[gridengine users] scratch space requirement / scr_free option ?
harry.mangalam at uci.edu
Wed Aug 3 17:30:34 UTC 2011
On Wednesday 03 August 2011 07:57:14 William Hay wrote:
> > If the latter, can this be defined on a per-node basis (as the
> > result of a script) or does it have to be a static value? IT
> > appears to be a static value only..
> Per node and static are not opposites. You can define a different
> static value for each
> node in the complex_values parameter of the exechost. If you want
> to measure the actual amount of scratch free
> you can write a load sensor to report it to Grid Engine. You can
> even combine the configured
> consumable and load sensor approaches in which case the lower of
> the calculated and sensed values is used
> for scheduling purposes.
> I'm planning something similar but have the prolog mount a suitably
> sized tmpfs on $TMPDIR and umount it in the epilog.
thanks - this is now obviously what I need to do. It will require
some below-ground gruntwork but that's what we morlocks are for. :)
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