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This would require monitoring system CPU utilization and then generating parallelism to fill only unused or under-used CPUs ''and'' tracking when PorcE expects it's own utilization to drop.
This last part is required so that estimates do not treat PorcEs own utilization (event the dependencies of the current task) are treated as in use CPU.
Effectively, PorcE would need to track how many CPUs are in use by non-PorcE tasks and would not try to fill those CPUs.
This would require monitoring system CPU utilization and then generating parallelism to fill only unused or under-used CPUs ''and'' tracking when ~PorcE expects it's own utilization to drop.
This last part is required so that estimates do not treat ~PorcEs own utilization (event the dependencies of the current task) are treated as in use CPU.
Effectively, ~PorcE would need to track how many CPUs are in use by non-~PorcE tasks and would not try to fill those CPUs.
Version Date Modified Size Author Changes ... Change note
7 18-Nov-2017 15:19 5.952 kB Arthur Peters to previous
6 18-Nov-2017 14:17 5.948 kB Arthur Peters to previous | to last Add thoughts on System Load Sensitivity.
5 17-Nov-2017 15:14 5.208 kB Arthur Peters to previous | to last Add thoughts on nested parallelism
4 16-Nov-2017 11:58 4.254 kB Arthur Peters to previous | to last Propose a way to handle timed semantics violations.
3 15-Nov-2017 20:48 3.776 kB Arthur Peters to previous | to last A batching optimizer
2 15-Nov-2017 20:24 1.338 kB Arthur Peters to previous | to last Add current optimizer.
1 15-Nov-2017 20:14 0.805 kB unknown to last Description of goals
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