Dan L. Clark

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Parallel Virtual Machine (PVM) is a widely-used software system that allows a heterogeneous set of parallel and serial UNIX-based computers to be programmed as a single message-passing parallel machine. In this paper, an extension to PVM to support dynamic process migration is presented. Support for migration is important in general-purpose workstation(More)
  • Jeremy Casas, Dan Clark, Ravi Konuru, Steve W Otto, Robert Prouty, Jonathan Walpole
  • 1995
Parallel Virtual Machine (PVM) is a widely-used software system that allows a heterogeneous set of parallel and serial UNIX-based computers to be programmed as a single message-passing parallel machine. In this paper, an extension to PVM to support dynamic process migration is presented. Support for migration is important in general-purpose workstation(More)
We are currently involved in research to enable PVM to take advantage of shared networks of workstations (NOWs) more eeectively. In such a computing environment , it is important to utilize workstations unobtrusively and recover from machine failures. Towards this goal, we have enhanced PVM with transparent task migration, checkpointing, and global(More)
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