This makes it possible for an interruption like a power failure or system crash between writes to leave data structures in an invalid intermediate state. Releasing the inode to the pool of free inodes.
Our performance study shows the following: Permission to make digital or hard copies of part or all of this work for personal or classroom use is granted without fee provided that copies are not made or distributed for profit or commercial advantage and that copies bear this notice and the full citation on the first page.
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Despite its popularity, SQLite is far from being satisfactory in terms of efficiently exploiting the underlying hardware resources, mainly because the EXT4 filesystem journals the database journaling operation [17, 21, 23, 33, 38].
Beginning with SQLite 3. The WAL recovery scheme is designed in such a way that any update operation to a database page has to first be recorded in a permanent log file.
As the log file is often much smaller than the database file and is accessed very frequently, high performance NVRAM is considered to be a promising alternative storage device for write-ahead logs.
Our implementation of NVWAL allows reordering of memory write operations and minimizes the overhead of the cache line flush via byte-granularity differential logging.
In addition, NVWAL reduces the overhead required to manage persistent objects via user-level heap management, while guaranteeing the failure atomicity.
Over the past decades, processor design for volatile memory has evolved. Modern processors often do not preserve the ordering of memory write operations unless a memory barrier instruction is explicitly invoked.
However, NVRAM must constrain the ordering of write operations to ensure correct recovery from system failures . Database write-ahead logging does not have to strictly enforce the ordering of memory write operations as long as it guarantees that a commit flag is flushed only after all the dirty records are logged in WAL.
It has been reported that flushing cached data to NVRAM can be extremely costly, especially when applications frequently call cache flush operations .
However, our performance study shows that the cost of data persistence in SQLite is no higher than 4. CPU overhead accounts for a dominant fraction of the transaction processing time.
The main contributions of this work are as follows. Transaction-aware memory persistency guarantee In order to persist memory writes and to prevent incorrect reordering of the memory writes, cache line flush instructions and memory barriers must be called properly.
We develop a transaction-aware persistency guarantee via lazy synchronization, which guarantees the atomicity and the durability of the database.
This transaction-aware memory persistency guarantee enforces the persist order only between a set of log-write operations and the commit operation. It eliminates the unnecessary overhead of enforcing memory write ordering constraints.
Allocating and deallocating non-volatile memory blocks using a kernel-level NVRAM heap manager has high overhead due to ensuring consistency in the presence of failures.
In order to avoid such overhead, we pre-allocate a large NVRAM block and manage the user-level heap inside the block where we store multiple WAL frames. This result holds a profound implication for NVRAM and CPU manufacturers because they need to invent and improve non-volatile material compounds and architectures to meet the expected application performance .
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The rest of the paper is organized as follows: In section 2, we briefly discuss the background. In section 4, we discuss how the transaction-aware memory persistency guarantee can enforce minimal ordering of NVRAM write operations while guaranteeing durability and failure atomicity.
Section 5 provides the performance results and analysis.Supported. In the context of Apache HBase, /supported/ means that HBase is designed to work in the way described, and deviation from the defined behavior or functionality should be reported as a bug.
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