[GE users] 6.2u3 Exclusive Scheduling Feature

templedf dan.templeton at sun.com
Mon Sep 14 14:39:00 BST 2009


Yes.  If you want exactly 4 cores, then you want to create an "smp" PE.  
Exclusive host access is about getting an entire machine to yourself, 
regardless of how big it is.

Daniel

peeter wrote:
> I'm looking for suggestions on how to best accomplish: request multiple cores on a single system. 
>
> I was going down the PE path and then noticed the new 6.2u3 feature 'exclusive host scheduling'. It sounds like the new feature would work, but how would I get around having some systems with (4)cores and then some systems with (16)cores? In other words if a job uses the exclusive host feature of (4)cores but ends up on the system with (16) cores, doesn't the feature then freeze out the 12 cores on the (16)core system?
>
> Thanks, P
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