Adaptive memory allocations in clusters to handle unexpectedly large data-intensive jobs


In a cluster system with dynamic load sharing support, a job submission or migration to a workstation is determined by the availability of CPU and memory resources of the workstation at the time (L. Xiao et al., 2002). In such a system, a small number of running jobs with unexpectedly large memory allocation requirements may significantly increase the… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TPDS.2004.15


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