BCFG: A Configuration Management Tool for Heterogeneous Environments

Abstract

Since clusters were first introduced[5], node counts have increased rapidly. Currently, a variety of clusters with more than one thousand nodes are listed on the TOP500 list. In the next three years, clusters with more than four thousand nodes are expected. Cluster management functionality has lagged behind all areas of system software. In order to… (More)

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@inproceedings{Desai2003BCFGAC, title={BCFG: A Configuration Management Tool for Heterogeneous Environments}, author={Narayan Desai and Andrew Lusk and Rick Bradshaw and R{\'e}my Evard}, year={2003} }