Closed versus open system models and their impact on performance and scheduling

@inproceedings{Schroeder2006ClosedVO,
  title={Closed versus open system models and their impact on performance and scheduling},
  author={Bianca Schroeder and Adam Wierman and Mor Harchol-Balter},
  year={2006}
}
Workload generators may be classified as based on a closed system model, where new job arrivals are only triggered by job completions (followed by think time), or an open system model, where new jobs arrive independently of job completions. In general, system designers pay little attention to whether a workload generator is closed or open. Using a combination of implementation and simulation experiments, we illustrate that there is a vast difference in behavior between open and closed models in… CONTINUE READING

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