[GE users] How to manage two cluster with diffenrent adminstrative domains?

Patrice Seyed apseyed at bu.edu
Wed May 18 00:40:42 BST 2005


Isn't it transfer queues that allow you to qsub to a different qmaster? 
Hmm..
On Tue, 17 May 2005 7:11 pm, Ron Chen wrote:
> As long as the 2 zones have different IP addresses,
> SGE would treat them as 2 seperate machines.
>
> On the other hand, you can use different port numbers
> for the 2 SGE clusters.
>
> BTW, you would need SGE 6.0u3 to run under local
> zones, or otherwise execd wouldn't be able to collect
> the system loads.
>
>  -Ron
>
>
> --- Wolf Dieter Brandt wrote:
>>  Hi Folks,
>>
>>  I have to manage two different clusters (small one
>>  with approx.
>>  100 nodes each). Both clusters are in different NIS
>>  domains, they do
>>  not share common parts, different user sets. No need
>>  to transfer
>>  jobs or share the grids.
>>
>>  I want to avoid having two different machines to
>>  manage two grids.
>>
>>  Is Solaris 10 with different zones in both NIS
>>  domains a way?
>>
>>  Any ideas?
>>
>>  Wolf
>>
>>
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