Am 10. August 2017 13:47:21 MESZ, schrieb Sean McGrath <smcg...@tchpc.tcd.ie>:
>
>Yes, you can run slurm on a single node. There is no need for for a
>different
>head and compute node(s).
>
>You will need to set Shared=Yes if you want multiple people to be able
>to run on
>the machine simultaneously. 
>
>The slurm.conf will have a single node defined in it.
>
>Best
>
>Sean
>
>On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 05:39:29AM -0600, Carlos Lijeron wrote:
>
>> Hi Everyone,
>> 
>> In order to use resources more efficiently on a server that has 64
>CPU Cores and 1 TB of RAM, is it possible to use SLURM on a stand alone
>server, or do you always need a head node and compute nodes to setup
>the clients?   Please advise.
>> 
>> Thank you.
>> 
>> 
>> Carlos.
>> 
>> 

AFAIK "Shared" is about resources and known as  "OverSubscribe" in newer 
versions.
As long as constrains are resource based and nodes are not reserved exclusively 
to a single user multiple jobs from different users are possible even without 
oversubscription.

BR
--
FSU Jena | JULIELab.de/Staff/Benjamin+Redling.html
vox: +49 3641 9 44323 | fax: +49 3641 9 44321

Reply via email to