[torquedev] Cpuset behavior in TORQUE 3.0
knielson at adaptivecomputing.com
Fri Jul 2 12:53:26 MDT 2010
On 07/02/2010 12:51 PM, Garrick Staples wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 02, 2010 at 11:16:47AM -0600, David Beer alleged:
>> In this discussion, it would be great if the original developer of TORQUE cpusets (I don't actually know who that is) could weigh in on the matter, and give us any special reasons why changing the behavior would be harmful.
> *raises hand*
> trunk]$ svn blame src/resmom/linux/cpuset.c | head
> 1101 garrick #include<pbs_config.h>
> 1101 garrick
> 944 garrick #include<sys/stat.h>
> 944 garrick #include<dirent.h>
> 1613 garrick #include<stdio.h>
> 1735 garrick #include<sys/types.h>
> 1735 garrick #include<signal.h>
> 1735 garrick #include<unistd.h>
> 2146 glen #include<sys/param.h>
> 944 garrick
> svn: Can't write to stream: Broken pipe
> I wrote the original cpuset code as a starting point without actually having a
> cluster with cpuset supporting kernels. I make no claims of suitability or
> My thought was to just use cpusets if they existed and not make a ruckus if
> they didn't.
> My real hope was to give people something on which to play. At the time noone
> had all of the answers and I was making it up as a I went along. Hopefully now
> someone has a better understanding of what needs to be done.
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Thanks for raising your hand and letting us know the context under which
the cpuset development made it into TORQUE. That helps considerably.
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