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Debugger visualizations for shared-memory multiprocessors

Cherri M. Pancake

Debugger visualizations for shared-memory multiprocessors

by Cherri M. Pancake

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Published by Cornell Theory Center, Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementCherri M. Pancake, Paula Sue Utter.
SeriesTechnical report / Cornell Theory Center -- CTC91TR51., Technical report (Cornell Theory Center) -- 51.
ContributionsUtter, Paula Sue., Cornell Theory Center.
The Physical Object
Pagination18 p. :
Number of Pages18
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16958191M

Examples of Threads Programs. This guide has covered a wide variety of important threads programming issues. Appendix A, Extended Example: A Thread Pool Implementation provides a pthreads program example that uses many of the features and styles that have been discussed.. Further Reading. Readings: Memory Consistency Required Lamport, “How to Make a Multiprocessor Computer That Correctly Executes Multiprocess Programs,” IEEE Transactions on Computers, Recommended Gharachorloo et al., “Memory Consistency and Event Ordering in Scalable Shared-Memory Multiprocessors,” ISCA

shared~memory. multiprocessors, and enables two or more protocols to coexist. within a process's space. We present experimental results on the performance of both algorithms. To demonstrate Lhe utilityofthe approachina typical application, we present the results of an experiment in which one algorithm is used to implement a Distributed. • Use increased capacity of shared-memory multiprocessors to address resource exhaustion and linear slowdown • Extend speed/detail trade-off with fast, parallel mode of simulation • Goal: eliminate slowdown due to parallelism and increase scalability to enable .

the benefits of both shared memory and distributed memory multiprocessors, by supporting a shared address space on top of physically distributed main memory (virtually shared memory multiprocessors) ([1], [2], [12], [14], [28], [36], [42]). There are several shared memory multiprocessors but they are not scaleable and efficient.   Two basic paradigms for parallel machines have been proposed and implemented in the recent years: shared memory multiprocessors such as the NYU Ultracomputer [10], the IBM RP3 [25] and the CRAY-XMP [4], and distributed memory multiprocessors such as the Connection Machine [12], Intel iPSC, NCube, and others [8].


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Shared memory multiprocessors are becoming the dominant architecture for small-scale parallel computation. This book is the first to provide a Debugger visualizations for shared-memory multiprocessors book review of current research in shared memory multiprocessing in the United States and : Norihisa Suzuki.

One of the most serious problems in the development cycle of large-scale parallel programs is the lack of tools for debugging and performance analysis. We are addressing the problem on large-scale, shared-memory : J FowlerRobert, J LeBlancThomas, M Mellor-CrummeyJohn.

@article{osti_, title = {A mechanism for efficient debugging of parallel programs}, author = {Miller, B P and Choi, J D}, abstractNote = {This paper addresses the design and implementation of an integrated debugging system for parallel programs running on shared memory multi-processors (SMMP).

The authors describe the use of flowback analysis to provide information on causal. Adir A, Attiya H and Shurek G () Information-Flow Models for Shared Memory with an Application to the PowerPC Architecture, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems,(), Online publication date: 1-May Hough, A.

and J. Cuny: Initial Experiences with a Pattern-Oriented Parallel Debugger. Proc. ACM SIGPLAN/SIGOPS Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Debugging. Published in ACM SIGPLAN Notices. 24(1), – (). Google ScholarCited by: 9.

This paper describes the goals, programming model and design of DiSOM, a software based distributed shared memory system for a multicomputer composed of heterogeneous nodes connected by a high-speed network.

A typical configuration is a cluster of tens of high-performance workstations and shared-memory multiprocessors of two or three different architectures, each with a processing power [ ].

• Bob Boothe, "Algorithms for Bidirectional Debugging," USM Technical ReportFebruary • Bob Boothe, chapter on "Execution Driven Simulation of Shared Memory Multiprocessors" in book titled "Fast Simulation of Computer Architectures", edited by Thomas M.

