[Mauiusers] priority on certain nodes
wightman at clusterresources.com
Tue Jun 21 11:17:08 MDT 2005
I think it might be possible to set something up like this using standing
reservations. You could setup a standing reservation on a particular set
of nodes for each group that uses the cluster. You can then assign
positive affinity for those that "own" that group of nodes and negative
affinity for those that don't. This means that jobs of a certain group
will gravitate towards the nodes they own. This still leaves open the
option of a job running on a set of nodes that don't belong to its group,
it just means that the sheduler will try other options first.
Check out section 126.96.36.199.4 of the documentation.
Is this what you had in mind?
Cluster Resources, INC.
On Mon, 13 Jun 2005, justin litchfield wrote:
> hi all,
> i'm currently setting up a cluster that will wind up being about 40 cpus (10
> dual dual-core opterons most likely) and am looking into scheduling. this
> cluster will be used by several research groups, who each contributed to the
> cluster. it'd been mentioned to me that is possible to give each group
> priority on certain nodes - ie that group 1 "owns" nodes 1-5 and that they
> have priority on those. is that feasible (or i guess even desirable?)
> perhaps just groups having something like very high priority up to a certain
> number of nodes is desirable?
> is that what is used in the hard/soft limits? so group1 has a maxnodes =
> 5,30 or something?
> i dug through the archives and found a question like this but it didn't seem
> to have been answered. thank you,
> justin litchfield
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