Cosmic rays don't strike twice: understanding the nature of DRAM errors and the implications for system design

@inproceedings{Hwang2012CosmicRD,
  title={Cosmic rays don't strike twice: understanding the nature of DRAM errors and the implications for system design},
  author={Andy A. Hwang and Ioan A. Stefanovici and Bianca Schroeder},
  booktitle={ASPLOS},
  year={2012}
}
Main memory is one of the leading hardware causes for machine crashes in today's datacenters. Designing, evaluating and modeling systems that are resilient against memory errors requires a good understanding of the underlying characteristics of errors in DRAM in the field. While there have recently been a few first studies on DRAM errors in production systems, these have been too limited in either the size of the data set or the granularity of the data to conclusively answer many of the open… CONTINUE READING
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