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Benchmarking the CLI for I/O-Intensive Computing

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Benchmarking the CLI for I/O-Intensive Computing
Common Language Infrastructure, or CLI, is a standardized virtual machine, which increasingly becomes popular on a wide range of platforms. In this paper we developed three I/O-intensive benchmarks for the CLI using various techniques. The first benchmark is designed in accordance with an application behavioural model that rebuilds the behavior of real world I/O-intensive applications. The second benchmark is a trace driven simulator that simulates five I/O-intensive applications. The third benchmark is a micro I/O-Intensive benchmark used to emulate a simple web server. In addition, the performances of the benchmarks are evaluated on the SSCLI. The results suggest that the CLI is a potential virtual machine for I/O-intensive computing.
Xiao Qin, Tao Xie 0004, Ahalya Nathan, Vijaya K. T
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where IPPS
Authors Xiao Qin, Tao Xie 0004, Ahalya Nathan, Vijaya K. Tadepalli
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