Sajjid Reza

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In a large multiprocessor server platform, using multicore chips, the scheduler often migrates a scheduling entity, i.e. a thread or process or virtual machine, in order to achieve better load balancing or ensure fairness. The migration impact is likely to be more severe in virtualized environments, where high over-subscription of logical CPUs is very(More)
In a large multiprocessor server platform, using multicore chips, the scheduler often migrates a scheduling entity, i.e. a thread or process or virtual machine, in order to achieve better load balancing or ensure fairness among competing scheduling entities. Similar to a context switch, each such migration incurs overhead, from saving and restoring(More)
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