The Condor Scheduling System
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Condor is a scheduling system for idle workstations developed at the
University of Wisconsin. The goal of Condor is to maximize
utilization of workstations and allows tasks to be executed remotely
on workstations that have been identified as idle. Condor support
process migration so that a task that is suspended can be moved to
another workstation for completion.
|Key Papers and best academic references||
- Douglas Thain, Todd Tannenbaum, and Miron Livny,
"Distributed Computing in Practice: The Condor Experience"
Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience,
Vol. 17, No. 2-4, pages 323-356, February-April, 2005.
... more papers here.
- Miron Livney
- Michael Litzkow
- Matt Mutka
- Douglas Thain
- Todd Tannenbaum
- and many other contributors.
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