PALLOC is a kernel-level memory allocator that exploits page-based virtual-to-physical memory translation to selectively allocate memory pages of each application to the desired DRAM banks. The goal of PALLOC is to control applications’ memory locations in a way to minimize memory performance unpredictability in multicore systems by eliminating bank sharing among applications executing in parallel. PALLOC is a software based solution, which is fully compatible with existing COTS hardware platforms and transparent to applications (i.e., no need to modify application code.)

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