The CHARISMA Project (1993-1996)

The CHARISMA project began in June 1993 (at DAGS'93) to CHARacterize I/O in Scientific Multiprocessor Applications from a variety of production parallel computing platforms and sites. The CHARISMA project is unique in recording individual read and write requests in live, multiprogramming, parallel workloads (rather than from selected or non-parallel applications).

The project is finished, i.e., there is no work currently underway and none planned.

More details about the CHARISMA work.

Papers:

The CHARISMA trace format

The CHARISMA group:

* Dartmouth College
David Kotz
Nils Nieuwejaar
* Duke University
Carla Ellis
Apratim Purakayastha
* NASA Ames NAS
Jeff Becker
Russell Carter
Sam Fineberg
Art Lazanoff
Bill Nitzberg
Bernard Traversat
* MIT
Mike Best (formerly of Thinking Machines)
* Cornell Theory Center
Dave Schneider
* IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Caroline Benveniste
* Carnegie-Mellon University
Garth Gibson
Dan Stodolsky
* University of Toronto
Orran Krieger
* Syracuse University and NPAC
Mike Del Rosario


General Information about Parallel I/O.


This research was supported in part by the NASA Ames Research Center under Agreement Number NCC 2-849, the National Science Foundation under grant number CCR-9113170, the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, and Thinking Machines Corporation.


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