[torqueusers] Re: [Mauiusers] SC05 Maui + TORQUE BOF
garrick at usc.edu
Wed Nov 9 12:29:56 MST 2005
Unofficially, feel free to visit me at the USC booth to talk about
future TORQUE development, needed features, etc. I'll probably be
spending most of my time standing around, bored, wishing people would
stop asking me scientific questions about USC's research (which is all
way over my head).
I'm specifically interested in hearing people's opinions on handling
failures, signal propogation, and file staging.
And don't tell me about bugs unless there is a bugzilla report :)
On Wed, Nov 09, 2005 at 11:26:23AM -0700, Dave Jackson alleged:
> At the SuperComputing 05 Conference, Cluster Resources requested a BOF
> for Maui and TORQUE. However, due to miscommunication somewhere along
> the line, this reservation did not get made/preserved. We are and have
> been on a waiting list for months seeking a meeting space but despite
> repeated attempts on our side, at this point, we still have no confirmed
> room. We deeply regret this status.
> We still are attempting to reserve a space but at this point, we must
> let the community know status. Our plans are to have a BOF Wednesday
> afternoon sometime between 1:00 and 5:00 PM. Please let us know via
> email of major conflicts in this timeframe as we want to avoid conflicts
> that will impact significant portions of the community.
> At the Cluster Resources booth (#2036), there will be a sign-up sheet.
> Please come by and let us know if you will be attending so we can
> allocate a properly sized room. We will also be compiling a list of
> attendees via email if you would rather send email to
> awebb at clusterresources.com
> As soon as we can acquire an official (or unofficial if necessary)
> meeting space, we will post to the mailing lists regarding the time and
> At the meeting, we will be presenting the following:
> - brief summary of accomplishments in terms of enhancements and major
> - brief summary of what the community is doing with TORQUE from massive
> clusters to massive workload, to special application environments
> - current short term development roadmap
> - longer term design objectives and roadmap
> We would like to reserve at least half the time for community
> response, whether this be Q&A or proposals on development and project
> In addition to this meeting, there is a Cluster Resources forum which
> will discuss Moab-based Utility Computing, Grid Scheduling, Storage and
> Network management, and many other more advanced topics. This forum
> will cover how we are combining the power of Moab with TORQUE and other
> resource managers to provide very advanced solutions and will provide a
> good window on some of the future directions the cluster community is
> There will be discussion here as well on topics related to TORQUE and
> Maui development but the time allotted will be more limited.
> In addition to the BOF, please come by the booth. We would very much
> like to get to know the community better including your current and
> future needs. Our technical staff will be happy to discuss any
> questions you might have and our marketing staff would be more than
> happy to let you know about the many benefits of our professional
> products! :)
> Thanks for making this a great year!
> mauiusers mailing list
> mauiusers at supercluster.org
Garrick Staples, Linux/HPCC Administrator
University of Southern California
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