For more information about tabular model processing, see Process Data. In the Process Database dialog box, in the Mode listbox, select one of the following process modes:
Coding for SSDs — Part 1: Introduction and Table of Contents February 12 tags: Introduction I want to make solid-state drives SSDs the optimal storage solution for my key-value store project. For that reason, I had to make sure I fully understood how SSDs work, so that I can optimize my hash table implementation to suit their internal characteristics.
There is a lot of incomplete and contradictory information out there, and finding trustworthy information about SSDs was not an easy task. I had to do some substantial reading to find the proper publications and benchmarks in order to convince myself that, if I had to be coding for SSDs, I would know what I was doing.
Then I figured that since I had done all the research, it would be useful to share the conclusions I had reached. My intent was to transform all the information already available into practical knowledge.
I ended up writing a page article, not very suitable for the format of a blog. I have therefore decided to split what I had written into logical parts that can be digested independently.
The full Table of Contents is available at the bottom of this article. This summary covers the basics of SSDs along with all of the recommended access patterns on how reads and writes should be implemented to get the best performance out of solid-state drives.
I am planning on writing an article for the IKVS series, on how hash table can be implemented to take advantage of the internal characteristics of SSDs, though I have no precise date for that yet. My only regret is not to have produced any code of my own to prove that the access patterns I recommend are actually the best.
However even with such code, I would have needed to perform benchmarks over a large array of different models of solid-state drives to confirm my results, which would have required more time and money than I can afford. I have cited my sources meticulously, and if you think that something is not correct in my recommendations, please leave a comment to shed light on that.
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