Fast Peak-to-Peak Restart for SSD Buffer Pool Extension

@inproceedings{Do2012FastPR,
  title={Fast Peak-to-Peak Restart for SSD Buffer Pool Extension},
  author={Jaeyoung Do and Donghui Zhang and Jignesh M. Patel and David J. DeWitt},
  year={2012}
}
A promising usage of Flash SSDs in a DBMS is to use it to extend the main memory buffer pool by caching in the SSD selected pages that are evicted from the buffer pool. These schemes have been shown to produce big performance gains in the steady state. Simple methods for using the SSD buffer pool throw away the data in the SSD when the system is restarted (either when recovering from a crash or restarting after a shutdown), and consequently need a long “ramp-up” period to regain peak… CONTINUE READING

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