Monitoring PVM Programs Using the DAMS Approach

  title={Monitoring PVM Programs Using the DAMS Approach},
  author={Jos{\'e} C. Cunha and V{\'i}tor Duarte},
Monitoring tools are fundamental components of a development environment as they provide basic support for performance evaluation, debugging, and program visualization. We describe our experiments with several monitoring tools for PVM, namely XPVM, developed at ORNL, Tape/PVM, developed at IMAG Lab, and DAMS, developed at UNL. These tools are compared and their use is described to support instrumentation and monitoring of a high level distributed language, PVM-Prolog, an extension to Prolog… CONTINUE READING

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