Home > presentations > ROMIO at SC 2017

ROMIO at SC 2017

November 9th, 2017

If you would like to learn more about I/O in High Performance Computing, come check out our SC 2017 tutorial Parallel I/O in Practice. We will cover the hardware and software that makes up the software stack on large parallel computers. MPI-IO takes up a big chunk of time, as do the I/O libraries which typically sit on top of MPI-IO.

If you are interested in ROMIO, you hopefully are familiar with Darshan for collecting statistics and otherwise characterizing you your I/O patterns. These other Darshan-related events will likely be of interest to you:

Thursday’s “Analyzing Parallel I/O” BoF by Phil Carns and Julian Kunkel.  Several guests will share their experiences in analyzing I/O performance and participate in a panel discussion:

http://sc17.supercomputing.org/presentation/?id=bof136&sess=sess364

https://wr.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/events/2017/bof-analyzing

Glenn Lockwood will be presenting a paper entitled “UMAMI: A Recipe for Generating Meaningful Metrics through Holistic I/O Performance Analysis” at the PDSW-DISCS workshop on Monday as well!  It highlights how to integrate I/O monitoring data from multiple sources into a coherent view.

http://www.pdsw.org/index.shtml

presentations

Comments are closed.