[torqueusers] Torque and Propack 5 cpusets.
JMRUSHTON at qinetiq.com
Wed Aug 8 02:56:37 MDT 2007
|Chris Samuel wrote:
|> On Wed, 25 Jul 2007, Adam Steenwyk wrote:
|>> I noticed the linux 2.6 cpuset stuff in the snapshots, as well, is
|>> this another option to using Propack?
|> I believe that the CPUsets in ProPack 5 are the source of
|> in the 2.6 kernel, so you may well find that you can use those.
|> I would *really* be interested to know!
We run SLES 9 SP3, with PP4, SP3 on our Altix. I'm using cpusets in a simple manner. During boot an init script checks for the presence of the /batch cpuset, and if missing creates it. The three daemons (mom, server and sched) are then started within the cpuset, and will therefore create all children within it unless otherwise directed. We're (currently) using Torque only on a single 64-cpu node, not across a cluster so the procedure works well.
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