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Event-Based Measurement and Analysis of One-Sided Communication

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Event-Based Measurement and Analysis of One-Sided Communication
Abstract. To analyze the correctness and the performance of a program, information about the dynamic behavior of all participating processes is needed. The dynamic behavior can be modeled as a stream of events required for a later analysis including appropriate attributes. Based on this idea, KOJAK, a trace-based toolkit for performance analysis, records and analyzes the activities of MPI-1 point-to-point and collective communication. To support remote-memory access (RMA) hardware in a portable way, MPI-2 introduced a standardized interface for remote memory access. However, potential performance gains come at the expense of more complex semantics. From a programmer’s point of view, an MPI-2 data transfer is only completed after a sequence of communication and associated synchronization calls. This paper describes the integration of performance measurement and analysis methods for RMA communication into the KOJAK toolkit. Special emphasis is put on the underlying event model used to ...
Marc-André Hermanns, Bernd Mohr, Felix Wolf
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where EUROPAR
Authors Marc-André Hermanns, Bernd Mohr, Felix Wolf
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