Error Recovery in Multicomputers Using Global Checkpoints

@inproceedings{Tamir1984ErrorRI,
  title={Error Recovery in Multicomputers Using Global Checkpoints},
  author={Yuval Tamir and C. H. Sequin},
  year={1984}
}
Periodic checkpointing of the entire system state and rolling back to the last checkpoint when an error is detected is proposed as a basis for error recovery on a VLSI multicomputer executing non-interactive applications. Detailed algorithms for saving the checkpoints, distributing diagnostic information, and restoring a valid system state are presented. This approach places no restrictions on the actions of the application tasks, and, during normal computation, does not require the complex… CONTINUE READING
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