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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Many large-scale online services use structured storage to persist metadata and sometimes data. The structured storage is typically provided by standard database servers such as Microsoft's SQL Server. It is important to understand the workloads seen by these servers, both for provisioning server hardware as well as to exploit opportunities for energy savings and server consolidation. In this paper we analyze disk I/O traces from production servers in four internet services as well as serversdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-10424-4_10 fatcat:c3dl2l3wtbektob7rldwq7xyey