[GE users] IO and IOW accounting

Daniel Templeton Dan.Templeton at Sun.COM
Fri Oct 3 21:00:29 BST 2008


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I stand corrected according to 2429 as pointed out by Rayson.  According 
to the issue synopsis, the Linux kernel can now be compiled to track 
simple per-process I/O.  Issue 2429 will make SGE able to use the feature.

Daniel

Daniel Templeton wrote:
> Most OSes don't provide the ability to track I/O on a per-process 
> basis, so on most OSes SGE will always report the I/Os as 0.  I 
> believe Irix is one of the exceptions.  I know that Linux and Solaris 
> are not.
>
> Daniel
>
> Sean Davis wrote:
>> I would like to be able to track IO and IOW via qacct.  As it stands,
>> all IO and IOW are 0.000.  How can I go about doing so?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Sean
>>
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