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Re: [HTCondor-users] negotiator "poor" performance issue
- Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2014 11:15:08 -0500 (CDT)
- From: Carl Edquist <edquist@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [HTCondor-users] negotiator "poor" performance issue
This might not be a problem for you at all, but I can't help noticing the
script starts with "#!/usr/bin/bash" ... The standard location is just
"/bin/bash" and if any of the workers don't have bash installed under
/usr/bin/ (EL5/EL6 don't, for instance), I believe the jobs will fail on
those workers. Might not matter for you but just an idea / something to
keep in mind.
On Fri, 14 Mar 2014, Pek Daniel wrote:
I have 700 machines running startd, and 400 000 identical jobs
submitted to 10 schedds. I have 100 subcollectors on 2 machines, the
main collector on one of these machines and the negotiator on the
All of the jobs are simple scripts:
I assigned to the jobs I submitted randomized priorities, because
otherwise the negotiator would go through the schedds sequentially
(first, it runs all the jobs from schedd1, then from schedd2, etc).
I've also set:
USE_GLOBAL_JOB_PRIOS = true
I don't use job arrays or clusters and I can't consider using them,
this is a constraint.
So, what I do is:
# Turn off dispatching
condor_config_val -neg -rset "NEGOTIATOR_SLOT_CONSTRAINT = False";
# Submit jobs, RANDOMPRIO ranges from 1 - 100
for i in `seq 1 N`
/usr/bin/condor_submit -verbose -append 'priority = $RANDOMPRIO' submitfile
# Turn back on dispatching with 400 000 queued jobs on 10 schedds
condor_config_val -neg -runset NEGOTIATOR_SLOT_CONSTRAINT; condor_reconfig -neg
In this way, I could achieve ~10 jobs / sec negotiation (dispatching)
rate (not using priorities doesn't change this).
[root@condormaster1 condor]# condor_version
$CondorVersion: 8.1.2 Oct 19 2013 BuildID: 189797 $
$CondorPlatform: x86_64_RedHat6 $
- did anybody measure before a higher dispatch rate?
- is this 10 jobs / sec considered a "normal" or "good enough" value
in case of HTCondor?
- can I do anything without touching the source to increase the
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