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cluster:85 [2010/04/26 15:40]
hmeij
cluster:85 [2010/06/10 11:37]
hmeij
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 **[[cluster:​0|Back]]** **[[cluster:​0|Back]]**
  
 +==== Recent Queue Usage ====
  
-==== Queue Usage ====+^  01 April thru 09 June, 2010  ^ 
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 +^  Cluster Petaltail/​Swallowtail ​ ^ 
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 +|  {{:​cluster:​t_ptt.jpg|}} | 
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 +^  The Sharptail Cluster ​ ^ 
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 +|  {{:​cluster:​t_shp.jpg|}} |
  
-So we know we have a need for home directory disk space. ​ But if we got more nodes, which would they be?  So here is a look at that.  The 2-3 week period from Christmas to end of first week of Jan, represented by no jobs running/​pending,​ was when the electrical work was done on our building. 
  
- First we look all queues combined.  The tremendous spikes are from a single user who submits hundreds of programs overnight which run very fast.  |+==== Historic Queue Usage ==== 
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 +So we know we have a need for home directory disk space. ​ But if we got more nodes, which would they be?  So here is a look at that.  ​The 2-3 week period from Christmas to end of first week of Jan, represented by no jobs running/​pending,​ was when the electrical work was done on our building. ​The tremendous spikes are from a single user who submits hundreds of programs overnightwhich run very fast. 
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 + Cluster Petaltail/​Swallowtail ​ ^ 
 +   | 
 +^  First we look all queues combined. ​   ^
 |  {{:​cluster:​all_082509_042610.jpg|}} | |  {{:​cluster:​all_082509_042610.jpg|}} |
- The light-weight nodes, 8 gb per dual-quad PE1950  ​|+ Next: The light-weight nodes, 8 gb per dual-quad PE1950  ​^
 |  {{:​cluster:​elw_082509_042610.jpg|}} | |  {{:​cluster:​elw_082509_042610.jpg|}} |
- The medium-weight nodes, 12 gb per dual-quad PE1950  ​|+ Next: The medium-weight nodes, 12 gb per dual-quad PE1950  ​^
 |  {{:​cluster:​emw_082509_042610.jpg|}} | |  {{:​cluster:​emw_082509_042610.jpg|}} |
- The heavy-weight nodes, 16 gb per dual-quad PE1950  ​|+ Next: The heavy-weight nodes, 16 gb per dual-quad PE1950  ​^
 |  {{:​cluster:​ehw_082509_042610.jpg|}} | |  {{:​cluster:​ehw_082509_042610.jpg|}} |
- The heavy-weight nodes with fast local disk space, 16 gb per dual-quad PE1950  ​|+ Next: The heavy-weight nodes with fast local disk space, 16 gb per dual-quad PE1950  ​^
 |  {{:​cluster:​ehwfd_082509_042610.jpg|}} | |  {{:​cluster:​ehwfd_082509_042610.jpg|}} |
- The light-weight infiniband connected nodes, 8 gb per dual-quad PE1950  ​|+ Next: The light-weight infiniband connected nodes, 8 gb per dual-quad PE1950  ​^
 |  {{:​cluster:​imw_082509_042610.jpg|}} | |  {{:​cluster:​imw_082509_042610.jpg|}} |
-|  Next the sharptail cluster, a mix of 112 12 gb dual Opteron nodes and 114 24 gb dual Opteron nodes (the Blue Sky Sutdios donated hardware) ​ |+   | 
 + Next the Sharptail Cluster ​ 
 +|    ​|
 |  {{:​cluster:​allbss_082509_042610.jpg|}} | |  {{:​cluster:​allbss_082509_042610.jpg|}} |
  
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