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On 09/17/2017 09:09 PM, Christopher Samuel wrote:
That's exactly what it was doing. No, I did not see any diagnostics in
the log files, but in some of the documentation I read on numad at the
time, it stated that numad is not good to have enabled for large
multi-core jobs that use a lot of memory, like DB servers and HPC jobs.
On 15/09/17 04:45, Prentice Bisbal wrote:
I'm happy to announce that I finally found the cause this problem: numad.
Very interesting, it sounds like it was migrating processes onto a
single core over time! Anything diagnostic in its log?
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