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Re: [Condor-users] winn51 vs winn52
Is the condor_config.local file normally empty because mine had nothing
in it when I opened it? I put NUM_CPUS = 4 into that file and it
still is using all 8 processors on the computer.
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Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2007 3:17 PM
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Subject: Re: [Condor-users] winn51 vs winn52
Richardson, Joshua wrote:
> I have just added another computer to my cluster. It has 8 processors,
> but I only want to allow 4 to be used and dedicated to Condor. Is
> a way I can do this?
Put in the condor_config.local for that machine
NUM_CPUS = 4
and then restart (or reconfig?) Condor on that machine.
> As well, the computer I added is a winn52. The rest
> are winn51. What is the difference and how do I submit jobs to both at
> the same time. Right now, when I submit jobs they go to all the other
> computers but not the winn52. Thanks for any input that I receive in
If you don't think you will ever care about the difference, you could
just over-ride the opsys setting by placing in that machine's
OPSYS = WINNT51
and then reconfig or restart.
Alternatively, when you submit you could put in the job submit file
Requirements = opsys=="winnt51" || opsys=="winnt52"
hope this helps,
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