Dynamic power sharing for higher job throughput

@article{Ellsworth2015DynamicPS,
  title={Dynamic power sharing for higher job throughput},
  author={Daniel A. Ellsworth and Allen D. Malony and Barry Rountree and Martin Schulz},
  journal={SC15: International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis},
  year={2015},
  pages={1-11}
}
Current trends for high-performance systems are leading towards hardware overprovisioning where it is no longer possible to run all components at peak power without exceeding a system- or facility-wide power bound. The standard practice of static power scheduling is likely to lead to inefficiencies with over- and under-provisioning of power to components at runtime. In this paper we investigate the performance and scalability of an application agnostic runtime power scheduler (POWsched) that is… CONTINUE READING
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