CISNE: A New Integral Approach for Scheduling Parallel Applications on Non-dedicated Clusters
Hernández Budé, Porfidio
MetadataShow full item record
Our main interest is oriented towards keeping both local and parallel jobs together in a non-dedicated cluster. In order to obtain some profits from the parallel applications, it is important to consider time and space sharing as a mean to enhance the scheduling decisions. In this work, we introduce an integral scheduling system for non-dedicated clusters, termed CISNE. It includes both a previously developed dynamic coscheduling system and a space-sharing job scheduler to make better scheduling decisions than can be made separately. CISNE allows multiple parallel applications to be executed concurrently in a non dedicated Linux cluster with a good performance, as much from the point of view of the local user as that of the parallel application user. This is possible without disturbing the local user and obtaining profits for the parallel user. The good performance of CISNE has been evaluated in a Linux cluster.
Is part ofLecture Notes in Computer Science, 2005, vol. 3648, p. 220-230
European research projects
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Hanzich, Mauricio; Giné, Francesc; Hernández Budé, Porfidio; Solsona Tehàs, Francesc; Luque, Emilio (Springer Verlag, 2005)Wasted resources are a common reality in open laboratories in any University today . Our aim is to take advantage of those resources to do parallel computation without disturbing the local tasks excessively. In order ...
Giné, Francesc; Solsona Tehàs, Francesc; Hanzich, Mauricio; Hernández Budé, Porfidio; Luque, Emilio (Springer Verlag, 2007)Implicit coscheduling techniques applied to non-dedicated homogeneous Networks Of Workstations (NOWs) have shown they can perform well when many local users compete with a single parallel job. Implicit coscheduling deals ...
Hanzich, Mauricio; Giné, Francesc; Hernandez, Porfidio; Solsona Tehàs, Francesc; Luque, Emilio (Springer Verlag, 2004)Our interest is oriented towards keeping both local and parallel jobs together in a time-sharing non-dedicated cluster. In such systems, dynamic coscheduling techniques, without memory restriction, that consider the ...