[Beowulf] Customize Comparison between Torque(PBS)/SGE and LSF
raysonlogin at gmail.com
Fri Aug 5 20:25:54 PDT 2005
On 8/4/05, Sebastian <ChiefShadow at gmx.de> wrote:
> + GUI
> + Support (Mailing List)
> + all demands are meet
> + LAM-Support with Reutis Howto
> + Basics for Checkpointing/Migration are available
> + OpenSource
Gridengine supports checkpoint/migrate, but you may need to configure
a ckpt interface. It may involve some scripting to do to invoke
external commands to do checkpointing (if any provided by LS-DYNA?).
You can get commerical support from:
Webinterfaces are also available... in fact there are 4 or 5 written:
- the simplest one is the GE momitor: http://www.veus.hr/php/gemonitor/
- or this one with XML->html: http://scripps.bos.bioteam.net/xml-qstat/
- or http://gridengine.sunsource.net/gep/GEP_Intro.html
- and there's one from the Rocks cluster guys
> + Integration Torque and LAM/MPI with the tm-Modul
> - requirements only available with MAUI Scheduler
> - no GUI when using MAUI (is that right??)
> - xpbs&xpbsmon isn't good looking
Maui is supposed to be the most advanced scheduler, with backfilling
and advanced reservation...
But with the size of the cluster, I am not sure if it's needed or
not... and in fact, Maui+Torque is slower than SGE in terms of
>From page 7 of the paper:
SGE TORQUE TORQUE+MAUI OAR OAR(2)
Available Processors 34 34 34
Jobmix work (CPU-sec) 443340 443340 443340 443340 443340
Elapsed Time 14164 14818 15115 15264 14037
Efficiency 0,9206 0,8800 0,8627
This is kind of expected, since [SGE and Torque] "all the jobs
requiring few processors are scheduled first while all the big
parallel jobs are delayed until the end of the schedule."
> This is actually my small list with advantages/disadvantes, are there some
> wrong or are there some missing?
> I read of some problems with PBS when you submit more than hundret jobs the
> same time, because i think we don't have more than 20 jobs in a queue this
> shouldn't be problematical.
> Now i listen what you will tell me and i'm amused of many answers.
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