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Re: [condor-users] Memory in a Virtual Machine
- Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2004 16:50:33 -0800
- From: Hari Pulapaka <pulapaka@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [condor-users] Memory in a Virtual Machine
Alain Roy wrote:
I used NUM_VIRTUAL_MACHINES = 1 and RESERVED_SWAP = 0, but when I do
a "condor_status -l", I find the memory that is being advertised is
503. I then set the MEMORY directive to 2015, it still shows it as 503.
What if, instead, you do:
NUM_CPUS = 1
MEMORY = 2015
That works, it starts a single Virtual Machine and displays the amount
of memory as 2015. However, if I comment out the MEMORY part and just
leave the NUM_CPUS = 1, condor_status -l shows the memory as 503 (just
to reaffirm there is 2GB of physical ram on the machine).
I thought Condor automatically detects how much memory a machine has?
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