Effects of Memory Performance on Parallel Job Scheduling

  title={Effects of Memory Performance on Parallel Job Scheduling},
  author={G. Edward Suh and Larry Rudolph and Srinivas Devadas},
We develop a new metric for job scheduling that includes the e ects of memory contention amongst simultaneously executing jobs that share a given level of memory Rather than assuming each job or process has a xed static memory requirement we consider a general scenario wherein a process performance monotonically increases as a function of allocated memory as de ned by a miss rate versus memory size curve Given a schedule of jobs in a shared memory multiprocessor SMP and an isolated miss rate… CONTINUE READING