Resource management in Legion

  title={Resource management in Legion},
  author={Steve J. Chapin and Dimitrios Katramatos and John F. Karpovich and Andrew S. Grimshaw},
  journal={Future Generation Comp. Syst.},
The recent development of gigabit networking technology, combined with the proliferation of low-cost, high-performance microprocessors, has given rise to metacomputing environments. These environments can combine many thousands of hosts, from hundreds of administrative domains, connected by transnational and worldwide networks. Managing the resources in such a system is a complex task, but is necessary to e ciently and economically execute user programs. In this paper, we describe the resource… CONTINUE READING
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