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1 Presented by: Michael Cherkassky, Supervised by: Prof. Danny Raz

2 * Virtual Machine * Migration * Live Migration * Real-Time Real Time Issues in Live migration of Virtual Machines

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5 PH - 1 What was transmitted?

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7 * Goals: * Identify requirements of live migration process * Motivation for finding a method for ordering the page transfer

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15 Conclusion: It is possible to achieve a negligible increase in down- time with a substantial decrease of overall migration time.

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17 * Computational Resources: * Scheduling Guarantee by the Kernel – (Q, P) * Network Resources: * b needs to be constant * Possible to reserve

18 * The authors have modified the KVM hypervisor. * Page Tracing mechanism * Page accessed are traced within the hypervisor, using a bitmap * The implementation will exploit this information to modify transfer order

19 * Simulations - Virtualized VideoLAN Client (VLC) * 6500 mapped pages (16KB/page) * Transfer rate of 100MBit/sec. * 8 sec. (!)

20 Guaranteed bandwidth of 50 Mbit/s * Standard vs. LRU * 570 -> 300 (47%) (K=1) * 360 -> 290 (19.4%) (K=3) * > 4500 (6.25%) (K=1) * > 5000 (9.1%) (K=3)

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22 * Its possible to minimize downtime and improve QoS with simple page ordering algorithms * With a certain bandwidth, LRU has been proved as an effective aid for page ordering, achieving good results. * Further Work needs to be done…


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