A comprehensive guide to today's most advanced RaD in highly parallel programming and applications. Volume 1 of this two-volume set collected today's best work on the systems aspects of high performance cluster computing. Now, in High Performance Cluster Computing: Programming and Application Issues, Volume 2, Rajkumar Buyya brings together the world's leading work on programming and applications for today's state-of-the-art qcommodity supercomputers.q The book is organized into three areas: programming environments and development tools; Java(tm) as a language of choice for development in highly parallel systems; and state-of-the-art high performance algorithms and applications. All three areas have seen major advances in recent years-and in all three areas, this book offers unprecented breadth and depth. Coverage includes: New parallel programming techniques and tools, including MP and PVM, active objects, scoped behavior, and LiPS. State-of-the-art debuggng techniques: Code liberation, global renaming, name reclamation, and debugging interfaces. The WebOS: Designing operating system services for wide-area applications. Leveraging Java(tm) to the fullest: Distributed objects, the HPspmd model, and more. Clustered Web servers and other high performance Web applications. Real-time resource management, climate ocean modeling, parallel reflexive reasoning, content-based image retrieval, biomedical applications, and more.CoCheck guarantees that a consistent set of checkpoints is written, i.e., it takes care of in transit messages, etc. To checkpoint an individual ... PVMa#39;s default resource manager has been replaced by the VM-RM, which interacts with the batch queuing system. ... Task migration requires a checkpointing and restart mechanism.
|Title||:||High Performance Cluster Computing: Programming and applications|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1999-01-01|