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An Integrated Framework for Dependable and Revivable Architectures Using Multicore Processors

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An Integrated Framework for Dependable and Revivable Architectures Using Multicore Processors
This paper presents a high-availability system architecture called INDRA — an INtegrated framework for Dependable and Revivable Architecture that enhances a multicore processor (or CMP) with novel security and fault recovery mechanisms. INDRA represents the first effort to create remote attack immune, self-healing network services using the emerging multicore processors. By exploring the property of a tightly-coupled multicore system, INDRA pioneers several concepts. It creates a hardware insulation, establishes finegrained fault monitoring, exploits monitoring/backup concurrency, and facilitates fast recovery services with minimal performance impact. In addition, INDRA’s fault/exploit monitoring is implemented in software rather than in hardware logic, thereby providing better flexibility and upgradability. To provide efficient service recovery and thus improve service availability, we propose a novel delta state backup and recovery on-demand mechanism in INDRA that substanti...
Weidong Shi, Hsien-Hsin S. Lee, Laura Falk, Mrinmo
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where ISCA
Authors Weidong Shi, Hsien-Hsin S. Lee, Laura Falk, Mrinmoy Ghosh
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