Peak Performance – Remote Memory Revisited
Many database systems share a need for large amounts of fast storage. However, economies of scale limit the utility of extending a single machine with an arbitrary amount of memory. The recent broad availability of the zero-copy data transfer protocol RDMA over low-latency and high throughput network connections such as InfiniBand prompts us to revisit the long-proposed usage of memory provided by remote machines. In this paper, we present a solution to make use of remote memory without manipulation of the operating system, and investigate the impact on database performance.
|ACM||Distributed Systems (acm C.2.4)|
|THEME||Information (theme 2)|
|Editor||A. Kemper (Alfons) , R. Johnson|
|Project||Commit: Time Trails (P019)|
|Conference||International Workshop on Data Management on New Hardware|
Mühleisen, H.F, Pereira Goncalves, R.A, & Kersten, M.L. (2013). Peak Performance – Remote Memory Revisited. In A Kemper & R Johnson (Eds.), .