Using restricted transactional memory to build a scalable in-memory database

@inproceedings{Wang2014UsingRT,
  title={Using restricted transactional memory to build a scalable in-memory database},
  author={Zhaoguo Wang and Hao Qian and Jinyang Li and Haibo Chen},
  booktitle={EuroSys},
  year={2014}
}
The recent availability of Intel Haswell processors marks the transition of hardware transactional memory from research toys to mainstream reality. DBX is an in-memory database that uses Intel's restricted transactional memory (RTM) to achieve high performance and good scalability across multi-core machines. The main limitation (and also key to practicality) of RTM is its constrained working set size: an RTM region that reads or writes too much data will always be aborted. The design of DBX… CONTINUE READING
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