Implementing and Evaluating Jukebox Schedulers Using JukeTools


Lijding, Maria Eva and Mullender, Sape and Jansen, Pierre (2003) Implementing and Evaluating Jukebox Schedulers Using JukeTools. In: 20th IEEE/11th NASA Goddard Conference on Mass Storage Systems and Technologies, MSST, 7-10 April 2003, San Diego, California (pp. pp. 92-96).

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Abstract:Scheduling jukebox resources is important to build efficient and flexible hierarchical storage systems. JukeTools is a toolbox that helps in the complex tasks of implementing and evaluating jukebox schedulers. It allows the fast development of jukebox schedulers. The schedulers can be tested in numerous environments, both real and simulated types. JukeTools helps the developer to easily detect errors in the schedules. Analyzer tools create detailed reports on the behavior and performance of any of the scheduler, and provide comparisons between different schedulers. This paper describes the functionality offered by JukeTools, with special emphasis on how the toolbox can be used to develop jukebox schedulers.
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