[torqueusers] heterogeneous nodes
James A. Peltier
jpeltier at sfu.ca
Tue Dec 10 11:56:46 MST 2013
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| We have just added torque 4.1.7 and maui 3.3.1 to our CentOS 6.4
| cluster and I am trying to figure out how to set up the queues and
| scheduler for our usage.
| We have Harpertown, Westmere and Sandy Bridge nodes. I could create a
| queue for each type but I was hoping to find a way of keeping multi
| node mpi jobs within the same type of nodes without having to
| specify a queue.
| In other words I would like to submit a job without knowing which
| type of nodes will be available but have the job sent to identical
| nodes. Is that possible?
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You could just specify a generic resource for each type and then request that for each job
and then a user could request that resource to get nodes of the same type
James A. Peltier
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