Kiln: Closing the performance gap between systems with and without persistence support

@article{Zhao2013KilnCT,
  title={Kiln: Closing the performance gap between systems with and without persistence support},
  author={Jishen Zhao and Sheng Li and Doe Hyun Yoon and Yuan Xie and Norman P. Jouppi},
  journal={2013 46th Annual IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Microarchitecture (MICRO)},
  year={2013},
  pages={421-432}
}
Persistent memory is an emerging technology which allows in-memory persistent data objects to be updated at much higher throughput than when using disks as persistent storage. Previous persistent memory designs use logging or copy-on-write mechanisms to update persistent data, which unfortunately reduces the system performance to roughly half that of a native system with no persistence support. One of the great challenges in this application class is therefore how to efficiently enable atomic… CONTINUE READING
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