End-to-end Fault Containment in Scalable Shared-memory Multiprocessors

@inproceedings{Teodosiu2000EndtoendFC,
  title={End-to-end Fault Containment in Scalable Shared-memory Multiprocessors},
  author={Dan Teodosiu},
  year={2000}
}
Current shared-memory multiprocessors suffer from an inherent fragility, since a single hardware or system software failure can cause the entire machine to crash. This dissertation describes a combination of hardware and software techniques that can be used to provide fault containment for large-scale shared memory machines. With fault containment, the impact of a fault remains limited to only a small portion of the system, while the remaining good parts can continue operating normally after… CONTINUE READING
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