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Log Analysis for Fault Management in Large-scale Systems
SESSION: Doctoral Research Showcase (2 of 2)
EVENT TYPE: Doctoral Research Showcase
TIME: 4:15PM - 4:30PM
SESSION CHAIR: Volodymyr Kindratenko
ABSTRACT: With the increasing scale and complexity of high performance
computing (HPC) systems, reliability is becoming critical for these
systems. System logs are the primary source of information to
understand and analyze system problems. Nevertheless, manual log
processing is time-consuming, errorprone, and not scalable.
Currently little study has been done on automated log analysis for
practical use in HPC systems. In this study, we present a log
analysis infrastructure by exploiting data mining and statistical learning technologies. Our work can be broadly divided into four parts: log pre-processing, online failure prediction, automatic root cause diagnosis, and reliability modeling. We evaluate our preliminary results by means of system logs collected from production HPC systems. The work can greatly improve our
understanding of faults and failures arising from hardware/software
components and their interactions in HPC systems. It can further
facilitate the resilience research for HPC systems.