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Qserv: A Distributed Shared-Nothing Database for the LSST Catalog

SESSION: State of the Practice - Cloud/Grids

EVENT TYPE: State of the Practice

TIME: 11:30AM - 12:00PM

SESSION CHAIR: David Martin

AUTHOR(S):Daniel L. Wang, Serge Monkewitz, Kian-Tat Lim, Jacek Becla

ROOM:TCC 202

ABSTRACT:
The LSST project will provide public access to a database catalog that, in its final year, is estimated to include 26 billion stars and galaxies in dozens of trillion detections in multiple petabytes. Because we are not aware of an existing open-source database implementation that has been demonstrated to efficiently satisfy astronomers' spatial self-joining and cross-matching queries at this scale, we have implemented Qserv, a distributed shared-nothing SQL database query system. To speed development, Qserv relies on two successful open-source software packages: the MySQL RDBMS and the Xrootd distributed file system. We describe Qserv's design, architecture, and ability to scale to LSST's data requirements. We illustrate its potential with test results on a 150-node using 55 billion rows and 30 terabytes. These results demonstrate the soundness of Qserv's approach and the scale it achieves on today's hardware.

Chair/Author Details:

David Martin (Chair) - Argonne National Lab

Daniel L. Wang - SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Serge Monkewitz - California Institute of Technology

Kian-Tat Lim - SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Jacek Becla - SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

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