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Adv Dbase Sys

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Adv Dbase Sys EECS 584

Ophelia Ritchie
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Kristina Lefevre

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Date Created: 10/29/15
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Ofrecords l largest cluster SH 1 HSS 1 HCS FIFO orLRU it ofrecords in cluste39rHtrecords per page LH LIFO if4 12le N4 0 estmated number or pages referenced 102708 EEcs 584 Fall 2008 8 Iml Buffer Manager DBMIN I Based on model of relational query behavior Query Locality Set Model QLSM I Buffers allocated and managed on a per le instance basis Locality set buffered pages associated with 39file I Data Sharing through global buffer table 102708 EECS 584 Fall 2008 ImInd DBMIN Algorithm I Initialize global table I On le openclose Locality Set Size l Selected by OLSM Replacement policy 0 Open Activate load controller I On query page request search global table Page found Page in memory not in locality set Page not in memory iumma EECSSE iFallZDDE 1D Performance Evaluation I Hybrid simulation model ace driven 7 Distribution driven I Performance measure 7 Throughput average number or queries per second I Buffer Management Algorithms 7 Glo al RAND FlFO CLOCK 7 Local DEMlN WS HOT i l iumma EECSSE iFellZDDE ii InnIII hImIId Simulation Model I Queries can run concurrently Round Robin used for allocating CPU cles I Queries selected CPU demand Disk demand Memory demand iumma EECSSE iFallZDDE 2 iImInq Simulation Model Query Types I Different workloads consisting of mixture of query types are run lm M EECS 584 Fall 2008 l02708 ll Simulation Results Test 1 no data sharing no load control mmumwur a 5n mm mg ml m inhuman u 12 m a mum m Ma no Huirams no rum alumna 20 a a 2 nu ma amass Nu pm smmc a cum mx l02708 EECS 584 Fall 2008 him Simulation Results Test 2 with data sharing no load control muuaum nM 39 29quot v W a 03m 3507 050 050 040 m and quotq n n n4aleuzazszaaz 04I12x520242532 QUERY MIX 1H X00 EUFFERS HALF DATA SHARiNG QUERY I x 1 OD ammms FULL DATA SHARING I Shows increase in throughput for all algorithms l02708 EECS 584 Fall 2008 l5 What Goes Around Comes Around Michael Stonebraker Joey Hellerstein I Iquot I Presenter Jim Steinberger Discussion Ashwin Professor Kristen Lefevre Msua Escssawalzuua l Paper Overview I Primary Contribution Survey of Data Models History amp Evolution I Also presents opinions for discussion Presents lessons to learn from past data models We ll brie y discuss important lessons Does XML repeat history in a bad way mm Escssawslzuua 2 Hierarchical Tree IMS 1968 I Hierarchical model I Overview Record types arranged as hierarchy Each type has single parent I Problems next 3 slides The DL1 acc ss language offers littleno logicalphysical data independence A record may only exist if its parent does Potential redundancies mm Escssawalzuua 3 InnInd hlmIui ilml Hierarchical Tree IMS 1968 I DL l Programming language for accessing IMS Different underlying storage formats different restrictions on commands Heavy coupling between storage format used sequentialBtreehashed and client applications Thus poor physical data independence Different sets of data different optimization opportunities Optimization is performed by programmer 11508 EECS 584 Fall 2008 4 him Lesson 1 Physical Logical data independence good I Lifespan of data lt Lifespan of apps I Changes to physicallogical data should not require changes to apps ideally should not require expensive changes to apps Hence independencequot 11508 EECS 584 Fall 2008 5 inn Lesson 2 Treestructured models are restrictive TreeRoot supplier Redundant pan entries TreeRoot Pan Supplier silo suamei sen ssmte Part 1110 puame pstze pco 01 Redundant supplier entries Part p110 pnnme psize pcolor qn Supplier o Suppliers cannot exist wrinout parts EECS 584 Fall 2008 6 Pans cannot exist vilhom suppliers 11508


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