TetriSched: global rescheduling with adaptive plan-ahead in dynamic heterogeneous clusters

@inproceedings{Tumanov2016TetriSchedGR,
  title={TetriSched: global rescheduling with adaptive plan-ahead in dynamic heterogeneous clusters},
  author={Alexey Tumanov and Timothy Zhu and Jun Woo Park and Michael A. Kozuch and Mor Harchol-Balter and Gregory R. Ganger},
  booktitle={EuroSys},
  year={2016}
}
TetriSched is a scheduler that works in tandem with a calendaring reservation system to continuously re-evaluate the immediate-term scheduling plan for all pending jobs (including those with reservations and best-effort jobs) on each scheduling cycle. TetriSched leverages information supplied by the reservation system about jobs' deadlines and estimated runtimes to plan ahead in deciding whether to wait for a busy preferred resource type (e.g., machine with a GPU) or fall back to less preferred… CONTINUE READING
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