buffer pool

buffer pool

An area of memory reserved for buffers.
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For example, do you really want to spend time on things such as InnoDB buffer pool size optimization to get better performance?
In-Memory OLTP and Buffer Pool Extension to SSD along with a new design for cardinality estimation logic provide new levels of performance for mission-critical applications such as enterprise PLM.
To address these challenges a program could, for example, adjust the amount of offsets awarded based on measurement uncertainty, or establish a "buffer pool" of offsets to compensate for any re-released carbon.
A host-based replication solution relies on an agent on the host to capture updates at the file system or volume level and direct them to an in-memory buffer pool where they are scheduled for transmission to the remote host; there, the reverse process occurs.
The size of the default buffer pool is not explicitly defined.
However, the American Carbon Registry approach to buffer pool requirements is flexible, as it allows for other insurance mechanisms, including the contribution of non-forest offsets as insurance.
In addition, the extracellular bicarbonate concentration is 25 mM and the phosphate concentration is around 5 mM; thus, there is much more bicarbonate than phosphate around to contribute to the buffer pool.
--Rules of thumb for system development and capacity planning, e.g., buffer pool miss ratio tends to decrease with the inverse cube root of the buffer pool size.
IO-Lite's worst-case cross-domain transfer overhead is that of page remapping; it occurs when the producer allocates the last buffer in a particular buffer pool before the first buffer is deallocated by the receiver(s).
For example, FLASH Express and pageable 1MB frames are used for buffer pool control blocks and DB2 executable code.
Dual buffering uses pages as the unit of transfer between clients and servers, but it manages both pages and individual objects in a client's buffer pool. The approach is to segment the buffer pool and to use replacement policies that are specific to each segment.