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Re: [HTCondor-users] detecting Intel Xeon Phy on a machine node

On 07/03/2016 23:27, Michael V Pelletier wrote:
You can use a benchmark startd_cron job to run a script to parse the "lspci" output to look for the Phi card and advertise HasPhi = True, and maybe use whatever utilities they provide to advertise whatever details you need from it such as the device path, number of cores, and memory capacity. Since a Phi isn't a GPU, I don't expect it will wind up in condor_gpu_discovery. ;-)

Makes sense. :)




Michael V. Pelletier
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