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Space reclamation for uncoordinated checkpointing in message-passing systems

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Published by Coordinated Science Laboratory, College of Engineering, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Urbana, IL], [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fault-tolerant computing.,
  • Parallel processing (Electronic computers).

  • Edition Notes

    StatementYi-Min Wang.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-195761.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17681876M

      Wang Y-M, Chung P-Y, Lin I-J, Fuchs WK () Checkpoint space reclamation for uncoordinated checkpointing in message-passing systems. IEEE Trans Parallel Distrib Syst 6(5)– William RD, James EL Jr () User-level checkpointing for LinuxThreads programs. In: FREENIX track: USENIX annual technical conference Designing distributed computing systems is a complex process requiring a solid understanding of the design problems and the theoretical and practical aspects of their solutions. This comprehensive textbook covers the fundamental principles and models underlying the theory, algorithms and systems aspects of distributed computing.

    To evaluate the multilevel checkpoint approach in a large-scale, production system context, LLNL researchers developed the Scalable Checkpoint/Restart (SCR) library. With SCR, we have found that jobs run more efficiently, recover more work upon failure, and reduce load on critical shared resources. Research efforts now focus on reducing the overhead of writing checkpoints even . A rollback recovery protocol for message passing systems must bring the system to a consistent state in the case of a failure. Checkpoint based rollback-recovery techniques can be classified as follows: • Uncoordinated Checkpointing - Each process takes a checkpoint without co-ordinating with the other processes and when it is most.

    A proxy-based uncoordinated checkpointing scheme with pessimistic message logging for mobile grid systems (NI, IR, YKL, SL), pp. – PPoPPBaudeCDH #consistency Promised messages: recovering from inconsistent global states (FB, . Problems in Rollback. Incarnation Numbers. Taxonomy of Solution Techniques Uncoordinated Checkpointing. Coordinated Checkpointing. Synchronous Logging Asynchronous Logging. Adaptive Logging. T (source: Nielsen Book Data) This book integrates the theory and practice of distributed operating systems and algorithms.


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Space reclamation for uncoordinated checkpointing in message-passing systems Download PDF EPUB FB2

SPACE RECLAMATION FOR UNCOORDINATED CHECKPOINTING IN MESSAGE-PASSING SYSTEMS Yi-Min Wang, Ph.D. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of illinois at Urbana-Champaign, W.

Kent Fuchs, Advisor Checkpointing and rollback recovery are techniques that can provide efficient recovery from transient process failures. Space Reclamation for Uncoordinated Checkpointing in Message-Passing Systems.

By Yi-Min Wang. Abstract. Checkpointing and rollback recovery are techniques that can provide efficient recovery from transient process failures. In a message-passing system, the rollback of a message sender may cause the rollback of the corresponding receiver, and Author: Yi-Min Wang.

CHECKPOINT SPACE RECLAMATION FOR INDEPENDENT CHECKPOINTING IN MESSAGE-PASSING SYSTEMS Yi-Min Wang, Pi-Yu Chung, In-Jen Lin and W. Kent Fuchs University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign AD-A The main disadvantages of independent checkpointing in message-passing systems are theCited by: 8.

Checkpoint Space Reclamation for Adda he first issue, L*., to guarantee recovery fine progre&- Uncoordinated Checkpointing Coordinated chei'nting [5,61 eliminates the domino ef-in Message-Passing Systems fect by sacrificing a certain degree of process autonomy.

Extra. Checkpointing in distributed systems. In the distributed computing environment, checkpointing is a technique that helps tolerate failures that otherwise would force long-running application to restart from the beginning.

The most basic way to implement checkpointing, is to stop the application, copy all the required data from the memory to reliable storage (e.g., parallel file system.

This paper presents an uncoordinated checkpointing protocol that logs all in-transit messages and the smallest possible number of non in-transit messages. As a consequence, the protocol saves stable storage space and enables quicker recoveries.

An appropriate tracking of message causal dependencies constitutes the core of the protocol. Y.M. Wang, Space reclamation for uncoordinated checkpointing in message-passing systems, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Illinois. Checkpoint space reclamation for uncoordinated checkpointing in message-passing systems.

IEEE Trans. Parallel and Distributed Syst. 6, 5, Google Scholar. Lin and W.K. Fuchs, Checkpoint space reclamation for uncoordinated checkpointing in message-passing systems, Tech.

Rept. CRHC, Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, [13]. Abstract. This chapter is devoted to checkpointing in asynchronous message-passing systems.

It first presents the notions of local and global checkpoints and a theorem stating a necessary and sufficient condition for a set of local checkpoints to belong to the same consistent global checkpoint.

Get this from a library. Space reclamation for uncoordinated checkpointing in message-passing systems. [Yi-Min Wang; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].

Optimal message log reclamation for uncoordinated checkpointing. Uncoordinated checkpointing for message-passing systems allows maximum process autonomy and general nondeterministic execution, but suffers from potential domino effect and the large space overhead for maintaining checkpoints and message logs.

Traditionally, it has been. Pi-Yu Chung's 10 research works with citations and reads, including: Tight Upper Bound on Useful Distributed System Checkpoints.

Space reclamation for uncoordinated checkpointing in message-passing systems. The authors show that the probability of rollback propagation in a message-passing system can often be greatly. Yi-Min Wang, Pi-Yu Chung, In-Jen Lin, W. Kent Fuchs: Checkpoint Space Reclamation for Uncoordinated Checkpointing in Message-Passing Systems.

IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 6(5): () Yi-Min Wang, Ruei-Chuan Chang: A Minimal Synchronization Overhead Affinity Scheduling Algorithm for Shared-Memory Multiprocessors.

Checkpointing is a technique that provides fault tolerance for computing systems. It basically consists of saving a snapshot of the application's state, so that applications can restart from that point in case of is particularly important for the long running applications that are executed in the failure-prone computing systems.

Checkpoint space reclamation for uncoordinated checkpointing in message-passing systems. IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 6(5), May [wang08] Xi Wang, Zhilei Xu, Xuezheng Liu, Zhenyu Guo, Xiaoge Wang, and Zheng Zhang.

"Checkpoint space reclamation for uncoordinated checkpointing in message-passing systems." In IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed System s, 6(5)—, May Y. Wang, P. Chung, and W. Fuchs, " Tight upper bound on useful distributed system checkpoints," Tech.

Rep. CRHC, Coordinated Science Laboratory, University. system can not avoid the domino effect –this scheme is called independent or uncoordinated checkpointing • Techniques that avoid domino effect –Coordinated checkpointing rollback recovery • processes coordinate their checkpoints to form a system-wide consistent state – Communication-induced checkpointing rollback recovery.

Independent (uncoordinated) checkpointing for parallel and distributed systems allows maximum process autonomy but suffers from possible domino effects and the associated storage space overhead for maintaining multiple checkpoints and message logs. In most research on checkpointing and recovery it has been assumed.

Bibliographic content of IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, Volume 6. Checkpoint Space Reclamation for Uncoordinated Checkpointing in Message-Passing Systems. view. electronic edition via DOI.“Checkpoint space reclamation for uncoordinated checkpointing in message-passing systems.” In IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 6(5)—, May Y.

M. Wang, P. Y. Chung and W. K. Fuchs. “Tight upper bound on useful distributed system checkpoints.” Technical ReportCRHC, Coordinated Science Laboratory.message-passing middleware based upon the Message Passing Interface (MPI) standard is essential, so as to support and provide a nearly iT'., i.

%" transition for earth and space science applications in MPI from ground-based computational clusters to HPC systems in space. In this paper, we present the design of a fault-tolerant MPI.