[torqueusers] Torque 4.0.0 and cpusets

Christopher Samuel samuel at unimelb.edu.au
Thu Mar 22 21:00:11 MDT 2012


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On 16/03/12 09:54, David Gabriel Simas wrote:

> Indeed, /dev/cpuset/cpus doesn't exist on my system. It seems to
> be named /dev/cpuset/cpuset.cpus instead. Likewise,
> /dev/cpuset/mems seems to be /dev/cpuset/cpuset.mems. That's the
> case with two kernels I've tried, 2.6.38.6-26 and 3.2.9-2. It also
> seems inconsistent with the documentation in cpuset(7).

That looks like you've got the modern cgroup filesystem mounted on
/dev/cpuset, not the older cpuset filesystem.

I was under the impression that Torque 4 was going to use hwloc for
this, so I'm surprised it's still trying the old school way of doing it.

cheers,
Chris
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