• Published 2004

Optimizing Linux Cluster Performance by Exploring the Correlation between Application Characteristics and Gigabit Ethernet Device Parameters

@inproceedings{Celebioglu2004OptimizingLC,
  title={Optimizing Linux Cluster Performance by Exploring the Correlation between Application Characteristics and Gigabit Ethernet Device Parameters},
  author={Onur Celebioglu and Tau Leng and Victor Mashayekhi},
  year={2004}
}
Cluster interconnect performance is typically characterized by latency and throughput. However, not only latency and throughput but also the CPU utilization of an interconnect are important attributes that affect overall system performance. In our studies, we have run cluster benchmarks with two device drivers with different throughput and latency characteristics. We have observed that point-to-point performance tests such as throughput and latency cannot be translated directly into application… CONTINUE READING

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