[GE users] questions about setting up SGE6.0

Shaila Parashar shaila at engr.colostate.edu
Mon Aug 9 17:36:49 BST 2004


Thanks a lot for the info. I will look into it and ask you more questions
if I need to.

Thanks again

Shaila

"Dr. Wolf Dieter Brandt" wrote:

> Hi again!
>
> As I mentioned on friday afternoon there is no reason to build more
> than one domain. If you have only single-cpu-jobs of parallel jobs using
> less than 24 cpus you can use solaris-features to put this job into
> cages like solaris resource manager, processor sets or what you like.
>
> The portal project has been give to the public too and you can find all
> information about it at:
>
> http://gridengine.sunsource.net/project/gridengine/gep/GEP_Intro.html
>
> Have a nice week
>
> Wolf
>
>  Shaila Parashar schrieb:
>
> >Hi
> >
> >We recently received 2 SUN 6800's with 24 processors each and are
> >planning to setup the SGE v6 on it.  We have already setup SGEEE v5.3
> >on a cluster of SUN  Blade machines. But I just wanted advice as to
> >what would be the best way to configure the 6800's so as to utilize
> >the computing power efficiently. We are planning to setup domains on
> >the servers. So, should we consider these domains as separate hosts
> >and then create cluster queues on them.
> >I just needed ideas from people who have already set such systems up.
> >Any idea/suggestion would be greatly appreciated.  Or links to any
> >related documentation would be appreciated.
> >
> >Also , we are in the process of writing our own portal to the system.
> >The programmers would like to know what language they should use to
> >create the hooks to the Grid Engine.
> >
> >Thanks in advance .
> >
> >Shaila
> >
> >
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Shaila Parashar                 e-mail:shaila at engr.colostate.edu
UNIX System Administrator       tel:- (970)-491-6555
Engineering Network Services
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1301
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