Distributed Virtual Machines : Inside the Rotor CLI by Gary Nutt

By Gary Nutt

The typical Language Infrastructure (CLI) is a a number of language runtime approach, first applied because the .NET universal Language Runtime (CLR). In March, 2002 Microsoft published the Shared resource CLI implementation (aka Rotor)for normal academic use. The CLI know-how can be utilized to handle a spectrum of software program layout and improvement obstacles that lower throughout compilers, runtime structures, and working platforms. This ebook makes a speciality of the elements of the expertise which are at once on the topic of dispensed digital desktop expertise. It covers meeting structure, meeting loading, downloading, the execution engine, safety, CLI interobject communique (remoting), and extra. This publication is out there totally on-line at http://aw-bc.com/nutt/cli for professor review and school room use, and for normal readers drawn to the Rotor CLI.

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HPCC applications are designed to run in small to medium scale parallel platforms, for example up to 1,000 processors. WBCC applications are intended to be used, potentially, by many thousands of machines (for example, the CNN web service is expected to have thousands of clients accessing their content at any given moment). • Software styles vary considerably between the two domains. The dominant programming language in HPCC is High Performance Fortran, whereas WBCC languages are object-oriented languages (C++, Java, and now C#).

Java popularized the idea of “just in time” (JIT) compilation, meaning that the IL is translated into the host machine’s native machine language, then executed directly rather than being interpreted (again, see Figure 2-8). The JVM always has the option of either interpreting the IL representation, or translating the IL into the native machine language and executing it. Source Program Language Language Compiler Compiler Intermediate Intermediate Representation Representation JIT JIT Compiler Compiler Native NativeCode Code Interpreter Interpreter CPU Execution Figure 2-8: Code Translation and Execution The CLI uses almost the same approach as shown in the figure.

Threading namespace. NET DVM). In particular, please use Abort() and Join() to terminate the child threads (rather than the runFlag shown in the C code). = 3) { fprintf(stderr, "Usage: cpuload \n"); ExitProcess(1); } else { N = atoi(argv[1]); runTime = atoi(argv[2]); } /* Create N child threads */ for (i = 0; i < N; i++) { printf("cpuload: Creating child thread[%d]\n",i); aThread = (HANDLE) _beginthreadex ( (void *) lpsa, (unsigned) cbStack, (unsigned (_stdcall *)(void *)) threadWork, (void *) &i, (unsigned) fdwCreate, (unsigned *) &aThreadID ); Sleep(100); /* Let the new thread run */ } /* Wait while children work ...

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