The Design and Implementation of Berkeley Lab ’ s Linux Checkpoint / Restart

@inproceedings{Duell2002TheDA,
  title={The Design and Implementation of Berkeley Lab ’ s Linux Checkpoint / Restart},
  author={Jason Duell},
  year={2002}
}
Clusters of commodity computers running Linux are becoming an increasingly popular platform for highperformance computing, as they provide the best price/performance ratio in the marketplace. But while the size and raw power of Linux clusters continues to increase, many aspects of their software environments continue to lag behind those provided by proprietary supercomputing systems. One feature missing from Linux clusters is a robust, kernel-level checkpoint/restart implementation that can… CONTINUE READING
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