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Fine Packet Size Tuning With AutoLink

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Author(s)

Martial Michel, J E. Devaney

Abstract

Using MPI to work with composed data-types, or data-types using pointers, is not a built-in operation. AutoMap and AutoLink are two tools that provide those functionalities to the MPI library, as a source-to-source compiler and as a subset of functions on top of MPI. AutoLink uses buffering by packets to transfer more than one node of the data structure it is traversing, in a time/communication efficient way. This packet'' needs to be adapted to the system (cpu, network) used to be the most suitable possible. This article presents the Fine Packet Tuning'' tool developed to provide an easy way to do so.
Conference Dates
September 21-24, 1999
Conference Location
Aizu, JA
Conference Title
International Workshop on Parallel Computing

Keywords

AutoLink, AutoMap, data-types, MPI, packet size

Citation

Michel, M. and Devaney, J. (1999), Fine Packet Size Tuning With AutoLink, International Workshop on Parallel Computing, Aizu, JA (Accessed June 24, 2024)

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Created February 9, 1999, Updated February 17, 2017