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Student
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Aleksandr Tarasov
Development of a System for Restoring Tasks After Failures on Multiprocessor Computers with Angara Interconnect
9
2018
The goal of the work is the development of the system for restoring tasks after failures on multiprocessor computers with the interconnect of the Angara.

In the course of the work the main basic and alternative methods of fault tolerance are considered, their comparative analysis is carried out. Among the methods considered, three software implementations were selected and tested. Based on the most efficient of them (judging by the time to recover a task), a disaster recovery system was adapted.

The outcomes of the work can be used for development of a system for the tasks recovery and for further research of the ways of increasing the efficiency of computations on multiprocessor computers with the Angara interconnect.

This work includes the following sections: introduction, three chapters, conclusion, list of sources used and four annexes.

In the first chapter, the main and alternative methods for ensuring fault tolerance were examined, their comparative analysis was conducted. In the second chapter, the program implementations of the three selected methods were examined, their efficiency was tested. In the third chapter the testing system and disaster recovery system development are described. The conclusion contains the work outcomes and recommendations for the further development.

The work consists of 66 pages and includes 6 illustrations, 3 tables and uses 10 sources.

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