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Synchronizing Network Probes to Avoid Measurement Intrusiveness with the Network Weather Service

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Synchronizing Network Probes to Avoid Measurement Intrusiveness with the Network Weather Service
In this paper we present a scalable protocol for conducting periodic probes of network performance in a way that minimizes collisions between separate probes. The goal of the protocol is to enable active performance monitoring of large-scale distributed computational systems and networks. We use the protocol to generate time series of measurement data that are then exposed to numerical forecasting models when a prediction of network performance is required. We present the protocol and demonstrate its effectiveness using the Network Weather Service — a tool for dynamically predicting network, CPU, memory, and storage performance.
Richard Wolski, Benjamin Gaidioz, Bernard Touranch
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where HPDC
Authors Richard Wolski, Benjamin Gaidioz, Bernard Tourancheau
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