The ANL/IBM SP Scheduling System

@inproceedings{Lifka1995TheAS,
  title={The ANL/IBM SP Scheduling System},
  author={David A. Lifka},
  booktitle={JSSPP},
  year={1995}
}
During the past five years scientists discovered that modern UNIX workstations connected with ethernet and fiber networks could provide enough computational performance to compete with the supercomputers of the day. As this concept became increasingly popular, the need for distributed queuing and scheduling systems became apparent. Systems such as DQS from Florida State were developed and worked very well. Today, supercomputers, such as Argonne National Laboratory's IBM SP system, can provide… CONTINUE READING

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