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J-NVM: off-heap persistent objects in Java

Abstract : This paper presents J-NVM, a framework to access efficiently Non-Volatile Main Memory (NVMM) in Java. J-NVM offers a fully-fledged interface to persist plain Java objects using failure-atomic blocks. This interface relies internally on proxy objects that intermediate direct off-heap access to NVMM. The framework also provides a library of highly-optimized persistent data types that resist reboots and power failures. We evaluate J-NVM by implementing a persistent backend for the Infinispan data store. Our experimental results, obtained with a TPC-B like benchmark and YCSB, show that J-NVM is consistently faster than other approaches at accessing NVMM in Java.
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Anatole Lefort, Yohan Pipereau, Kwabena Amponsem, Pierre Sutra, Gaël Thomas. J-NVM: off-heap persistent objects in Java. SOSP 2021: ACM SIGOPS 28th Symposium on Operating Systems Principles, Oct 2021, Online, Germany. pp.408-423, ⟨10.1145/3477132.3483579⟩. ⟨hal-03437693⟩

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