[Beowulf] scheduler policy design

Bogdan Costescu Bogdan.Costescu at iwr.uni-heidelberg.de
Wed Apr 25 12:43:49 EDT 2007


On Wed, 25 Apr 2007, Tim Cutts wrote:

> With our queueing system that forces the job into a lower priority queue.

Just to be sure that we are talking about the same thing: this is a 
value which is set by the user to the maximum allowed, not one 
automatically used by the scheduler because none was provided.

Then how do you distinguish between these careless users and those 
super-smart who try to squeeze every drop of the CPU time that they 
can get and actually have jobs that run very close to the maximum time 
allowed ? (the question doesn't apply only to time, but could be 
rephrased for any other resource)
I don't know how probable such a mixture of users is, but I did 
encounter it ;-)

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Bogdan Costescu

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