Grid'5000 experiment

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Dynamic Fractional Resource Scheduling (Other)

Conducted by

Mark Stillwell

Description

The purpose of this experiment is to run simulation experiments in order to evaluate heuristics algorithms for a novel approach to sharing distributed computing platforms. They key feature of this approach is that it leverages existing virtual machine technology in order to share resources in a precise and controlled manner that optimizes both performance and fairness. We are considering a number of fast scheduling algorithms. We hope that our results will demonstrate that virtualization technology coupled with lightweight scheduling strategies enable dramatic improvements for scheduling workloads on distributed computing platforms.

Status

achieved

Resources

  • Nodes involved: 30
  • Sites involved: 1
  • Minimum walltime: 24h
  • Batch mode: yes
  • Use kadeploy: no
  • CPU bound: yes
  • Memory bound: no
  • Storage bound: no
  • Network bound: no
  • Interlink bound: no

Tools used

No information

Results

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Shared by: Mark Stillwell
Last update: 2012-05-04 10:48:40
Experiment #605

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