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Provenance-Aware Storage Systems
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A Provenance-Aware Storage System (PASS) is a storage system that automatically collects, stores, manages, and provides search for provenance. Expand
Network-Aware Operator Placement for Stream-Processing Systems
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We present an evaluation of the SBON approach through simulation, experiments on PlanetLab, and an integration with Borealis, an existing stream-processing engine. Expand
Network Coordinates in the Wild
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This paper examines the performance of Internet-scale network embeddings through the study of a subset of a million-node live coordinate system. Expand
Berkeley DB
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Berkeley DB is an Open Source embedded database system with a number of key advantages over comparable systems. Expand
World Wide Web Cache Consistency
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We show that a weak cache consistency protocol (the one used in the Alex ftp cache) reduces network bandwidth consumption and server load more than either time-to-live fields or an invalidation protocol and can be tuned to return stale data less than 5% of the time. Expand
An Implementation of a Log-Structured File System for UNIX
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This paper presents a redesign and implementation of the Sprite [ROSE91] log-structured file system that is more robust and integrated into the vnode interface [KLEI86]. Expand
Disk Scheduling Revisited
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We propose two algorithms to optimize head movement and guarantee fairness in response time, in the presence of long disk queues. Expand
LLAMA: Efficient graph analytics using Large Multiversioned Arrays
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We present LLAMA, a graph storage and analysis system that supports mutability and persistence using multi-versioned array snapshots, making it ideal for applications that receive a steady stream of new data, but need to perform whole-graph analysis on consistent views of the data. Expand
Dealing with disaster: surviving misbehaved kernel extensions
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We present an analysis of extension mechanisms in the VINO kernel. Expand
Passive NFS Tracing of Email and Research Workloads
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We present an analysis of a pair of NFS traces of contemporary email and research workloads. Expand
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