Something about computer system.
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TL;DR Historically FIFO-based algorithms are thought to be less efficient (having higher miss ratios) than LRU-based algorithms. In this blog, we introduce two techniques, lazy promotion, which promotes objects only at eviction time, and quick demotion, which removes most new objects quickly. We will show that Conventional-wisdom-suggested “weak LRUs”, e.g., FIFO-Reinsertion, is actually more efficient (having lower miss ratios) than LRU; Simply evicting most new objects can improve state-of-the-art algorithm’s efficiency. Eviction algorithms can be designed like building LEGOs by adding lazy promotion and quick demotion on top of FIFO.
TL;DR This blog posts talk about my experience setting up MooseFS, BeeGFS and Ceph on Cloudlab.
TL;DR Segcache is a segment-structured cache storage that provides high memory efficiency (low miss ratio), high throughput, and scalability, particularly for workloads that contain small objects and use TTLs (time-to-live). As a spoiler, in our benchmark, Segcache can reduce the memory footprint of Twitter’s largest cache cluster by up to 60% compared to the slab-based storage.