Evaluating System Effectiveness in High Performance Computing Systems

@inproceedings{Wong1999EvaluatingSE,
  title={Evaluating System Effectiveness in High Performance Computing Systems},
  author={Adrian T. Wong and Leonid Oliker and William T. C. Kramer and Teresa L. Kaltz and David H. Bailey},
  year={1999}
}
High performance scientific computer systems traditionally have been compared using individual job performance metrics. However, such metrics tend to ignore high-level system issues, such as how effectively a system can schedule and manage a varied workload, how rapidly the system can launch jobs, and how quickly it can recover from a scheduled or… CONTINUE READING