Elzar: Triple Modular Redundancy using Intel Advanced Vector Extensions
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Elzar

Triple Modular Redundancy using Intel Advanced Vector Extensions.

ELZAR is a compiler framework that transforms unmodified multithreaded applications to support triple modular redundancy using Intel AVX extensions for vectorization. See our technical report and our DSN'16 publication for details.

Docker

Ready-to-use Docker image

Full installation

  • Refer to Dockerfile for initial setup

  • Install benchmarks:

./install/install_parsec.sh
./install/install_phoenix.sh
  • Run benchmarks:
./install/run_parsec.sh
./install/run_phoenix.sh

By default, each benchmarks is run 3 times. To set the number of times, set environmental variable NUM_RUNS.