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A distributed load-based failure recovery mechanism for advance reservation environments

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A distributed load-based failure recovery mechanism for advance reservation environments
— Resource reservations in advance are a mature concept for the allocation of various resources, particularly in grid environments. Common grid toolkits support advance reservations and assign jobs to resources at admission time. In such a distributed environment, it is necessary to develop carefully tailored failure recovery mechanisms that provide seamless transparent migration of jobs from one resource to another. As the migration of running jobs is difficult, an important issue in advance reservation, i.e., planning based, management infrastructures is to determine the duration of a failure in order to remap jobs that are already allocated to a currently failed resource but not yet active. As shown in previous work, underestimations of the failure duration and as a consequence the remapping of too few jobs results in an increased amount of job terminations. In order to overcome this drawback, in this paper we propose a load-based computation of the jobs to be remapped. A centrali...
Lars-Olof Burchard, Barry Linnert, Joerg Schneider
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Year 2005
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Authors Lars-Olof Burchard, Barry Linnert, Joerg Schneider
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