Grid Description

SHARCNET is structured as a "cluster of clusters'' across south western, central and northern Ontario, designed to meet the computational needs of researchers in a diverse number of research areas and to facilitate the development of leading-edge tools for high performance computing. This trace contains up to a year's worth of accounting records from the SHARCNET clusters installed at several academic institutions in Ontario, Canada. For more information about this installation, see URL


Trace sharing:
SHARCNET, John Morton,
SHARCNET, Clayton Chrusch,
Parallel Workloads Archive, Dror Feitelson,

Trace analysis:
Shanny Anoep

Research Work

Dror G. Feitelson, Locality of sampling and diversity in parallel system workloads. In 21st Intl. Conf. Supercomputing (ICS), Jun 2007.

Trace Summary

TraceID/Source No. Sites No. V-Procs No. Users No. Jobs Utillization Reseach Work
GWA-T-10 SHARCNet 6-10 5K-10K 201-500 >1M n/a 0

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Copyright note
The SHARCNET traces were kindly provided by John Morton and Clayton Chrusch, who also helped with background information and interpretation. The SHARCNET traces were made publicly available by the Parallel Workloads Archive. To use these traces, you must include an acknowledgement to the source of the data in any published material that refers to the data. Please also consider refering to the Grid Workloads Archive in the acknowledgements.

Download the GWA-T-10 trace in GWF format [15MB]
Download the GWA-T-10 trace in SQLite format [18MB]

Analysis report

A detailed analysis report of this GWA-T-10 trace is available online.

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