Trausti Saemundsson

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In-memory object caches, such as memcached, are critical to the success of popular web sites, such as Facebook [3], by reducing database load and improving scalability [2]. The prominence of caches implies that configuring their ideal memory size has the potential for significant savings on computation resources and energy costs, but unfortunately cache(More)
Recent approximation algorithms (e.g., CounterStacks, SHARDS and AET) make lightweight, continuouslyupdated miss ratio curves (MRCs) practical for online modeling and control of LRU caches. For more complex cache-replacement policies, scaled-down simulation, introduced with SHARDS, offers a general method for emulating a given cache size by using a(More)
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