[Beowulf] Performance metrics & reporting

Gerry Creager gerry.creager at tamu.edu
Sat Apr 5 22:45:01 EDT 2008


Yeah, we're using Ganglia.  It's a good start, but not complete...

gerry

Ricardo Reis wrote:
> On Sat, 5 Apr 2008, Gerry Creager wrote:
> 
>> We're interested, as Matt said, in what folks are using.  We're 
>> ramping up a new throughput cluster on our campus that'll be 
>> multi-disciplinary, and we have several groups of stakeholders.  We 
>> want to report various statistics, such  as number of jobs, average 
>> number of nodes, average number of cores, average runtime, etc., plus 
>> distributions thereof.  And anything else that's pointed out as 
>> "interesting".
> 
> I would suggest ganglia... http://ganglia.info
> 
> greets,
> 
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