Logged Virtual Memory

@inproceedings{Cheriton1995LoggedVM,
  title={Logged Virtual Memory},
  author={David R. Cheriton and Kenneth J. Duda},
  booktitle={SOSP},
  year={1995}
}
Logged virtual memory (LVM) provides a log of writes to one or more specified regions of the virtual address space. Logging is useful for applications that require rollback and/or persistence such as parallel simulations and memory-mapped object-oriented databases. It can also be used for output, debugging and distributed consistency maintenance. This paper… CONTINUE READING