Fault-tolerant scheduling policy for grid computing systems

  title={Fault-tolerant scheduling policy for grid computing systems},
  author={Jemal H. Abawajy},
  journal={18th International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium, 2004. Proceedings.},
Summary form only given. With the momentum gaining for the grid computing systems, the issue of deploying support for integrated scheduling and fault-tolerant approaches becomes paramount importance. Unfortunately, fault-tolerance has not been factored into the design of most existing grid scheduling strategies. To this end, we propose a fault-tolerant scheduling policy that loosely couples job scheduling with job replication scheme such that jobs are efficiently and reliably executed… CONTINUE READING
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