Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
Method of dispatching tasks in multi-processor computing environment with dispatching rules and monitoring of system status










Image Number 5 for United States Patent #8015564.

An embodiment of a method of dispatching tasks in a multi-processor computing environment begins with a step of a dispatcher within the multi-processor computing environment receiving job properties for a plurality of jobs to be processed in the multi-processor computing environment. Each job comprises at least one task. In a second step, the dispatcher employs an initial dispatching rule to assign an initial subset of tasks to processors within the multi-processor computing environment. The method continues with a third step of the dispatcher monitoring system status of the multi-processor computing environment. In a fourth step, the dispatcher selects a second dispatching rule from a plurality of dispatching rules in response to a change in the system status. In a fifth step, the dispatcher employs the second dispatching rule to assign a second subset of tasks to the processors.








 
 
  Recently Added Patents
Selenium/group 3A ink and methods of making and using same
Triazine ring-containing polymer and film-forming composition comprising same
Mobile device case with storage compartment
Wire guide
Agent for expelling parasites in humans, animals or birds
Variable speed traffic control system
Controller for internal combustion engine
  Randomly Featured Patents
Crane grab apparatus
Rapid comparative genomic hybridization using acoustic surface waves
Filter with ePTFE and method of forming
Multimedia customer care center having a layered control architecture
Particularly substituted thiazolesulfenamides
Method for forming an electrical connector and an electrical connector obtained thereby
Separable lifting hook
Adaptive equalizer
Bar code demodulating method dependent on respective range of length ratios of measured character lengths of a current demodulating character and a preceding demodulating character
Vacuum depalletizer apparatus and method