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Modern servers are actively deploying Solid-State Drives (SSDs) thanks to their high throughput and low latency. However, current server architects cannot achieve the full performance potential of commodity SSDs, as SSDs are complex devices designed for specific goals (e.g., latency, throughput,...
We propose repair pipelining, a technique that speeds up the repair performance in general erasure-coded storage. By carefully scheduling the repair of failed data in small-size units across storage nodes in a pipelined manner, repair pipelining reduces the single-block repair time to...
Due to large data volume and low latency requirements of modern web services, the use of an in-memory key-value (KV) cache often becomes an inevitable choice (e.g., Redis and Memcached). The in-memory cache holds hot data, reduces request latency, and alleviates the load on background databases....
Key-value store based on a log-structured merge-tree (LSM-tree) is preferable to hash-based key-value store, because an LSM-tree can support a wider variety of operations and show better performance, especially for writes. However, LSM-tree is difficult to implement in the resource constrained...
Byte-addressable, non-volatile memory (NVM) presents an opportunity to rethink the entire system stack. We present Twizzler, an operating system redesign for this near-future. Twizzler removes the kernel from the I/O path, provides programs with memory-style access to persistent data using small...
We analyze how file systems and modern data-intensive applications react to fsync failures. First, we characterize how three Linux file systems (ext4, XFS, Btrfs) behave in the presence of failures. We find commonalities across file systems (pages are always marked clean, certain block writes...
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