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Integrating Collective I/O and Cooperative Caching into the Clusterfile Parallel File System

Integrating Collective I/O and Cooperative Caching into the Clusterfile Parallel File System
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Konferenzartikel 

Jahr:

2004 

Autoren:

Walter F. Tichy
Guido Malpool
Vlad Olaru
Florin Isailă
 

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Summary

This paper presents the integration of two collective I/O techniques into the Clusterfile parallel file system: disk-directed I/O and two-phase I/O. We show that global cooperative cache management improves the collective I/O performance. The solution focuses on integrating disk parallelism with other types of parallelism: memory (by buffering and caching on several nodes), network (by parallel I/O scheduling strategies) and processors (by redistributing the I/O related computation over several nodes). The performance results show considerable throughput increases over ROMIO&#8217s extended two-phase I/O.

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@inproceedings{,
author={Walter F. Tichy, Guido Malpohl, Vlad Olaru, Florin Isail{\ua}},
title={Integrating Collective I/O and Cooperative Caching into the Clusterfile Parallel File System},
year=2004,
month=Nov,
booktitle={Proc. Of ACM International Conference on Supercomputing (ICS)},
url={https://ps.ipd.kit.edu/downloads/ka_2004_integrating_collective_io_cooperative_caching.pdf},
abstract={This paper presents the integration of two collective I/O techniques into the Clusterfile parallel file system: disk-directed I/O and two-phase I/O. We show that global cooperative cache management improves the collective I/O performance. The solution focuses on integrating disk parallelism with other types of parallelism: memory (by buffering and caching on several nodes), network (by parallel I/O scheduling strategies) and processors (by redistributing the I/O related computation over several nodes). The performance results show considerable throughput increases over ROMIO&#8217s extended two-phase I/O.},