System software for persistent memory

  title={System software for persistent memory},
  author={Subramanya Dulloor and Sanjay Kumar and Anil Keshavamurthy and Philip Lantz and Dheeraj Reddy and Rajesh Sankaran and Jeff Jackson},
Emerging byte-addressable, non-volatile memory technologies offer performance within an order of magnitude of DRAM, prompting their inclusion in the processor memory subsystem. However, such load/store accessible Persistent Memory (PM) has implications on system design, both hardware and software. In this paper, we explore system software support to enable low-overhead PM access by new and legacy applications. To this end, we implement PMFS, a light-weight POSIX file system that exploits PM's… CONTINUE READING
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