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Re: [Condor-users] negotiation algorithm with dynamic provisioning
- Date: Wed, 17 Nov 2010 11:44:40 -0700
- From: Erik Erlandson <eerlands@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] negotiation algorithm with dynamic provisioning
> I assume
> that the resource list created at the beginning of negotiation comprises the
> "real" slots, and when a match is made to a slot, a dynamic slot is created,
> but the real slot is removed from the resource list. Thus, in a single
> negotiation cycle, resources can only be taken from a single (real) slot at
> most once.
Your understanding is correct: In a single negotiation cycle one job
will match a partitionable slot. So, if a partitionable slot has (for
example) 8 CPUs, it will take 8 negotiation cycles to fully utilize the
partitionable slot. At this point, there will be the original slot, now
showing 0 CPUs, and 8 dynamic slots.