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Re: [Condor-users] Running several jobs contemporary
- Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2006 16:35:16 +0100
- From: Alexander Lincoln Read <a.l.read@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Running several jobs contemporary
This is from condor_config:
## If you want to "lie" to Condor about how many CPUs your machine
## has, you can use this setting to override Condor's automatic
## computation. If you modify this, you must restart the startd for
## the change to take effect (a simple condor_reconfig will not do).
## Please read the section on "condor_startd Configuration File
## Macros" in the Condor Administrators Manual for a further
## discussion of this setting. Its use is not recommended. This
## must be an integer ("N" isn't a valid setting, that's just used to
## represent the default).
#NUM_CPUS = N
You could try setting N (in the condor_config of the execute machine)
to something higher than the number of physical CPU's. But the more
jobs you allow to run concurrently the less efficient the total throughput
Nils-Odd Solberg wrote:
I have just one, short question and that is: In a pool consisting of one
central manager and one execute machine is it then only possible to have
one job running contemporary, not 3 or 5 or 7 if my que consist of for
example 20 jobs?
Hope some of you out there have an answer, and maybe even an
Thank's in advance (for fast replies).
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