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Due to their large code footprint, OLTP workloads suffer from significant I-cache miss rates on contemporary microprocessors. This paper analyzes the I-stream behavior of an OLTP workload, called the Oracle Database Benchmark (ODB), on Chip-Multiprocessors (CMP). Our results show that, although, the overall code footprint of ODB is large, multiple ODB threads running concurrently on multiple processors tend to access common code segments frequently, thus exhibiting significant constructivedoi:10.1145/1024295.1024297 fatcat:jfknco5jbfcy3hcpn7luajusna