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Compiler-Enhanced Incremental Checkpointing for OpenMP Applications (poster presentation)

Grigory Bronevetsky, Daniel Marques, Keshav Pingali, Sally McKee and Radu Rugina

The 13th ACM SIGPLAN Symposium on Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming (PPoPP 2008)
Salt Lake City, Utah, February 20-23, 2008


Abstract

As modern supercomputing systems reach the peta-flop performance range, they grow in both size and complexity. This makes them increasingly vulnerable to failures from a variety of causes. Checkpointing is a popular technique for tolerating such failures, enabling applications to periodically save their state and restart computation after a failure. Although a variety of automated system-level checkpointing solutions are currently available to HPC users, manual application-level checkpointing remains more popular due to its superior performance. This paper improves performance of automated checkpointing via compiler analysis for incremental checkpointing. This analysis, which works with both sequential and OpenMP applications, significantly reduces checkpoint sizes and enables asynchronous checkpointing.


  
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