Conte and Charles E. Gimarc, Kluwer Academic. The main difference between multiprocessor and multicomputer is that the multiprocessor is a system with two or more CPUs that is capable of performing multiple tasks at the same time while a multicomputer is a system with multiple processors that are connected via an interconnection network to perform a computation task.

A processor is a vital component in the computer. Expert Debugging Tricks (we finally get to the fun and profit piece-- many techniques that are effective but unusual, and probably wouldn't be attempted by the usual coder without this book's help on avoiding potholes); 8 and 9 are a whole collection of very cool "scenarios" covering all the NIGHTMARES created by threads and multiprocessors Reviews: I'm working on a project that includes working with Visual Studio and CUDA Development and integrated is the Nsight Debugging environment to it.

number of streaming multiprocessors is equal to the number of blocks that can run simultaneously at the same time. CUDA Unable to see shared memory values in Nsight debugging. Can't. Abstract: The following topics are dealt with: Grid and distributed computing; scheduling task systems; shared-memory multiprocessors; imaging and visualization; testing and debugging; performance analysis and real-time systems; scheduling for heterogeneous resources; networking; peer-to-peer and mobile computing; compiler technology and run-time systems; load balancing; network.

The Mach virtual memory Mach is a distributed version of Unixª, developed at Carnegie Mellon University. In Mach, each process (called a task) is assigned a single paged address space.

A page in the process’s address space is either allocated or unallocated. An unallocated page cannot be addressed by the threads of a task. We examine the real-time visualization methodology for shared memory multiprocessors.

Two applications, visualizing the concurrent processes and matrix-related computations, are used to highlight the importance of visualization in understanding parallel program execution on shared memory multiprocessors.

OpenMP, developed jointly by several parallel computing vendors to address these issues, is an industry-wide standard for programming shared-memory and distributed shared-memory multiprocessors.

It consists of a set of compiler directives and library routines that extend FORTRAN, C, and C++ codes to express shared-memory parallelism. Shared Memory And Distributed Shared Memory Systems: A Survey Krishna Kavi, Hyong-Shik Kim, University of Alabama in Huntsville The next wave of multiprocessors relied on distributed memory, where processing nodes development and debugging stages) as well as the message passing version.

Programmers. View shared memory variables in the debugger I currently have a shared memory DLL that is created in C and attach to it in FORTRAN using the following method; however, when I try to see the value of the shared memory variable in the watch window, it is a bogus value: MAXFLOW =.

The debugging tools we used visualization of three-dimensional (3D) data. In many applications, a sequence of frames for di erent viewpoints been developed for both centralized and distributed shared memory multiprocessors [5]. arallelP implementations of the faster shear-warp method haev also been developed [ 9, 4].

Current shared memory multicore and multiprocessor systems are nondeterministic. Each time these systems execute a multithreaded application, even if supplied with the same input, they can produce a different output.

This frustrates debugging and limits the ability to properly test multithreaded code, becoming a major stumbling block to the much-needed widespread adoption of parallel. PVP and PVS are designed to assist in the development/debugging of parallel software, and have, initially, been targeted at a shared memory multiprocessor, an Encore Multimax.

We consider their use to monitor the per- formance of a hand-parallelised Fortran applications program which implements the Global Element Method,2'3 a technique for. Debugging a Shared Memory Problem in a multi-core design with virtual hardware This article demonstrates how a virtual platform can be used to debug a shared memory problem in a multi-core design.

Single-chip coherent multiprocessing is next step. Program Development Tools for Clusters of Shared Memory Multiprocessors Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Supercomputing 17(3) November with 21 Reads How we measure 'reads'.This book covers the POSIX and Oracle Solaris threads APIs, programming with synchronization objects, and compiling multithreaded guide is for developers who want to use multithreading to separate a process into independent execution threads, improving application performance and structure.

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY ENHANCEMENTS AND EMERGING ENGINEERING RESEARCH, VOL 1, ISSUE 4 ISSN BACKGROUND: 2 HISTORY OF SHARED MEMORY MULTIPROCESSOR:The history of.