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Using indexes for query execution is crucial for achieving high performance in modern on-line transaction processing databases. For a main-memory database, however, these indexes consume a large fraction of the total memory available and are thus a major source of storage overhead of in-memory databases. To reduce this overhead, we propose using a two-stage index: The first stage ingests all incoming entries and is kept small for fast read and write operations. The index periodically migratesdoi:10.1145/2882903.2915222 dblp:conf/sigmod/ZhangAPKMS16 fatcat:rh4qexnquvfolddctr3fqory44