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Diagnosing Distributed Systems through Log Data Analysis

by   K. R. Chowdhary, et al.

The log-based analysis and trouble-shooting has remained prevalent and commonly used approach for centralized and time-haring systems. However, for parallel and distributed systems where happen-before relations are not directly available between the events, it become a challenge to fully depend on log-based analysis in such instances. This article attempts to provide solutions using log-based performance analysis of centralized system, and demonstrates the results and their effectiveness, as well presents the challenges and proposes solutions for performance analysis in distributed and parallel systems.


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