Software Exploitation of a Fault-Tolerant Computer with a Large Memory

@inproceedings{Eskesen1998SoftwareEO,
  title={Software Exploitation of a Fault-Tolerant Computer with a Large Memory},
  author={Frank Eskesen and Michel Hack and Arun Iyengar and Richard P. King and Nagui Halim},
  booktitle={FTCS},
  year={1998}
}
The DM/6000 hardware (a prototype, fault-tolerant RS/6000 built at the TJ Watson Research Center) provides fault tolerance and a large, non-volatile main memory. Running a commercial, general-purpose operating system on it, of itself, does nothing to increase software availability. In fact, the time to rebuild the contents of a large memory may decrease availability. We describe our techniques for hiding most of the main memory, which requires the operating system to access it only by way of… CONTINUE READING

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