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Buffer
 Memory space where disk-resident pages are temporarily loaded to
improve the performance and reduce disk I/O
Bu...
Buffer Contents
Buffer
Frame#1
Buffer
Frame#2
……
Buffer
Frame#n+1
Buffer
Frame#n
Buffer
Pool
BCB
BCB
…
BCB
BCB
Datafiles
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Buffer Contents
Buffer
Frame#1
Buffer
Frame#2
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Buffer
Frame#n+1
Buffer
Frame#n
Buffer
Pool
Datafiles
Buffer Frame
 A s...
Buffer Contents
Status Description
Free Very first status where a page is not loaded
Clean A page is loaded but it has no...
Buffer Contents
BCB
BCB
…
BCB
BCB
LRU List
Flush List
Prepare List
BCB(Buffer Control Block)
 A single structure that ma...
Buffer Contents
BCB
BCB
…
BCB
BCB
LRU List
Flush List
Prepare List
Checkpoint List
Prepare List
•List where free BCB is l...
Buffer Contents
BCB#1
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Datafile
Client
SELECT * FROM t1
WHERE c1=30
Output (30)
10 30 40 50
BCB#2 BCB#3 ...
Buffer Contents
10 20 30 40 50 60 Datafile
BCB#3BCB#2
BCB#1
Prepare
List
Client
LRU List
SELECT * FROM t1
WHERE c1=10
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[Altibase] 7 how the buffer is managed in altibase

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[Altibase] 7 how the buffer is managed in altibase

  1. 1. Buffer  Memory space where disk-resident pages are temporarily loaded to improve the performance and reduce disk I/O Buffer Replace  Because not all the pages of disk can be loaded into the buffer, when new disk pages are loaded, they replace other pages in the buffer Victim  The buffer frame and a BCB that are chosen for buffer replacement 4 10 5 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Data Request Buffer Disk
  2. 2. Buffer Contents Buffer Frame#1 Buffer Frame#2 …… Buffer Frame#n+1 Buffer Frame#n Buffer Pool BCB BCB … BCB BCB Datafiles LRU List Flush List Prepare List
  3. 3. Buffer Contents Buffer Frame#1 Buffer Frame#2 …… Buffer Frame#n+1 Buffer Frame#n Buffer Pool Datafiles Buffer Frame  A single memory storage where a single disk page is mapped  The size of a single buffer frame is 8K as the size of a single disk page is 8K  Buffer frame is managed into three different status
  4. 4. Buffer Contents Status Description Free Very first status where a page is not loaded Clean A page is loaded but it has not been updated Dirty A page is loaded into buffer and it has been updated Free Clean Dirty Data loaded Data updated Flushed into the disk Status Change
  5. 5. Buffer Contents BCB BCB … BCB BCB LRU List Flush List Prepare List BCB(Buffer Control Block)  A single structure that manages a single buffer frame information  A Buffer frame and a BCB is a 1:1 relationship  The following is the categories that BCB manages Categories Description ID BCB’s ID Frame PTR Buffer frame’s address value Space ID ID of Tablespace where a disk page belongs to Page ID ID of disk DB page State Status information of buffer frame ListItem Information about list where BCB is located ListNO The list number of parallel list where BCB is located
  6. 6. Buffer Contents BCB BCB … BCB BCB LRU List Flush List Prepare List Checkpoint List Prepare List •List where free BCB is located when DB starts up •It firstly starts to search when victim is needed •When Flush is activated, it moves from Flush list to Prepare list for Buffer Replacement LRU List •It manages BCB by LRU algorithm •BCB is managed by the order that which is loaded into the buffer frame first and the victim is chosen from the most oldest to youngest BCBs and then it is replaced Flush List •It manages dirty BCBs and they are flushed into disk page by Buffer Flusher •Once it is flushed, BCB's status is changed to Clean and they are moved to Prepare list for the replacement Checkpoint List •Manages Dirty BCBS loacted in three lists •Individually manages BCBs apart from three lists •Saves dirty BCBs to the datafile which is separate function from buffer flush
  7. 7. Buffer Contents BCB#1 10 20 30 40 50 60 Datafile Client SELECT * FROM t1 WHERE c1=30 Output (30) 10 30 40 50 BCB#2 BCB#3 BCB#4
  8. 8. Buffer Contents 10 20 30 40 50 60 Datafile BCB#3BCB#2 BCB#1 Prepare List Client LRU List SELECT * FROM t1 WHERE c1=10 Output(10) SELECT * FROM t1 WHERE c1=40 UPDATE t1 SET c1=2 WHERE c1=20 BCB#3 Checkpoint List List Node 10 20 302 40 BCB#1 Output(40) SELECT * FROM t1 WHERE c1=50 Flush ListBCB#3 50 Output(50) UPDATE t1 SET c1=4 WHERE c1=40 4 BCB#1 List Node 2 BCB#3 Flush

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