Christopher N. Bond

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Suppose a long-running analytical query is executing on a database server and has been allocated a large amount of physical memory. A high-priority task comes in and we need to run it immediately with all available resources. We have several choices. We could swap out the old query to disk, but writing out a large execution state may take too much time.(More)
Consider a long-running, resource-intensive query Q running on a database management system (DBMS). Suppose another task T with much higher priority arrives, and we need to process T as quickly as possible and with all available resources. Ideally, the system should suspend the execution of Q, quickly release all resources held by Q, and start T using all(More)
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