[Mauiusers] Moab and Ganglia integration
wightman at clusterresources.com
Thu Oct 21 09:02:06 MDT 2004
Great! We're glad another site has decided to take advantage of multiple
About the second issue, Moab will run the WorkloadQuery function for
each resource manager that it finds configured. If the WorkloadQuery
function has not been defined then this message still prints out (it
doesn't mean anything really). We'll put a patch in there to not print
out anything if no function has been defined.
About the second issue, it is not yet possible to confine Moab's search
to only those nodes that are reported on both. This feature might be
available later, but as of right now, Moab was built with the idea of
allowing multiple resource managers control disjoint resources, with one
coherent view given by Moab.
If you have any recommendations for the documentation (from your
experience) please let us know.
Cluster Resources, INC.
Chris Samuel wrote:
>I've turned on Ganglia in our Moab installation and it seems to work quite
>nicely, it gives us real stats for disk usage finally, as well as spotting
>that three nodes which had recently had motherboards swapped out had not had
>HyperThreading turned off and consequently were reporting 4 cpus's versus
>PBS's config of 2!
>Two questions though:
>1) Is it possible to confine Moab to only take notice of those nodes that are
>found through both the PBS and Ganglia RM's ?
>Our Ganglia information includes head, storage and management nodes which we'd
>prefer Moab to ignore.
>2) Moab is complaining about not being able to get the workload's through
>Ganglia, diagnose -R says:
>RM[ganglia] type: 'NATIVE' state: 'Active'
> Cluster Query URL: 'ganglia://'
> Flags: 'typeIsExplicit'
> P: Host: '' Port: 8649
> Event Management: (event interface disabled)
> RM Performance: Avg Time: 0.92s Max Time: 3.13s (502 samples)
> Thu Oct 21 16:30:27 workloadquery 'cannot get workload info' (251 of 251
>failed) (etc etc)
>Is this something that is expected to be injected into Ganglia through
>Gmetric, or are we too far behind with our version of Ganglia (2.5.4) ?
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