28 October 2013 to 1 November 2013
University Of Michigan
America/Detroit timezone

Batch System Development and Evolution at RACF

29 Oct 2013, 14:00
340 West Hall (University Of Michigan)

340 West Hall

University Of Michigan

1085 S University Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48109 US
Oral presentation Computing & Batch Services Computing and batch systems


William Strecker-Kellogg (Brookhaven National Lab)


Scheduling jobs with heterogeneous resource requirements to a pool of computers with heterogeneous resources is a challenging task and Condor is beginning to tackle this in the most generic form. Integrating so-called partitionable slots (a batch resource able to be sliced along a variety of dimensions, from RAM to CPUs, to disks or even GPUs) with the rest of Condor's accounting and matchmaking mechanisms is a significant challenge. At BNL we began working closely with the Condor team to integrate Condor's Hierarchical Accounting Groups with partitionable slots in a consistent and correct manner. The results of that work are presented in this talk.

Primary author

William Strecker-Kellogg (Brookhaven National Lab)

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