[GE users] np_load_avg definition

Reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Mon Jan 16 16:25:54 GMT 2006


Am 16.01.2006 um 17:19 schrieb John Coldrick:

> On Monday 16 January 2006 11:04, Goncalo Borges wrote:
>> Hi again,
>> I didn't express myself correctly.
>> What I really want to know is how the "np_load_avg" variable is  
>> computed
>> for each host (i. e., the "mathematical" expression).
>
> 	Ah, sorry.  :)  AFAIK, SGE literally snags the same value that uptime
> generates, which I believe is kernel-based, stuffed in /proc/ 
> loadavg.  Might
> be worth googling for kernel load average...
>

...and devide it by the number of processors in the node - hence  
np_load_avg. - Reuti

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>
> 	J.C.
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