HOPLANG: advancement of the monitoring data stream processing language
A. V. Adinetz, P. A. Bryzgalov, Vad. V. Voevodin, S. A. Zhumatii, D. A. Nikitenko, K. S. Stefanov
M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Research Computing Center
The efficiency analysis of supercomputer applications is a very actual problem. The main aim of HOPSA project is the efficiency analysis using monitoring data. Because supercomputer applications are large, the amount of monitoring data is also very large. One of the most widespread tool for large data amounts is the pair formed Hadoop and PIG. Hadoop is a very famous toolkit for the distributed data processing and PIG is a language for creating requests to Hadoop. However, it was found that this pair is not suitable for HOPSA project aims. Any request is processed for a very long time because of long compiling, the data streams are not supported, very few databases are supported, and there is no support for database indices. Thus, a special language for huge monitoring data streams is required. We develop such a language named HopLang. Just now, HopLang can process real monitoring data. This paper describes the last half-year language advance and some future plans.
parallel processing; monitoring; supercomputing.
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A. V. Adinetz, P. A. Bryzgalov, Vad. V. Voevodin, S. A. Zhumatii, D. A. Nikitenko, K. S. Stefanov, “HOPLANG: advancement of the monitoring data stream processing language”, Num. Meth. Prog., 13:3 (2012), 126–131
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