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The 3rd phase project added 2 HA scenario: 1. all processing workload run in one share memory fat node2. multiple main-processing fat nodes aggregate to one post-processing fat node.Also need enhance the simulation sample to the 3rd phase test cri...
[Support Matrix] - Request Symphony icpc compiler support
Customer using Intel icpc -O3 compiler/option to compile Symphony application client and service, and find an issue: the service always core dump when new a message object in onInvoke(), but run well when new it in onCreateService().Customer reque...
[DevOps][Localization] - Request Symphony Chinese edition GUI and CLI
Since 2012, Several local customer request Symphony Chinese Edition GUI and CLI, including nudt, JiangSu PSB, Tianjin Binhai PSB, FJMCC, Newland.As the G11n framework is done in production, to minimize effort, it's make sense to translate resource...
Customer's Whole GRID Processing Element including: 1. the externel socket streaming data source2. a pre-processing node3. a processing Symphony cluster4. a co-process node5. a post processing Symphony cluster6. the element output streaming data ...
Symphony run on Realtime Linux Kernel to get stable task latency - NUDT
Test to run 10000 tasks(5MB input), most tasks' latency is 5-10ms, some tasks over 25ms. Expect all task latency stable at a number, e.g 6ms.(RedHat MRG tasks latency is stable because it run at realtime kernel)
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