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Am 26.07.2012 um 23:48 schrieb Reuti:
> Am 26.07.2012 um 23:33 schrieb Erik Nelson:
>> I have a purely parallel job that runs ~100 processes. Each process has ~identical
>> overhead so the speed of the program is dominated by the slowest processor.
>> For this reason, I would like to restrict the job to a specific set of identical (fast)
>> processors on our cluster.
>> I read the FAQ on -hosts and -hostfile, but it is still unclear to me what affect these
>> directives will have in a queuing environment.
>> Currently, I submit the job using the "qsub" command in the "sge" environment as :
>> qsub -pe mpich 101 jobfile.job
>> where jobfile contains the command
>> mpirun -np 101 -nolocal ./executable
> I would leave -nolocal out here.
> $ qsub -l "h=compute-5-[1-9]|compute-5-1[0-9]|compute-5-2[0-9]|compute-5-3[0-2]" -pe mpich 101 jobfile.job
$ qsub -l "h=compute-5*&(*-[1-9]|*-[1-2][0-9]|*-3[0-2])" -pe mpich 101 jobfile.job
> -- Reuti
>> I would like to restrict the job to nodes compute-5-1 to compute-5-32 on our machine,
>> each containing 8 cpu's (slots). How do I go about this?
>> Thanks, Erik
>> Erik Nelson
>> Howard Hughes Medical Institute
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