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A trace-driven analysis of name and attribute caching in a distributed system

A trace-driven analysis of name and attribute caching in a distributed system

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Published by Computer Science Division (EECS), University of California, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Berkeley, Calif, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Distributed operating systems (Computers)

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    Other titlesTrace driven analysis of name and attribute ....
    StatementKen W. Shirriff and John K. Ousterhout.
    Series[NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-192899.
    ContributionsOusterhout, John K., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14694343M

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A trace-driven analysis of name and attribute caching in a distributed system Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. A trace-driven analysis of name and attribute caching in a distributed system. [Ken W Shirriff; John K Ousterhout; United States.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. A Trace-Driven Analysis of Name and Attribute Caching in a Distributed System Ken W.

Shirriff John K. Ousterhout Computer Science Division Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences University of California at Berkeley Berkeley, CA Abstract This paper presents the results of simulating file name and atm'bute caching on client machines.

A Trace-DrivenAnalysis of Name and Attribute Caching in a Distributed System Ken W. Shirriff John K. Ousterhout Computer Science Division Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences University of California at Berkeley Berkeley, CA Abstract This paper presents the results of simulating filename and attribute caching on client machines.

Cooperative caching used by NFS-cc is a distributed file caching scheme, which allows file system clients to read data from the memory of other clients, instead of the server. Welch and J. Ousterhout, "Prefix Tables: A Simple Mechanism for Locating Files in a Distributed System," Proc.

6th Intl. Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, Maypp. – these scenarios, we run trace-driven simulations on a country-wide router-level topology with around 80K routers.

To the best of our knowledge, this is the largest (in terms of the topology and number of requests) and most comprehensive (in terms of the design space) trace-driven analysis of ICN caching strategies on video by: A Trace-Driven Analysis of Caching in Content-Centric Networks.

A T race-Dri ven Analysis of Caching in. simulations using router and Autonomous System (AS) level. A trace-driven analysis of name and attribute caching in a distributed system [microform] [] Shirriff, Ken W.

Berkeley, Calif.: Computer Science Division (EECS), University of California ; [Springfield, Va.: National Technical Information Service, distributor, ]. A Trace-Driven Analysis of Caching in Content-Centric Networks Gareth Tyson, Sebastian Kauney, Simon Miles, Yehia El-khatib z, Andreas Mauthe and Adel Taweel Department of Informatics, King’s College London, UK yMultimedia Communications Lab, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany zSchool of Computing and Communications, Lancaster.

In addition to my thesis research, I have simulated filename caching in a network, added kernel tracing to measure distributed file system performance, and implemented shared virtual memory, interprocess synchronization, and Unix binary compatibility. Developed the new RBW color model as a user-interface.

Mathematically analyzed the. A Trace-Driven Analysis of Name and Attribute Caching in a Distributed System. In: Proceedings of USENIX Winter, pp.

– (January ) Google Scholar Author: Nianmin Yao, Yong Han, Shaobin Cai, Qilong Han. A unified approach to the performance analysis of caching systems Valentina Martina, Michele Garetto, Emilio Leonardi validated against simulations and trace-driven experiments, provide it has been shown that the performance of caching system under the SNM traffic model can Cited by: 1.

Trace-Driven Modeling and Analysis of CPU Scheduling in a Multiprogramming System. Sherman, et. Paper studied a number of different process scheduling strategies.

Method: instead of modifying the scheduler in an OS an re-running some set of jobs, authors captured trace data about jobs running on a real system, and used a simulator to. A third approach is simulation, in which a computer program implements a simplified representation of the behavior of the components of the storage system, and then a synthetic or actual workload is applied to the simulation program, so that the performance of the simulated components and system can be measured.

Trace-driven simulation is an Cited by: 5. A Quantitative Analysis of Cache Policies for Scalable Network File Systems Michael D. Dahlin, Clifford J. Mather, Randolph Y. Wang, file system, xFS. W e present results from a trace-driven sim-ulation study of the protocol using traces from a client NFS installation.

Section2 of this paper outlines the file system caching. Agarwal A. () Transient Cache Analysis — Trace Sampling and Trace Stitching. In: Analysis of Cache Performance for Operating Systems and Multiprogramming.

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The SymTA/S approach proposes a system-level performance analysis method based on the classical schedulability analysis for real-time systems. When the task execution in a component is analyzed by the schedulability analysis, the inter-component interaction is modeled by the abstract event model that is represented as a tuple (p, j, d Cited by: 2.

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{Reclaiming Space from Duplicate Files in a Serverless Distributed File System}, Year = {}, {Trace Driven Analysis of Write Caching Policies for Disks}, Year = } @inproceedings{BittonWeb caching is one of the most successful solutions for improving the performance of Web-based systems.

In Web caching, the popular Web objects that are likely to be used in the near future are stored on devices closer to the Web user such as client's machine or proxy by: An Analysis of Two Cooperative Caching Techniques for Streaming Media in Residential Neighborhoods USC Database Laboratory Technical Report Number A shorter version appeared in Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Distributed Multimedia Systems (DMS ), San Francisco Bay, CA, September