By Alessandro Bassi, Micah Beck, Terry Moore (auth.), Alain Jean-Marie (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the seventh Asian Computing technology convention, ASIAN 2002, held in Hanoi, Vietnam in December 2002.
The 17 revised complete papers provided including invited contributions have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 30 submissions. The convention used to be dedicated to web computing and modeling, grid computing, peer-to-peer structures, and cluster computing. one of the matters addressed are scalable infrastructure for worldwide information grids, dispensed checkpointing, record coloring, parallel debugging, combinatorial optimization, video on call for servers, caching, grid environments, community enabled servers, multicast conversation, dynamic source allocation, site visitors engineering, path-vector protocols, Web-based net broadcasting, Web-based middleware, and subscription-based net prone.
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Each node represents a checkpoint and a directed edge m is drawn from Cp,i to Cq,j if (1) pq, and a message from Iq,j-1 to Ip,i is not logged or (2) p=q and j=i+1. The checkpoints Cp,i and Cq,j are called head(m) and tail(m). Cp,i Ip,i Cp,i+1 Ip,i Cp,i+1 Pp Iq,j-1 Cq,j Pq (a) Cp,i Pp Iq,j-1 Cq,j Pq (b) Fig. 6. (a) Checkpoints and not required messages; (b) R2-graph Definition 1: R2-Graph d An R2-graph is a directed graph G=(C, → ), where C is a non-empty set of local d checkpoints on all processes, while → is a relation connecting checkpoints, such that d Cp,i → Cq,j means that there is an edge from Cp,i to Cq,j in G with “head” at Cp,i and “tail” at Cq,j.
Rollback recovery line Time Stripe group 0 Region 2 Stripe group 1 Region 1 Stripe group 2 Stripe group 3 Cp Fig. 4. Snapshot of an inconsistency state in staggered writes Region 1 in Fig. 4 shows the steps before checkpointing procedure and region 2 shows the steps after checkpointing each staggered group. Therefore, the recovery to the global snapshot lost all the messages between the two regions. Therefore, all messages crossing the snapshot should be logged to guarantee a global consistency.
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