[torqueusers] Efficiently using nodes with multi-core CPU
jdsmit at sandia.gov
Thu Apr 24 14:29:30 MDT 2008
You can also set
To allow only 1 job per node, and not have to worry about over running
cpuload and the resulting loading of the node.
Daniel Bourque wrote:
> You accomplish that in Maui using ( in maui.cfg )
> NODEALLOCATIONPOLICY CPULOAD
> NODEAVAILABILITYPOLICY UTILIZED
> jobs will be packed onto nodes according to load average and unused CPUs
> ( cpus as defined in torque, not actual CPUs ) , until you run out of
> nodes with acceptable load average or nodes in available cpus.
> I'm also new at torque/maui, so if I'm not doing this properly, someone
> feel free to enlighten me.
> Daniel Bourque
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> Zerony Zhao wrote:
>> Dear maillist users,
>> I am new to torque PBS. I have a naive question about setting policy
>> of using nodes with multi-core CPU.
>> Currently I set every user can request 1 or more nodes, and 1 or more
>> cores in each node. But if one user requests 1 node with 1 core, then
>> another user requests 1 node with 1 core, then the two jobs are
>> running on the same node, but for efficiency, I wish the second job
>> runs on the another idle node? How should I modify the configuration
>> file? Appreciate your help.
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