Authors(In alphabetical order): Benli Li, Conghui He, Donghai Yu, Pin Gao, Shijie Sun, Wenqiang Wu, Wanjing Wei, Xing Huang, Xiaogang Tu, Yangzihao Wang, Yongan Li.
Special thanks to Xiaowei Zhu and many for their work Gemini. Several basic utility functions in Plato is derived from Gemini, the design principle of some dual-mode based algorithms in Plato is also heavily influenced by Gemini's dualmode-engine. Thanks to Ke Yang and many for their work KnightKing which served as foundation of plato's walk-engine.
To simplify installation, Plato currently downloads and builds most of its required dependencies by calling following commands. You should call it at least once before any build operations.
# install compile dependencies. sudo ./docker/install-dependencies.sh # download and build staticlly linked libraries. ./3rdtools.sh distclean && ./3rdtools.sh install
Plato was developed and tested on x86_64 cluster and Centos 7.0. Theoretically, it can be ported to other Linux distribution easily.
Test && Build
- A cluster which can submit MPI programs(Hydra is a feasible solution).
- An accessible HDFS where Plato can find its input and put output on it.
A sample submit script was locate in here, modify it based on your cluster's environment and run.
 Xiaowei Zhu, Wenguang Chen, Weimin Zheng, Xiaosong Ma. Gemini: A computation-centric distributed graph processing system. 12th USENIX Symposium on Operating Systems Design and Implementation (OSDI ’16)
 Ke Yang, Mingxing Zhang, Kang Chen, Xiaosong Ma, Yang Bai, Yong Jiang. KnightKing: A Fast Distributed Graph Random Walk Engine. In ACM SIGOPS 27th Symposium on Operating Systems Principles (SOSP ’19)