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Implement YCSB #27

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hkimura opened this Issue Jun 15, 2015 · 3 comments

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hkimura commented Jun 15, 2015

Everyone else provides it. Why not.
Even simpler than TPCC, so just a copy-paste then a bit of modification.

Probably a good warming-up for a new member.

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kumagi commented Jun 18, 2015

YCSB is written in Java, but FOEDUS is written in C++.

I think there is three options.

  1. Write YCSB driver for FOEDUS(it may use JNI). It may get unnecessary overhead of JNI.
  2. Write C++ client workload along with YCSB. But it can get fake result, or might not be accepted YCSB community.
  3. Write FOEDUS interface which is compatible with memcached/redis/hbase/etc.. It can get result whichi is comparable with others storage engines result, but can it be called with name of FOEDUS?
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hkimura commented Jun 20, 2015

I meant 2. That's what everyone in this field does.

I'm not sure what you meant by "YCSB is written in Java". YCSB is a benchmark specification.
One doesn't have to use a reference implementation and we are not asking for any official approval or whatsoever.

I think I will assign this to Tianzheng as he already did it on ERMIA and probably on Shore-MT.

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hkimura commented Sep 14, 2015

This is done in Tianzheng's commits. We are still working on one concurrency bug, but the issue is not in YCSB code. Thus closing.

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