[Beowulf] Strange SGE scheduling problem
schoenk at utulsa.edu
Thu Jul 24 22:05:39 EDT 2008
Yes, with top.
I have one queue, with 12 machines, 8 slots per machine.
From: Reuti [mailto:reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de]
Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2008 4:35 PM
To: Schoenefeld, Keith
Cc: Beowulf ML
Subject: Re: [Beowulf] Strange SGE scheduling problem
Am 22.07.2008 um 23:54 schrieb Schoenefeld, Keith:
> My cluster has 8 slots (cores)/node in the form of two quad-core
> processors. Only recently we've started running jobs on it that
> 12 slots. We've noticed significant speed problems running
> multiple 12
> slot jobs, and quickly discovered that the node that was running 4
> on one job and 4 slots on another job was running both jobs on the
> processor cores (i.e. both job1 and job2 were running on CPU's #0-#3,
> and the CPUs #4-#7 were left idling. The result is that the jobs were
> competing for time on half the processors that were available.
how did you check this? With `top`? You have one queue with 8 slots
> In addition, a 4 slot job started well after the 12 slot job has
> up results in the same problem (both the 12 slot job and the four slot
> job get assigned to the same slots on a given node).
> Any insight as to what is occurring here and how I could prevent it
> happening? We were are using SGE + mvapich 1.0 and a PE that has the
> $fill_up allocation rule.
> I have also posted this question to the hpc_training-l at georgetown.edu
> mailing list, so my apologies for people who get this email multiple
> Any help is appreciated.
> -- KS
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