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S. ScargallProgramming Persistent Memoryhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-4932-1_12

12. Debugging Persistent Memory Applications

Steve Scargall1 
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Santa Clara, CA, USA
 

Persistent memory programming introduces new opportunities that allow developers to directly persist data structures without serialization and to access them in place without involving classic block I/O. As a result, you can merge your data models and avoid the classic split between data in memory – which is volatile, fast, and byte addressable – with data on traditional storage devices, which is non-volatile but slower.

Persistent memory programming also brings challenges. Recall our discussion about power-fail protected persistence domains in Chapter 2: When ...

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