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On the Impact of Reservations from the Grid on Planning-Based Resource Management

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On the Impact of Reservations from the Grid on Planning-Based Resource Management
Advance Reservations are an important concept to support QoS and Workflow Scheduling in Grid environments. However, the impact of reservations from the Grid on the performance of local schedulers is not yet known. Using discrete event simulations we evaluate the impact of reservations on planning-based resource management of standard batch jobs. Our simulations are based on a real trace from the parallel workload archive. By introducing a new option for scheduling reservations in planning-based resource management, less reservation requests are rejected. Our results are important for increasing the acceptability of the Grid technology. We show, that a limited number of additional resource reservations from the Grid have only a limited impact on the performance of the traditionally submitted batch jobs.
Felix Heine, Matthias Hovestadt, Odej Kao, Achim S
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICCS
Authors Felix Heine, Matthias Hovestadt, Odej Kao, Achim Streit
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