DF-toolkit

@article{Wagner2020DFtoolkit,
  title={DF-toolkit},
  author={James Wagner and A. Rasin and K. Heart and T. Malik and J. Grier},
  journal={Proceedings of the VLDB Endowment},
  year={2020},
  volume={13},
  pages={2845 - 2848}
}
Applications in several areas, such as privacy, security, and integrity validation, require direct access to database management system (DBMS) storage. However, relational DBMSes are designed for physical data independence, and thus limit internal storage exposure. Consequently, applications either cannot be enabled or access storage with ad-hoc solutions, such as querying the ROWID (which can expose physical record location within DBMS storage but not within OS storage) or using DBMS "page… Expand
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