On Feb 17, 2012, at 6:18 AM, nadia.derbey_at_[hidden] wrote:
> But I have to look for the proper option in slurm: I don't know if slurm
> allows for such a fine grained allocation. I have to look for the option
> that enables to allocate socket X (X!=0).
FWIW, you might just want to run a job that allocates a socket on node Z. Then simultaneously run another job that also allocates a socket on the same node Z.
One of them will be socket X != 0.
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