A root cause localization model for large scale systems

  title={A root cause localization model for large scale systems},
  author={Emre Kıcıman Stanford University emrek},
  • Emre Kıcıman Stanford University emrek
  • Published 2005
Root cause localization, the process of identifying the source of problems in a system using purely external observations, is a significant challenge in many large-scale systems. In this paper, we propose an abstract model that captures the common issues underlying root cause localization and hence provides the ability to leverage solutions across different systems. 

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