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Hierarchical Scheduling for Symmetric Multiprocessors

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Hierarchical Scheduling for Symmetric Multiprocessors
Hierarchical scheduling has been proposed as a scheduling technique to achieve aggregate resource partitioning among related groups of threads and applications in uniprocessor and packet scheduling environments. Existing hierarchical schedulers are not easily extensible to multiprocessor environments because (i) they do not incorporate the inherent parallelism of a multiprocessor system while resource partitioning, and (ii) they can result in unbounded unfairness or starvation if applied to a multiprocessor system in a naive manner. In this paper, we present hierarchical multiprocessor scheduling (H-SMP): a novel hierarchical CPU scheduling algorithm designed for a symmetric multiprocessor (SMP) platform. The novelty of this algorithm lies in its combination of space- and time-multiplexing to achieve desired bandwidth partition among the nodes of the hierarchical scheduling tree. This algorithm is also characterized by its ability to incorporate existing proportional-share algorithms ...
Abhishek Chandra, Prashant J. Shenoy
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where TPDS
Authors Abhishek Chandra, Prashant J. Shenoy
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