[gold-users] Question regarding gquote and goldsh ChargeRate Create
scottmo at adaptivecomputing.com
Wed Feb 10 13:39:28 MST 2010
Assuming you have gold 126.96.36.199 or higher, try this:
goldsh ChargeRate Create Type=Multiplier Name=ComputerFactor Rate=1
Then try your gquote as before:
(There is a small chance you may need to restart goldd if it doesn;t work)
See The UserGuide chapter 13 for details.
Ingmar Thompson wrote:
> We are just starting to look at Gold to manage our allocations at NCAR
> in Boulder, Colorado.
> This is what I was trying to do...
> Currently the accounting unit GAU is calculated for our Bluefire system as
> |GAUs charged = wallclock hours used * number of nodes used * number of
> processors in that node * computer factor * queue charging factor
> where computer factor = 1.4 and queue charging factor = type of queue.
> This is how I have loaded up our charges
> goldsh ChargeRate Query
> Type Name Rate Description
> ---------------- -------------- ---- -----------
> Resource Processors 1
> QualityOfService ComputerFactor 1.4
> QualityOfService Capability 1
> QualityOfService Economy 0.5
> QualityOfService Hold 0.33
> QualityOfService Premium 1.5
> QualityOfService Regular 1
> QualityOfService Standby 1
> Using the above, I can use the gquote to get close to the output of this
> simple charging algorithm...
> gquote -p aircraft -u bertie -m lightning -P 32 -t 3600 -Q Economy -X
> Successfully quoted 57600 credits
> I am having a problem getting gold to multiply in the ComputerFactor of
> 1.4. The rest of the equation is working
> ||wallclock hours used * number of nodes used * number of processors in
> that node * ||queue charging factor
> The computer factor is just a factor placed into the equation based on
> the speed of the machine when compared to the speed of a machine used as
> the standard (i.e. 1)
> When I use the -X option in the gquote for the ComputerFactor this is
> just a guess on my behalf. I am not at all clear from the Gold
> documentation as to what exactly the -X --extension option really does?
> In order to implement this charging equation stated above, would we need
> to modify the code of Gold?
> Any insight that you might have would be greatly appreciated.
> -Ingmar Thompson WEG/CISL @ NCAR
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