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On Databases and Non-Volatile Memory technologies. Interview with Joy Arulraj and Andrew Pavlo
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How do they potentially change the dichotomy between volatile memory and durable storage in database management systems? The design of these systems target a two-level storage hierarchy comprising of a fast but volatile byte-addressable memory for caching i. These systems take a pessimistic assumption that a transaction could access data that is not in memory, and thus will incur a long delay to retrieve the needed data from disk.
They employ legacy techniques, such as heavyweight concurrency-control schemes, to overcome these limitations. Recent advances in manufacturing technologies have greatly increased the capacity of DRAM available on a single computer. But disk-oriented systems were not designed for the case where most, if not all, of the data resides entirely in memory.
The result is that many of their legacy components have been shown to impede their scalability for transaction processing workloads. But, they still have to employ heavyweight components that can recover the database after a system crash because DRAM is volatile. The design assumptions underlying both disk-oriented and memory-oriented DBMSs are poised to be upended by the advent of NVM technologies.
This is because current DBMSs assume that memory is volatile, and thus their architectures are predicated on making redundant copies of changes on durable storage. This illustrates the need for a complete rewrite of the database system to leverage the unique properties of NVM. We will illustrate it using the logging and recovery protocol. A DBMS must guarantee the integrity of a database against application, operating system, and device failures.
It ensures the durability of updates made by a transaction by writing them out to durable storage, such as SSD, before returning an acknowledgment to the application.
Such storage devices, however, are much slower than DRAM, especially for random writes, and only support bulk data transfers as blocks. During transaction processing, if the DBMS were to overwrite the contents of the database before committing the transaction, then it must perform random writes to the database at multiple locations on disk. This method is referred to as write-ahead logging WAL.
NVM upends the key design assumption underlying the WAL protocol since it supports fast random writes. Thus, we need to tailor the protocol for NVM. We designed such a protocol that we call write-behind logging WBL. WBL not only improves the runtime performance of the DBMS, but it also enables it to recovery nearly instantaneously from failures.
The way that WBL achieves this is by tracking what parts of the database have changed rather than how it was changed. Using this logging method, the DBMS can directly flush the changes made by transactions to the database instead of recording them in the log. What are the key elements? These devices have distinct hardware constraints and performance properties. The traditional engines were designed to account for and reduce the impact of these differences.
For example, they maintain two layouts of tuples depending on the storage device. Tuples stored in memory can contain non-inlined fields because DRAM is byte-addressable and handles random accesses efficiently. In contrast, fields in tuples stored on durable storage are inlined to avoid random accesses because they are more expensive.
To amortize the overhead for accessing durable storage, these engines batch writes and flush them in a deferred manner. Many of these techniques, however, are unnecessary in a system with a NVM-only storage hierarchy.Joseph A. Pavlo, 82, of Bethlehem went home to be with the Lord early Saturday morning, Feb. Joe and his wife Anna H. Kalch were married on June 2, and have celebrated 54years of marriage. He worked for the former Bethlehem Steel Co. Joe was a long time member of St. Anne's Catholic Church, Bethlehem where he was a dedicated usher for many years.
He was very proud of his black Cadillac and a regular at Wednesday night bingo at the N. Wanderers, of which he was a member.
Joe was also an avid sports fan, especially the Phillies and the Eagles. Richter and her husband Michael of Whitehall and a sister Anna B. Zabrecky of Bethlehem. His grandchildrenJoseph and Maria Pavlo and Stephen and Anthony Richter will always lovingly remember their "Zedo" and the times he spent with them. He will also be missed by nephew Michael Pavlo of Bethehem.
He was predeceased by brothers Michael and John. Broad St. Anne's Church, Washington Ave. Burial will follow in Holy Saviour Cemetery. Please direct memorial contributions in Joe's honor to School Sisters of St. Francis, Bridle Path Rd.
Obituary Send Flowers. Guest Book. Not sure what to say? May God bless you and your May your hearts soon be filled May the love of friends and As the days and weeks pass, and In loving memory of a wonderfulEmail: pavlo cs. Creating a large-scale database application is easier now than it ever has been, in part due to the proliferation of distributed system tools, cloud-computing platforms, and affordable mobile sensors.
But now the processing and storage needs of Internet-scale, "Big Data" applications are surpassing the limitations of legacy database management systems DBMSs. As a result, I am interested in the research and development of new DBMS technologies for these modern high-volume and data-intensive applications. Much of my work is in applying techniques from machine learning and optimization research to enable these distributed DBMSs to execute workloads that are beyond what single-node systems can support.
I am also interested in studying the performance characteristic's of non-volatile memory devices in the context of Big Data systems in order to build the groundwork for new DBMS architectures that can take advantage of these emerging technologies. Skip to main content.
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