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CIS669 Distributed and Parallel Processing. Spring 2002 Dr. Yuan Shi Lecture 4. Synergy Architecture. Static Daemons: pmd + cid Dynamic daemons: tsh + fah Language Injection Library: libsng.a Runtime components: prun + prun x -debug + pcheck CSL compiler (Configuration Spec. Lang.)

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Cis669 distributed and parallel processing

CIS669 Distributed and Parallel Processing

Spring 2002

Dr. Yuan Shi

Lecture 4


Synergy architecture

Synergy Architecture

  • Static Daemons: pmd + cid

  • Dynamic daemons: tsh + fah

  • Language Injection Library: libsng.a

  • Runtime components: prun + prun x -debug + pcheck

    • CSL compiler (Configuration Spec. Lang.)

    • DAC(Distributed Application Controller)

    • Cds –f (check daemons)

  • Other Tools

    • Host management: shosts, chosts, addhost, delhost, dhosts

    • Failure detection: fdd

    • Daemon check: cds


Parallel processing environment

Parallel Processing Environment

  • Cluster(s) of networked computers

  • ~/.sng_hosts holds all known and/or useable machines.

  • SNG_PATH points to synergy root on the compiling host.

  • /synergy/bin in local command search path.

  • A real ~/bin directory on each host.

  • Pmd/cid started on each host.


Application creation process

Application Creation Process

Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

ap1.c

apps.csl

%prun/pcheck

ap2.c

tsh

conf

cc/gcc

cid

cid

cid

fah

cid

dac

libsng.a

~/bin/ap1…


Debugging

Debugging

%prun matrix -debug

== Checking Processor Pool:

++ Benchmark (218) ++ (ackbar.yoda.temple.edu) ready.

++ Benchmark (218) ++ (tauntaun.yoda.temple.edu) ready.

== Done.

Conf Default node (rancor-hps.tc.cornell.edu)

== CONFiguring: (matrix.csl)

++ Application Console: (rancor.yoda.temple.edu)

++ Default directory (/usr/users/shi/synergy/apps/ssc/matrix)

++ Debugging mode ON.

++ Automatic program assignment: (worker)->(ackbar.yoda.temple.edu)

++ Automatic slave generation: (worker1)->(tauntaun.yoda.temple.edu)

++ Automatic program assignment: (master)->(ackbar.yoda.temple.edu)

++ Automatic object assignment: (problem)->(ackbar.yoda.temple.edu) pred(1) succ(6)

++ Automatic object assignment: (result)->(ackbar.yoda.temple.edu) pred(6) succ(1)

== Done.

== Staring distributed objects.

sng_prun. file_name(matrix.objs.prcd)

ConnectCid: cid_host(246544283) port(26012)

ConnectCid: cid_host(246544283) port(26012)

****** (matrix.objs.prcd) verified, all components executable.

ConnectCid: cid_host(246544283) port(26012)

****** (matrix.objs.prcd) started.

Fault Tolerance activated ::: ret(0)

FDD failed to start.

== Done.

++ Entering Synergy Debugging Session ...

Use .dbx to start debugging each program.

Please keep .ini file along with each program.

++ Type matrix.end to terminate the debugging session.


Applications

Applications

  • Computing intense applications

  • IO intense applications


Future research

Future Research

  • Stateless processing

  • Distributed stateless processing (transaction)

  • Fault tolerant cluster research


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