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      We can now implement timer state that is stored in RocksDB for users that run the RocksDBKeyedStateBackend. As explained in the design document (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XbhJRbig5c5Ftd77d0mKND1bePyTC26Pz04EvxdA7Jc/edit#heading=h.17v0k3363r6q) this should also give us asynchronous and incremental snapshots for timer state that is larger than main memory.

      We need to think about a way in which to user can select either to run timers on RocksDB or on the heap when using the RocksDBKeyedStateBackend.

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                srichter Stefan Richter
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                srichter Stefan Richter
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