GUI.
47 Disk and File Maintenance (Continued) Performance measures Benchmark tests are conducted to compare different hardware and software. Hard drive performance is judged on such items as access time, latency, or seek time. Refer to the amount of time taken to position the read/write head over the proper sector. Measured in microseconds. Data transfer rate is also a standard of measurement; measured in megabytes per second (MBps).
48 Review What is the purpose of Disk Defragmenter? To defragment files, or to organize file clusters in sequential order.
49 PATA and SATA Hard Disk Interface AT Attachment (ATA) is the standard for disk drive interface that integrates the controller into the disk drive. Parallel ATA (PATA) is an interface standard for the connection of storage devices. PATA is in use today and is referred to as IDE or EIDE. Integrated Drive Electronics (IDE) was an early standard for a disk drive interface that integrated the controller into the disk drive.
50 PATA and SATA Hard Disk Interface (Continued) Enhanced Integrated Drive Electronics (EIDE) is a term introduced by the Western Digital Corporation to describe hard drives that originally used ATA standard known as ATA-2, Fast ATA, or Fast ATA-2. Serial ATA (SATA) is an interface standard developed to overcome the limitations of the ATA drive.
51 PATA and SATA Hard Disk Interface (Continued) PATA drive installation Two hard drives are connected to the motherboard. Jumper settings are required. SATA drive installation Cable connectors are keyed. SATA drive installation includes two sets of connectors: power and data.
52 PATA and SATA Hard Disk Interface (Continued) SATA/PATA External Adapter Goodheart-Willcox Publisher
53 PATA and SATA Hard Disk Interface (Continued) esata drive installation esata can be connected through SATA bays. An adapter kit allows for drive to be connected to an external USB port.
54 SCSI Interface System Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) is the standard system used by Macintosh/Apple and many UNIX mainframe systems to connect peripherals. SCSI was developed to remedy compatibility problems. SCSI is designed to free the CPS from processing all data transactions. Many SCSI systems are not compatible with each other.
55 SCSI Interface System (Continued) Advantages of SCSI It can be connected inside or outside the computer. It can disconnect communication between devices when needed. Equipment can be easily exchanged. SCSI ID SCSI devices must have a unique SCSI ID number, which is used to identify that device. The ID range for typical SCSI-1 is from 0 to 7. Additional devices are identified using a logical unit number (LUN) between 0 to 7.
56 SCSI Interface System (Continued) SCSI ID jumpers Older SCSI systems used jumpers to identify devices. Jumpers are used to make an electrical connection across a pair of pins. Jumpers are set in the binary pattern that represents the SCSI ID number. SCSI commands and terminology Commands are used to control the flow of data and the communications between targets and initiators. Nine special control signals are used in a SCSI system.
57 SCSI Interface System (Continued) SCSI cable SCSI cable is designed in many variations. Differentials are single-ended or double-ended. SCSI termination Cable termination is classified as either passive or active. Each end of cable must be terminated immediately after the last device on the end of the cable.
58 SCSI Interface System (Continued) SCSI bus operation Control can only be attempted while there is no active BSY or SEL signal on the bus. The device that has control is the initiator. The arbitration phase is when a device attempted to take control of the bus; the selection phase is when the device has taken control and identifies the target device. Serial Attached SCSI is the latest development for SCSI technology.
59 Solid-State Drives A Solid-State Drive (SSD) uses flash memory chips in place of disks for storage. SSDs transfer data quicker than disk storage. SSDs are commonly found in portable computers. SSDs are quicker than traditional hard drives and can be used to augment the hard drive system in desktop computers. When the SSD is used as a temporary storage location for frequently accessed files or programs, it is referred to as solid-state disc caching.
61 Virtual Hard Disk A Virtual Hard Disk (VHD) is a file that behaves exactly like a physical hard disk. A VHD is used as backup location for the existing operating system. A VHD is used to run another operating system. A VHD is used to test a new operating system.
62 Review What Windows utility is used to create a VHD? Disk Management in Computer Management or the MMC.
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