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The following set of criteria was applied to evaluate checkpointing and migration costs: the number of hosts a job can migrate to (to minimize the risk of a failure), the size of a migrating job (memory allocated by this job), the job’s current runtime (in order to migrate jobs that are not to finish soon). Of course, the current runtime is not the best criterion for evaluation of migration costs of a given job. A job progress is much better metric for this. Taking advantage of this eNANOS functionality GRMS can better evaluate candidate jobs for migration and in this way improve efficiency of the whole schedule (for instance mean job completion time).
Net , a work unit requires around 3 months of CPU time in a fast PCs, being checkpointed 72 times during the whole execution. In conclusion, for even conservative estimates of error rates and checkpoint frequencies, the benefit of comparing digests of intermediate checkpoints is significant, and is even greater for higher probabilities of error or for longer computations with checkpoints. 8 (a) As a function of probability of error (p) Figure 1. 1 20 40 60 80 100 120 # of checkpoints 140 160 180 (b) As a function of checkpoint frequency (m) Benefit (W ) relative to maximum time (T ).
C o n f < / u r l > file > < / arguments> executable> simplejob> < / grmsjob> There are some attributes required by eNANOS not supported by the GRMS job description language. Thus, it is required to extend the specification of details about parallelism for applications in GRMS. There are basically two different ways: Extending the GJD language Using a mechanism to specify more details with the current semantic We have decided not extending the language used to describe jobs in the GRMS system.