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[TCPP-announce] Call for Participation : First Workshop on System Management Tools for Large-Scale Parallel Systems ( held with IPDPS 2005)

First Workshop on System Management Tools for Large-Scale Parallel Systems 


Denver, CO, April 8th, 2005
 http://www.ece.rutgers.edu/~yyzhang/ipdps-ws
To be held in conjunction with
IPDPS 2005

ADVANCE PROGRAM

8:00 ?8:20 Welcoming Remarks
8:20 ?9:20 Keynote Address
Challenges in Programming and Managing Highly Parallel Systems
Manish Gupta (IBM T. J. Watson)
Session 1: Network System Management (9:20 ? 10:00)
9:20 ?9:40 Fast Scalable File Distribution Over Infiniband
Dennis Dalessandro, Pete Wyckoff (Ohio Supercomputing Center)
9:40 ?10:00 Performance Modeling of Subnet Management on Fat Tree
Infiniband Networks using openSM
Abhinav Vishnu, Amith R Mamidala, Hyun Wook Jin & Dhabaleswar K. Panda
(Ohio State)
10:00 ?10:30 break
Session 2: Modeling and Scalability (10:30 ?11:30)
10:30 ?10:50 A Framework Focus on Configuration Modeling and Integration
with Transparent Persistence
Ivan Diaz, Juan Tourino, Jesus Salceda, Ramon Doallo (University of A Coruna)
10:50 ?11:10 A Fixed-Structure Learning Automaton Solution to the
Stochastic Mapping Problem
Geir Horn (SIMULA Research Laboratory), B. John Oommen (Carleton University)
11:10 ?11:30 On the Scalability of Centralized Control                  
Dror G. Feitelson (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Session 3: MPI and System Management (11:30-12:10)
11:30 ?11:50 Monitoring and Debugging Parallel Software with BCS-MPI on
Large-Scale Clusters
Juan Fernandez*, Fabrizio Petrini, Eitan Frachtenberg (LANL)
11:50 ?12:10 MPISH: A Parallel Shell for MPI Programs
Narayan Desai, Andrew Lusk, Rick Bradshaw & Ewing Lusk (Argonne National Lab.)
12:10 ?13:30 lunch
Session 4: Fault Tolerance (13:30 ?14:30)
13:30 ?13:50 Performance Implications of Periodic Checkpointing on
Large-Scale Cluster Systems                          Adam J. Oliner (MIT), 

Ramendra K. Sahoo, Jose E. Moreira, Manish Gupta (IBM Research)
13:50 ?14:10 Current Practice and a Direction Forward in
Checkpoint/Restart Implementations for Fault Tolerance      Jose Carlos
Sancho, Fabrizio Petrini, Kei Davis, Roberto Gioiosa & Song Jiang (LANL)   

          14:10 ?14:30 Destructive Transaction: Human-Oriented Cluster
System Management Mechanism                               Taoying Liu,
Zhiwei Xu (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
14:30 ?15:00 break
Session 5: Industrial Presentations (15:00 ?15:40)
15:00 ?15:40 Installing the XT3: System Management Challenges in Being
Bigger, Faster, Better
Laura McGinnis, J. Ray Scott, Katie Vargo (Pittsburgh Supercomputer Center)
15:40 ?17:00 PANEL DISCUSSION: Challenges in Resource Management of Large
Scale Clusters           Moderator: Panelists: To be announced.


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