[Mauiusers] Reservations for GPUs
denismpa at gmail.com
Tue Sep 27 08:07:34 MDT 2011
Hello, Steeve, thank you for your reply!
2011/9/27 Steve Crusan <scrusan at ur.rochester.edu>:
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> On Sep 27, 2011, at 9:45 AM, Denis wrote:
>> Hello, Burkhard
>> Burkhard Bunk <bunk <at> physik.hu-berlin.de> writes:
>>> Hi Henrik,
>>> I had a similar problem recently.
>>> Since "consumable resources" didn't work for me, I used standing
>>> reservations to "split the nodes":
>>> Hope that helps.
>> with this approach do you have any mechanism that can allow the user to figure
>> out which gpu is in use and which one is available when he gets allocated into a
> You can use the PBS_GPUFILE as an indicator to which GPU a user has been assigned.
I am able to schedule gpus with torque as long as I dont use maui as
scheduler, because it will just not start the jobs when gpus are
> In reality, this is merely a placeholder value, because I'm not sure TORQUE physically denies access to the GPU. You can however >use prolog/epilog scripts to set user permissions, but in my experience people haven't abused or mistakenly used the wrong GPUs.
We are using Gromacs with openmm and it takes a paraemter with the
index of the gpu on which it should start running. It feels very
comfortable to use the PBS_GPUFILE as an indexer. The problem is that
we'd like to use fairshare within our scheduler, and torque-sched will
not provide it.
> If you use Moab as your scheduler, Moab can automatically will track GPUs as a consumable resource.
Do you know if there is any workaround to get maui+torque scheduling gpus?
I have googled for a while and so far, every result makes tend believe
that it does not work.
>> Do you still use this fashion for scheduling gpus?
>>> Burkhard Bunk.
>> Thank you in advance,,
>> Denis Anjos,
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> Steve Crusan
> System Administrator
> Center for Research Computing
> University of Rochester
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