CYPRESS: Combining Static and Dynamic Analysis for Top-Down Communication Trace Compression

@article{Zhai2014CYPRESSCS,
  title={CYPRESS: Combining Static and Dynamic Analysis for Top-Down Communication Trace Compression},
  author={Jidong Zhai and Jianfei Hu and Xiongchao Tang and Xiaosong Ma and Wenguang Chen},
  journal={SC14: International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis},
  year={2014},
  pages={143-153}
}
Communication traces are increasingly important, both for parallel applications' performance analysis/optimization, and for designing next-generation HPC systems. Meanwhile, the problem size and the execution scale on supercomputers keep growing, producing prohibitive volume of communication traces. To reduce the size of communication traces, existing dynamic compression methods introduce large compression overhead with the job scale. We propose a hybrid static-dynamic method that leverages… CONTINUE READING

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