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This package provides description, functionality and services of high-resolution profiling and analysis of power consumption in a computer cluster.
ATOM monitoring agent for near-real time collection of infrastructure and application metrics
stable power monitoring server and client for starpu usage
Web interface for the ATOM monitoring framework
Overview of EXCESS benchmarks
Provisioning of the ATOM monitoring framework using Ansible and Vagrant
Overview of the EXCESS monitoring framework (installation, components, and documentation)
Landing page for energy-aware runtime support for HPC using StarPU
Overview of monitoring plugins available for the ATOM monitoring framework
EXCESS Concurrent Tree Library. Features the EXCESS’s locality-aware and energy- efficient concurrent search trees: DeltaTree and GreenBST. This library also contains various prominent and state-of-the-art concurrent search tree implementations.
Repository provides scripts to easily install, start, and stop monitoring components
ATOM monitoring server for near-real time collection of infrastructure and application metrics
Windows command line program to record samples from a Adlink USB1901 DAQ.
Linux command line utility to read system state via PAPI-C or Likwid at a fixed rate.
EXCESS C++ Concurrent Data Structures framework - a benchmark framework and some EXCESS component work. Currently also include the EXCESS concurrent data structure library, see the data-structures-library repository.
API clients to showcase the RESTful API of the monitoring framework
It contains an example with makefile that integrate MeterPU and monitoring-api together
StarPU extended with power measurements by MF
EXCESS C++ Concurrent Data Structures (Adapter) Library