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re: [Condor-users] Changing the queue processing behaviour???
- Date: Wed, 9 Feb 2005 3:28:00 -0600
- From: "Todd Tannenbaum" <tannenba@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: re: [Condor-users] Changing the queue processing behaviour???
John Wheez <john@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I was wondering if it is possible to change the behaviour that Condor
>uses when processing jobs.
>Right now condor seems to only do one owners job at a time.
>If i submit two jobs. job #2 doesn't start until job #1 is done.
>I'd like Condor to be able to allocate 50% of my resources to job #1 and
>50% of my available resources to job #2.
>Is there a way to do that?? or is it planned in the future??
>Thanks for any info, JW
Condor will try to run as many jobs simultaneously as it can find resources for. So if you submit 5 jobs and have 5 resources (cpus) available, Condor will run 5 jobs at once.
Perhaps your situation is you have a pool with just one machine that has one cpu? Thus only one job runs at a time? If so, you can get 2 (or more) jobs to timeshare by setting
NUM_CPUS = 2
in your condor config and then restarting Condor.
Todd Tannenbaum, Condor Project
Department of Computer Science, Univ of Wisconsin-Madison
Email: tannenba@xxxxxxxxxxx - Ph: 608 263 7132
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