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Re: [Condor-users] intel amd binaries : how to submit ?
- Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2006 10:01:50 -0800 (PST)
- From: "Danny N." <frosty_ferret@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] intel amd binaries : how to submit ?
Well said guys,
Nicolas looks like you have a few options here, good
luck to you. Personally I think that investing the
time to really understanding the class add section is
something really worth doing. If you are resource
limited or only have a few computers with certain
applications (matlab etc) then using class-ads could
be a really nice option :P
New Mexico State University
--- sirish <sirish4ever@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Yes, thats true...
> coz in my lab there are 2 64 bit AMD processors
> and 2 32 bit AMD processors( im not sure if they are
> opteron or athlon or some other amd chip version)...
> the 2 64 bit machines are listed as x86 _64 while
> the 2 32 bit amd machines are listed as INTEL in the
> output of condor_status command.
> Steven Timm <timm@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> AMD opteron machines only show up as X86_64 if you
> are running the 64 bit kernel, else they register as
> As far as I know that's the only hook that condor
> has got, relying
> on the output of uname. If you wanted fancier
> architectures I think
> you would have to do something in the classad.
> As you say, there's always the good old shell script
> /proc/cpuinfo should tell all you need to know.
> On Fri, 17 Mar 2006, Danny N. wrote:
> > Hi Nicolas and Greg,
> > Correct me if i'm wrong but I beleive that an AMD
> > machine will appear on your "condor_status" as an
> > intel machine. I currently have a machine on my
> > with a AMD sempron processor (which I belive just
> > about supports all of the intel instruction set)
> > it just shows up as an "INTEL" machine. Nicolas if
> > what Greg suggested doesn't work, I suggest taking
> > look how to add to your class-ad list. By doing so
> > can specify unique attributes to your machines
> > in turn can help you decided what, where, and how
> > run things.
> > Cheers
> > Danny N.
> > New Mexico State University
> > --- Greg Thain wrote:
> >> Nicolas GUIOT wrote:
> >>> Hi all
> >>> We have some program with specific compil
> >> for AMD or Intel processors. I would like to
> >> the jobs to my pool so that it can go on any
> >> machine, then according to the CPU, it starts the
> >> correct binary program : can I specify this in
> >> submit file (if yes, How ?), or do I have to
> >> with some shell program to do that ?
> >>> Thanks in advance
> >>> Nicolas
> >> If you have two binaries, you can name them
> >> program.X86_64
> >> and
> >> program.INTEL
> >> and in your submit file, specify your executable
> >> executable = program.$(ARCH)
> >> -greg
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