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README.md

Open XDMoD Application Kernels Module

The Application Kernel Performance Monitoring Module for Open XDMoD is designed to measure quality of service as well as preemptively identify underperforming hardware and software by deploying customized, computationally lightweight “application kernels” that are run frequently (daily to several times per week) to continuously monitor HPC system performance and reliability from the application users’ point of view. The term “computationally-lightweight” is used to indicate that the application kernel requires relatively modest resources for a given run frequency. Accordingly, through XDMoD, system managers have the ability to proactively monitor system performance as opposed to having to rely on users to report failures or underperforming hardware and software.

For more information, please visit the Application Kernels website.

Installation

Prebuilt packages of the Application Kernels module are available as releases on GitHub.

See the installation instructions on the Application Kernels website for additional information.

Contributing

Feedback is always welcome, and contributions are greatly appreciated! Before getting started, please see our contributing guidelines.

Developing

See the instructions for Open XDMoD.

Building

See the instructions for Open XDMoD.

License

The Open XDMoD Application Kernels module is released under the GNU Lesser General Public License ("LGPL") Version 3.0. See the LICENSE file for details.

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