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Fault tolerance is an important challenge for supporting critical big data analytic operations. Most existing solutions only provide fault tolerant data replication, requiring failed queries to be restarted. This approach is insufficient for long-running time-sensitive analytic queries, due to lost query progress. Several solutions provide intra-query fault tolerance. However, these focus on distributed or row-oriented databases and are not suitable for use with the column-oriented in-memory databases increasingly used for highperformance workloads. We propose a new approach for intra-query checkpointing that produces an optimal checkpoint solution for a fixed checkpointing budget to minimise overhead on in-memory column-oriented database clusters. We describe a modified architecture for fault tolerant query execution using this approach. We present a general model for the problem, in which an adversary is free to terminate the execution of the query, eliminating all unsaved work. We present an algorithm that represents a first step towards producing checkpoint plans by optimally placing a single checkpoint. Our analysis shows this approach allows reduced checkpoint overheads while providing resilience for long-running queries.
|Title of host publication||Fourth Workshop on Scalable Cloud Data Management|
|Subtitle of host publication||In conjunction with the IEEE Big Data Conference|
|Publisher||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.|
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - 06 Feb 2017|
|Event||Fourth Workshop on Scalable Cloud Data Management - Washington D. C., United States|
Duration: 07 Dec 2016 → 07 Dec 2016
|Conference||Fourth Workshop on Scalable Cloud Data Management|
|City||Washington D. C.|
|Period||07/12/2016 → 07/12/2016|
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