We demonstrate the feasibility and benefit of the PET approach with a prototype implementation developed in software, executing on an instrumented Pentium M system. First, we present a detailed characterization of the system response to power management mechanisms to identify the timescales and magnitude of expected response to management decisions. Second, we illustrate PET operation with realistic workloads and usage scenarios, demonstrating that the prototype achieves the desired ranges of operation with dynamic run-time control.... Integrated xSeries servers , HPa#39;s ProLiant BL10e G2 , and Fujitsu- Siemensa#39; PRIMERGY Blade BX300 . ... 4.1 System Overview In our experimental setup, the Pentium M system resides in a modified tower enclosure, lying flat withanbsp;...
|Title||:||Coordinated Power, Energy, and Temperature Management|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|