[torqueusers] Possible Values for resources_available?
dbeer at adaptivecomputing.com
Mon Nov 5 22:48:49 MST 2012
That's an excellent idea. I just signed up for the list.
On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 6:09 PM, Christopher Samuel <samuel at unimelb.edu.au>wrote:
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> On 06/11/12 02:41, David Beer wrote:
> > We are interested in incorporated cgroups into TORQUE. One of the
> > things that is delaying it is that we haven't found a good library
> > to manage the cgroups - it is obviously a much larger project if we
> > have to write such a library ourselves, and also much harder to
> > maintain. Does anyone know of a good library for cgroups?
> This has just come up on the hwloc-devel list where one of the
> developers who works for Greenplum asked about supporting cgroups
> through hwloc. The thread starts here:
> I think it makes great sense, do the scary handling of that in a
> library that can be shared amongst projects and so avoid clashes,
> duplication of effort and benefit from lots of eyes. I've already
> advocated that it would be great for resource manager developers if
> hwloc could handle cgroup setup/teardown.
> I *strongly* encourage you and other Torque developers to get involved
> on that list - it's only through requests such as this that they'll
> know that people want it badly..
> - --
> Christopher Samuel Senior Systems Administrator
> VLSCI - Victorian Life Sciences Computation Initiative
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