[gridengine users] how mem accounting works
rustaee at gmail.com
Sun Nov 27 04:34:50 UTC 2011
thanks Rason for your time.
1) I studied "man accounting" and mem is "integral memory usage in cpu
I wanted to check this integral:
I write a simple c++ program that print cpu time for itselsf,I submited
this serial job, then get mem accounting parameter.
Then, I ran that program via CLI .when program is running ,pmap command
show all memory for that.
I multiplied memory usage(output of pmap) with cpu time(printed via
program) and I didn't get around mem accounting in sge. why ?
2) I want to verify "how this integral is gotten" ?
3) what about maxvem?
thx so much
On Sat, Nov 26, 2011 at 9:21 PM, Rayson Ho <rayson at scalablelogic.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Nov 26, 2011 at 6:52 AM, mahbube rustaee <rustaee at gmail.com>
> > how can I get " mem" parameter value in accounting by hand?
> If you want to get the value reported by qacct, you can parse the
> accounting file by hand:
> > I mean , What are linux commands about that?
> Not exactly sure what you mean... you can use perl or even awk/sed to
> parse the accounting file.
> However, Linux does not offer a command that get the "mem" statistics
> of a Grid Engine job outside of Grid Engine, as a Grid Engine job can
> have 1 or more processes. Most Linux tools show memory usage of
> individual processes.
> > Thx
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