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Re: [Condor-users] Why do kflops and mips vary so much?

-----Original Message-----
> From: Nick LeRoy [mailto:nleroy@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
> Sent: 22 April 2010 19:24
> To: condor-users@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Cc: Matt Hope
> Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Why do kflops and mips vary so much?
> In that case, you'd like what just came out of a hallway discussion...  I 
> suggested that the benchmarks should be run as a "hawkeye" module...  There 
> should be a means of running a module just once at startup anyway.  Thus, your 
> startd's hawkeye job list would contain the benchmarks you want to run, and 
> how often to run them.  Additionally, this would give users the ability to add 
> / remove benchmarks that are / are not meaningful to them.
> Thoughts?

So long as a simple out of the box solution exists for those that want the most common behaviours it's
perfect, allow the user total control over event triggering and letting the metrics be under their control.

I suggest adding Add "Bogo" as a default classad prefix for user generated metrics ;)


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