Combining Partial Redundancy and Checkpointing for HPC

@article{Elliott2012CombiningPR,
  title={Combining Partial Redundancy and Checkpointing for HPC},
  author={James Elliott and Kishor Kharbas and David Fiala and Frank Mueller and Kurt B. Ferreira and Christian Engelmann},
  journal={2012 IEEE 32nd International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems},
  year={2012},
  pages={615-626}
}
Today's largest High Performance Computing (HPC) systems exceed one Petaflops (1015 floating point operations per second) and exascale systems are projected within seven years. But reliability is becoming one of the major challenges faced by exascale computing. With billion-core parallelism, the mean time to failure is projected to be in the range of minutes or hours instead of days. Failures are becoming the norm rather than the exception during execution of HPC applications. Current fault… CONTINUE READING
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