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J. Ray, N. Trebon, R. C. Armstrong, S. Shende, and A. Malony, "Performance Measurement and Modeling of Component Applications in a High Performance Computing Environment: A Case Study," Proc. 18th International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS'04), IEEE Computer Society, 2004.

Keywords: CCA, Performance modeling, CFRFS Combustion, TAU

We present a case study of performance measurement and modeling of a CCA (Common Component Architecture) component-based application in a high performance computing environment. Component-based HPC applications allow the possibility of creating component-level performance models and synthesizing them into application performance models. However, they impose the restriction that performance measurement/monitoring needs to be done in a non-intrusive manner and at a fairly coarse-grained level. We propose a performance measurement infrastructure for HPC based loosely on recent work done for Grid environments. A prototypical implementation of the infrastructure is used to collect data for three components in a scientific application and construct their performance models. Both computational and message-passing performance are addressed.


Created: Wed Apr 6 16:47:19 2005

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