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Design and Implementation of Host-side Cache Migration Engine for High Performance Storage in A Virtualization Environment
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 Title & Authors
Design and Implementation of Host-side Cache Migration Engine for High Performance Storage in A Virtualization Environment
Park, Joon Young; Park, Hyunchan; Yoo, Chuck;
 
 Abstract
Due to explosive increase in the amount of data produced recently, cloud storage system is required to offer high and stable performance. However, VM (Virtual Machine) migration may result in lowered storage service performance. Especially, in an environment where the host-side flash cache is used in a cloud system, the existing warmed up cache is lost and the problematic cold start begins at a new cache due to a VM migration. In this paper, we first demonstrate and analyze the cold start problem and then propose Cachemior (Cache migrator) which enables efficient hot start of the flash cache.
 Keywords
host-side flash cache;VM migration;virtualization;cloud system;
 Language
Korean
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