[Beowulf] Open Grid Scheduler (SGE)
walid.shaari at gmail.com
Sun Jan 23 20:58:23 PST 2011
I am not sure any more which is which? we will have two commercial Grid
Engines, and two Open source grid engines. will they all be in sync, code
versioning, patching, features, or they will be complete forks each one will
have its own roadmap?
On 20 January 2011 19:19, Douglas Eadline <deadline at eadline.org> wrote:
> Looks like the things are getting worked out with
> SGE and the fork to Open Grid Scheduler.
> >From Daniel Templeton on the SGE mailing list:
> "Today, we are entering a new chapter in Oracle Grid Engine’s life.
> Oracle has been working with key members of the open source community to
> pass on the torch for maintaining the open source code base to the Open
> Grid Scheduler project hosted on SourceForge. This transition will allow
> the Oracle Grid Engine engineering team to focus their efforts more
> directly on enhancing the product. In a matter of days, we will take
> definitive steps in order to roll out this transition. To ensure
> on-going communication with the open source community, we will provide
> the following services:
> o Upon the decommissioning of the current open source site
> [http://gridengine.sunsource.net/] on December 31st, 2010, we will begin
> to transition the information on the open source project to Oracle
> Technology Network’s home page for Oracle Grid Engine
> This site will ultimately contain the resources currently available on
> the open source site, as well as a wealth of additional product resources.
> o The Oracle Grid Engine engineering team will be available to answer
> questions and provide guidance regarding the open source project and
> Oracle Grid Engine via online product forum
> o The Open Grid Scheduler project
> [http://sourceforge.net/projects/gridscheduler/] will be continuing on
> the tradition of the Grid Engine open source project. While the Open
> Grid Scheduler project will remain independent of the Oracle Grid Engine
> product, the project will have the support of the Oracle team, including
> making available artifacts from the original Grid Engine open source
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