Re: [HACKERS] Asynchronous DRAM Self-Refresh

2015-05-25 Thread Josh Berkus
On 05/23/2015 10:49 AM, Jeremy Harris wrote: On 22/05/15 22:30, Josh Berkus wrote: At CoreOS Fest, Intel presented about a technology which they used to improve write times for the nonrelational data store Etcd. It's called Asynchronous DRAM Self-Refresh, or ADR. This is supposedly a feature

Re: [HACKERS] Asynchronous DRAM Self-Refresh

2015-05-23 Thread Jeremy Harris
On 22/05/15 22:30, Josh Berkus wrote: At CoreOS Fest, Intel presented about a technology which they used to improve write times for the nonrelational data store Etcd. It's called Asynchronous DRAM Self-Refresh, or ADR. This is supposedly a feature of all of their chips since E5 which allows

Re: [HACKERS] Asynchronous DRAM Self-Refresh

2015-05-23 Thread Jeremy Harris
On 22/05/15 22:30, Josh Berkus wrote: At CoreOS Fest, Intel presented about a technology which they used to improve write times for the nonrelational data store Etcd. It's called Asynchronous DRAM Self-Refresh, or ADR. This is supposedly a feature of all of their chips since E5 which allows

[HACKERS] Asynchronous DRAM Self-Refresh

2015-05-22 Thread Josh Berkus
Hackers, At CoreOS Fest, Intel presented about a technology which they used to improve write times for the nonrelational data store Etcd. It's called Asynchronous DRAM Self-Refresh, or ADR. This is supposedly a feature of all of their chips since E5 which allows users to designate a small area