Distributed Compilation System for High-Speed Software Build Processes

01/21/2021
by   Geunsik Lim, et al.
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The idle time of personal computers has increased steadily due to the generalization of computer usage and cloud computing. Clustering research aims at utilizing idle computer resources for processing a variable workload on a large number of computers. The workload is processed continually despite the volatile status of the individual computer resources. This paper proposes a distributed compilation system for improving the processing speed of CPU-intensive software compilations. This significantly reduces the compilation time of mass sources by using the idle resources. We expect gains of up to 65 compared to non-distributed compilation systems.

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