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A server performance model for static Web workloads

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2 Author(s)
Kant, K. ; Server Archit. Lab., Intel Corp., USA ; Sundaram, C.R.M.

The paper describes a queuing network model for a multiprocessor system running a static Web workload such as SPECweb96. The model includes architectural details of the Web server in terms of multilevel cache hierarchy, processor bus, memory pipeline, PCI bus based I/O subsystem, and bypass I/O-memory path for DMA transfers. The model is based on detailed measurements from a baseline system and a few of its variants. The model operates at the Web transaction level, and does not explicitly model the CPU core or the caching hierarchy. Yet, the model predicts the performance impact of low level features such as number of processors, processor speeds, cache sizes and latencies, memory latencies, higher level caches, sector prefetching, etc. The model shows an excellent match with measured results. Because of many features that are difficult to handle analytically, the default solution technique is simulation. However, the paper also proposes a simple hybrid approach that can significantly speed up the solution without affecting the accuracy appreciably. The model has also been extended to handle clusters of symmetric multiprocessor systems with both centralized and distributed memories

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Performance Analysis of Systems and Software, 2000. ISPASS. 2000 IEEE International Symposium on

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2000

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