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In-memory database management systems (DBMSs) outperform disk-oriented systems for on-line transaction processing (OLTP) workloads. But this improved performance is only achievable when the database is smaller than the amount of physical memory available in the system. To overcome this limitation, some in-memory DBMSs can move cold data out of volatile DRAM to secondary storage. Such data appears as if it resides in memory with the rest of the database even though it does not. Although theredoi:10.1145/2933349.2933358 dblp:conf/damon/MaAZPDGPGDZ16 fatcat:6jopzz5fpjfx5jdlbsdgvqmopy