MemTo: A Memory Monitoring Tool for a Linux Cluster
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Studies dealing with tuning, performance debugging and diagnosis in cluster environments largely benefit from in-depth knowledge of memory system information. In this paper a tool (called MemTo) for monitoring the behavior of the memory system through a Linux cluster is presented. MemTo has been
designed to have as low intrusiveness as possible while keeping a high detail of monitoring data. The good behavior and usefulness of this tool are proved experimentally.
Is part ofLecture Notes in Computer Science, 2001, vol. 2131, p. 225-232
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