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Durham, North Carolina
Jan. 18, 1995 to Jan. 20, 1995
ISBN: 0-8186-6902-0
pp: 352
J.A. McCann , Syst. Archit. Res. Centre, City Univ., London, UK
N.J. Williams , Syst. Archit. Res. Centre, City Univ., London, UK
P. Osmon , Syst. Archit. Res. Centre, City Univ., London, UK
D. Bolton , Syst. Archit. Res. Centre, City Univ., London, UK
ABSTRACT
Research into DBMS (Database Management System) parallelism has been carried out to address the performance problems experienced in areas such as Decision Support. Distributed shared memory can alleviate the porting of commercial DBMSs to parallel platforms. However, this restricts the scaleability and performance achievable using shared nothing approaches. Consequently we propose the use of dynamic data migration techniques to support such parallel DBMSs. Using simulation techniques, we examine the effects which parameters such as migration threshold, migration block size and degree of data sharing have on file system performance. We present simulation results, providing useful insight into file system design.
INDEX TERMS
parallel programming; distributed databases; query processing; parallel database systems; dynamic file migration; performance problems; distributed shared memory; scaleability; simulation techniques; migration threshold; migration block size; data sharing; file system performance
CITATION
J.A. McCann, N.J. Williams, P. Osmon, D. Bolton, "Dynamic file migration to support parallel database systems", MASCOTS, 1995, 2012 IEEE 20th International Symposium on Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems, 2012 IEEE 20th International Symposium on Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems 1995, pp. 352, doi:10.1109/MASCOT.1995.378645
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