[Planetlab-users] node availability benchmarks
massie at CS.Berkeley.EDU
Fri Jun 18 15:14:29 EDT 2004
On Fri, 2004-06-18 at 11:55, Rob Knauerhase wrote:
> In summary, while there are any number of great useful diagnostic
> tests for the folks who have to keep the system running, the main test
> we're lacking is whether a user should even bother with a particular
> node or not. And THAT metric, as disappointing as it may be to start,
> is probably worthy of focus.
you might check out SWORD. it's a wide-area resource locator running on
planetlab (http://www.swordrd.org/). you can create custom queries on
real-time data based on dozens of system metrics (e.g. CPU, memory,
disk, network, load, etc). application developers can customized the
query to match their application requirements.
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