Revisiting Memory Errors in Large-Scale Production Data Centers: Analysis and Modeling of New Trends from the Field

@article{Meza2015RevisitingME,
  title={Revisiting Memory Errors in Large-Scale Production Data Centers: Analysis and Modeling of New Trends from the Field},
  author={Justin Meza and Qiang Zheng and Sanjeev Kumar and Onur Mutlu},
  journal={2015 45th Annual IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks},
  year={2015},
  pages={415-426}
}
Computing systems use dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) as main memory. As prior works have shown, failures in DRAM devices are an important source of errors in modern servers. To reduce the effects of memory errors, error correcting codes (ECC) have been developed to help detect and correct errors when they occur. In order to develop effective techniques, including new ECC mechanisms, to combat memory errors, it is important to understand the memory reliability trends in modern systems. In… CONTINUE READING
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