We consider storage systems in which K files are stored over N nodes. A node may be systematic for a particular file in the sense that access to it gives access to the file. Alternatively, a node may be coded, meaning that it gives access to a particular file only when combined with other nodes (which may be coded or systematic). Requests for file f k arrive at rate λ k , and we are interested in the rate that can be served by a particular system. In this paper, we determine the set of request arrival rates for the a 3-file coded storage system. We also provide an algorithm to maximize the rate of requests served for file K given λ1, . . ., λK−1 in a general K-file case.