Hi Team, I have differentiated the CPU node and GPU nodes into two different queues. Now I have 20 Nodes having CPUS (20 cores)only but no GPU. Another set of nodes having GPU+CPU.some nodes are with 2 GPU and 20 CPU and some are with 8GPU and 48 CPU assigned to GPU queue user facing issues
Hi, Can you post the output of the following commands on your master node?: sacctmgr show cluster scontrol show nodes Best, Durai Arasan Zentrum für Datenverarbeitung Tübingen On Tue, Jun 30, 2020 at 10:33 AM Alberto Morillas, Angelines < angelines.albe...@ciemat.es> wrote: > Hi, > > > > We
Hi, We have slurm version 18.08.6 One of my nodes is in drain state Reason=Kill task failed [root@2020-06-27T02:25:29] In the node I can see in the slurmd.log 2020-06-27T01:24:26.242] task_p_slurmd_batch_request: 963771 [2020-06-27T01:24:26.242] task/affinity: job 963771 CPU input mask for
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How does one configure the runtime priority of a job? That is, how do you set the CPU scheduling “nice” value? We’re using Slurm to share a large (16 core 768 GB) server among FPGA compilation jobs. Slurm handles core and memory reservations just fine, but runs everything nice -19, which
There’s a --nice flag to sbatch and srun, at least. Documentation indicates it decreases priority by 100 by default. And untested, but it may be possible to use a job_submit.lua  to adjust nice values automatically. At least I can see a nice property in , which I assume means it'd be
As far as I can tell, sbatch —nice only affects scheduling priority, not CPU priority. I’ve made a workaround by putting “nice -n 19 xxx” as the job to run in my sbatch scripts > On 2020, Jun 30, at 11:07 AM, Renfro, Michael wrote: > > There’s a --nice flag to sbatch and srun, at least.
On Tue, Jun 30, 2020 at 10:52:00AM -0400, Lawrence Stewart wrote: > How does one configure the runtime priority of a job? That is, how do you > set the CPU scheduling “nice” value? > > We’re using Slurm to share a large (16 core 768 GB) server among FPGA > compilation jobs. Slurm handles core