Schedule Based Processor Co Allocation in Multiclusters for Scheduling in Grid
In a Grid environment, the main consideration of scheduling policy is to reduce the overall response time and execution time of a job. Some innovative applications may require many resources of different types. It is common for the resource needs of grid applications to go beyond what is available in any of the sites making up a grid. To run such applications, a technique called co-allocation, that is, the simultaneous or coordinated access of single applications to resources of possibly multiple types in multiple locations managed by different resource managers is required. Allocating resource across the multiple clusters can reduce the execution time of a job in a reasonable amount.