[gridengine users] Which fork?
fferstl at univa.com
Sun Jun 12 07:29:33 UTC 2011
One statement needs clarification, Dave:
> SGE is essentially a superset of UGE.
Univa Grid Engine != https://github.com/gridengine/gridengine
The github repo is the source of the open core of Univa Grid Engine. We
enhance it with proprietary extensions, we build and then extensively QA
it. This is the Univa Grid Engine which Univa supports and for which we
also indemnify customers against legal issues.
What you meant to say I assume, Dave, is that you've done some level of
comparison between the github repo and the Son of Grid Engine repo. It
might help if you detailed what that comparison did entail.
Am 11.06.11 02:13, schrieb Dave Love:
> Vadim Gutnik<gutnik at gmail.com> writes:
>> This feels like a question for Miss Manners, but... which fork should I use?
> I assume as a user, not contirbutor. Up to you, but only UGE is
> commercially supported as far as I know, if that's a criterion and you
> can afford it. Howvere, I can say something about them
>> http://gridengine.org/blog/faq/ mentions 3 forks:
>> ‘Son of Grid Engine’ at:https://arc.liv.ac.uk/trac/SGE
>> Open Grid Scheduler at:http://gridscheduler.sourceforge.net/
>> Univa Grid Engine Core at:https://github.com/gridengine/gridengine
> SGE is essentially a superset of UGE. The conflicts shouldn't be
> user-visible outside man pages. Just counting patches from Univa
> and not (but some of the univa ones are quite extensive):
> sge800$ darcs log --from-tag final_sunsource --match 'name Univa' | grep '^[^ ]' | wc -l
> sge800$ darcs log --from-tag final_sunsource --match 'not name Univa' | grep '^[^ ]' | wc -l
> The extra code changes over UGE are small so far, and should be safe.
> The project is now (as far as I know) the only repo with Inspect and
> SDM, if you want them, but they haven't been worked on. It also
> presevres arco's reporting component.
> Reasons to use OGS seem to be that it's blessed by Oracle and done by
> "experienced developers", but Rayson should speak to that. It has few
> user-visible changes over the old sunsource code.
>> It's been a few months since the transition from Oracle; is there any
>> movement towards concensus? Or, to put it another way: is anyone
>> planning to package any of these forks for Debian or Redhat and make
>> them easier to install?
> I've said yes more than once. See also
> If you want rpms of something like OGS, see
> http://arc.liv.ac.uk/downloads/SGE/packages/RH5/ whihc I think has more
> fixes. I haven't had time to sort dpkg, much as I might prefer
> Debian. The plan was to avoid Debian and Fedora having to patch it, at
> least, but I don't understand all their current patches.
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