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Autopilot is a flexible infrastructure for real-time adaptive control of parallel and distributed computing resources.

The objective of the Autopilot project is to integrate dynamic performance instrumentation and on-the-fly performance data reduction with configurable, malleable resource management algorithms, and a real-time adaptive control mechanism that automatically chooses and configures resource management algorithms based on application request patterns and observed system performance. Our goal is creation of an infrastructure for building resilient, distributed and parallel applications. The Autopilot infrastructure is built on the lessons and software from our successful Pablo performance environment and our experiences with adaptive file systems.

Current Version:   2.2

License Type:   Free for Education, Research and Non-Profit Purposes

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Targeted Platforms:

SunOS, SGI IRIX, Red Hat Linux 6.0, IBM AIX 2.4

Software/Hardware Requirements:

Globus, Pablo, C++ compiler, GNU make

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