Predictive Coscheduling Implementation in a non-dedicated Linux Cluster
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Our research is focussed on keeping both local and parallel jobs together in a non-dedicated cluster or NOW (Network Of Workstations) and efficiently scheduling them by means of coscheduling mechanisms. A real implementation of a predictive coscheduling technique in a Linux cluster is presented in this article and its performance analyzed and compared with other coscheduling algorithms in the literature.
Is part ofLecture Notes in Computer Science, 2001, vol. 2150, p. 732-741
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