Increasing relevance of memory hardware errors: a case for recoverable programming models

@inproceedings{Milojicic2000IncreasingRO,
  title={Increasing relevance of memory hardware errors: a case for recoverable programming models},
  author={Dejan S. Milojicic and Alan Messer and James Shau and Guangrui Fu and Alberto Mu{\~n}oz},
  booktitle={ACM SIGOPS European Workshop},
  year={2000}
}
It is a common belief that most of computer system failures nowadays stem from programming errors. Computer systems are becoming more complex and harder to maintain and administer, making software errors an even more common case, while contemporary computer architectures are optimized for price and performance and not for availability. In this paper, we raise a case for an increasing relevance of memory hardware soft-errors. In particular with the introduction of 64-bit processors, memory… CONTINUE READING
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