Real-Time Scheduling with Resource Sharing on Uniform Multiprocessors
Ref: HURRAY-TR-120902 Publication Date: 8 to 9, Nov, 2012
Real-Time Scheduling with Resource Sharing on Uniform MultiprocessorsRef: HURRAY-TR-120902 Publication Date: 8 to 9, Nov, 2012
Consider the problem of scheduling a set of implicit-deadline sporadic tasks to meet all deadlines on a uniform multiprocessor platform where each task may access at most one of |R| shared resources and at most once by each job of that task. The resources have to be accessed in a mutually exclusive manner. We propose an algorithm, GIS-vpr, which offers the guarantee that if a task set is schedulable to meet deadlines by an optimal task assignment scheme that allows a task to migrate only when it accesses or releases a resource, then our algorithm also meets the deadlines with the same restriction on the task migration, if given processors 4 + 6|R| times as fast. The proposed algorithm, by design, limits the number of migrations per job to at most two. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first result for resource sharing on uniform multiprocessors with proven performance guarantee.
20th International Conference on Real-Time and Network Systems (RTNS 2012), ACM New York, pp 121-130.
Pont à Mousson, France.
Record Date: 10, Sep, 2012