[Beowulf] Performance metrics & reporting
gerry.creager at tamu.edu
Sat Apr 5 11:20:38 PDT 2008
We're interested, as Matt said, in what folks are using. We're ramping
up a new throughput cluster on our campus that'll be multi-disciplinary,
and we have several groups of stakeholders. We want to report various
statistics, such as number of jobs, average number of nodes, average
number of cores, average runtime, etc., plus distributions thereof. And
anything else that's pointed out as "interesting".
John Leidel wrote:
> what sort of data are you looking for?
> On Fri, 2008-04-04 at 09:41 -0600, Matt Lawrence wrote:
>> What do folks recommend for gathering and reporting performance data on
>> Linux (CentOS 5) systems?
>> Since I have done a lot of this on AIX, my initial thought is to use the
>> Linux version of nmon and nmon2rrd or nmon2web to generate web pages of
>> performance graphs. Since I already know the tools, wrapping it up in
>> scripts to run automatically would be really easy.
>> My goal is to make it really easy to provide useful information to users
>> without them having to constantly ask me.
>> -- Matt
>> It's not what I know that counts.
>> It's what I can remember in time to use.
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