Eviction-based Cache Placement for Storage Caches

@inproceedings{Chen2003EvictionbasedCP,
  title={Eviction-based Cache Placement for Storage Caches},
  author={Zhifeng Chen and Yuanyuan Zhou and Kai Li},
  booktitle={USENIX Annual Technical Conference, General Track},
  year={2003}
}
Most previous work on buffer cache management uses an access-based placement policy that places a data block into a buffer cache at the block’s access time. This paper presents an eviction-based placement policy for a storage cache that usually sits in the lower level of a multi-level buffer cache hierarchy and thereby has different access patterns from upper levels. The main idea of the eviction-based placement policy is to delay a block’s placement in the cache until it is evicted from the… CONTINUE READING
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