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Routing and resource discovery in Phoenix Grid-enabled message passing library

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Routing and resource discovery in Phoenix Grid-enabled message passing library
We describe design and implementation of a "Gridenabled" message passing library, in the context of Phoenix message passing model. It supports (1) message routing between nodes not directly reachable due to firewalls and/or NAT, (2) resource discovery facilitating ease of configuration that allows nodes without static names (e.g., DHCP nodes) to participate in computation without specific efforts, and (3) nodes dynamically joining/leaving computation at runtime. We argue that, in future Grid environments, all of the above functions, not just routing across firewalls, will become important issues of Grid-enabled message passing systems including MPI. Unlike solutions commonly proposed by previous work on a Grid-enabled MPI, our system runs a distributed resource discovery and routing table construction algorithm, rather than assuming all such pieces of information are available in a static configuration file or alike. Experimental results using 400 nodes in three LANs indicat...
Kenji Kaneda, Kenjiro Taura, Akinori Yonezawa
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Year 2004
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Authors Kenji Kaneda, Kenjiro Taura, Akinori Yonezawa
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