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Hardware consolidation in the datacenter occasionally leads to scalability bottlenecks due to the heavy utilization of critical resources, such as the shared network bandwidth. Hostside caching on durable media is already applied at the block level in order to reduce the load of the storage backend. However, block-level caching is often criticized for added overhead, and restricted data sharing across different hosts. During client crashes, writeback caching can also lead to unrecoverable lossdoi:10.1145/3149372 fatcat:73fc3k76vfe6pcuhb4f7o2s2ta