Synthesized Tools for Archiving, Monitoring Performance and Enhanced DEbugging (STAMPEDE)
- Ewa Deelman, Information Sciences Institute (Lead PI)
- Christopher Brooks, University of San Francisco
- Dan Gunter, LBNL
- Martin Swany, University of Delaware
Stampede supported by the NSF under grant
OCI-0943705. The original proposal title is Middleware for Monitoring and Troubleshooting of Large-Scale Applications on National Cyberinfrastructure.
Large-scale applications today make use of distributed resources to support computations and as part of their execution, generate large amounts of log information. Up to now, we have been using the Netlogger analysis tools to perform off-line log analysis. Stampede extends the current offline workflow log analysis capability and develops a comprehensive middleware solution that will allow users of complex scientific applications to track the status of their jobs in real time, to detect execution anomalies automatically, and to perform on-line troubleshooting without logging in to remote nodes or searching through thousands of log files.