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IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
Whither Generic Recovery from Application Faults? A Fault Study using Open-Source Software
This paper tests the hypothesis that generic recovery techniques, such as process pairs, can survive most application faults without using application-speciļ¬c information. We ex...
Subhachandra Chandra, Peter M. Chen
KBSE
2003
IEEE
10 years 5 months ago
Fault Localization With Nearest Neighbor Queries
We present a method for performing fault localization using similar program spectra. Our method assumes the existence of a faulty run and a larger number of correct runs. It then ...
Manos Renieris, Steven P. Reiss
ISSRE
2002
IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
The Impact of Recovery Mechanisms on the Likelihood of Saving Corrupted State
Recovery systems must save state before a failure occurs to enable the system to recover from the failure. However, recovery will fail if the recovery system saves any state corru...
Subhachandra Chandra, Peter M. Chen
IEEEAMS
2003
IEEE
10 years 5 months ago
JAGR: An Autonomous Self-Recovering Application Server
This paper demonstrates that the dependability of generic, evolving J2EE applications can be enhanced through a combination of a few recovery-oriented techniques. Our goal is to r...
George Candea, Emre Kiciman, Steve Zhang, Pedram K...
SOSP
2007
ACM
10 years 8 months ago
Triage: diagnosing production run failures at the user's site
Diagnosing production run failures is a challenging yet important task. Most previous work focuses on offsite diagnosis, i.e. development site diagnosis with the programmers prese...
Joseph Tucek, Shan Lu, Chengdu Huang, Spiros Xanth...
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