This is the first official release with hwloc (we previously released
upgrade packages with hwloc for older versions). Thanks everyone with
the help on hwloc, especially Brice Goglin, Jeff Squyres, and
Prakashan Korambath (I've put your names in the release notes as
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From: Rayson Ho <raysonlogin_at_[hidden]>
Date: Mon, Nov 14, 2011 at 2:41 PM
Subject: Announcing Grid Engine 2011.11 and SC11 demo & presentation
To: Beowulf List <Beowulf_at_[hidden]>
The Open Grid Scheduler Project is releasing a new major release: Grid
Engine 2011.11. We are using the open source model that was used by
Sun Grid Engine (2001 - 2009), and we offer open source (not open
core) Grid Engine with *optional* technical support. We have a growing
Grid Engine Community and joined by companies and system integrators
in the Grid Engine ecosystem.
* Berkeley DB Spooling Directory can now be placed on NFS (NFSv3 or
older, basically any modern network filesystems)
* Portable Hardware Locality Library (was under alpha/beta since April 2011)
* CUDA GPU load sensor - uses NVIDIA Management Library (NVML)
* User notification mails can be sent from a configurable user ID
* Job exit status available to epilog - via $SGE_JOBEXIT_STAT
* ARM Linux support - ARMv7.
* qmake upgraded to version 3.82
* Support for Linux 3.0
* Perfstat library used on AIX, retiring ibm-loadsensor
* Support for newer AIX versions
* Tango qmon icons
* Code quality improvements - static code verifier used for testing
PQS API code cleaned up and we are releasing the PQS API Scheduler
Plugin Interface as technology preview.
Gridcore/Gompute is kind enough to offer part of their 20x20 booth for
the Grid Engine 2011.11 demo. I am going to remotely give a
presentation on the new features of Grid Engine 2011.11, and also the
future of open source Grid Engine.
The proposed time slots are: 12:00 and 15:00 on Tuesday and Wedneday.
Please sign up for the presentation at the Gridcore/Gompute booth (#6002).
Download the latest release from sourceforge:
Download release notes from the Scalable Logic homepage:
We are offering pre-compiled binaries. The temp. download site (before
we can upload everything to Sourceforge) for x64 Linux is:
Open Grid Scheduler - The Official Open Source Grid Engine