[slurm-users] SLURM on Ubuntu 16.04

Roland Fehrenbacher rf at q-leap.de
Fri May 4 06:03:57 MDT 2018

>>>>> "E" == Eric F Alemany <ealemany at stanford.edu> writes:

Hi Eric,

sorry, I'm a bit late to this thread. You might want to have a look at
Qlustar as an easy cluster solution based on Ubuntu 16.04, version 10.0
just released recently. Slurm is fully setup after installation, nice
management GUI, with Slurm component, and a huge lot more. It's now
100% Open Source and free.



https://www.q-leap.com / https://qlustar.com
          --- HPC / Storage / Cloud Linux Cluster OS ---

    E> Hi Chris Thank you for your message. At this point I want to get
    E> familiar with SLURM the easiest way. I have two post-docs I'd
    E> like to test SLURM with. Their jobs are pretty big, they run
    E> Monte Carlo simulation. Again, this would be a test environment
    E> and can always be changed, re-configured later to answer the
    E> post-doc needs.

    E> Cheers

    E> ._____________________________________________________________________________________________________

    E> Eric F.  Alemany System Administrator for Research

    E> Division of Radiation & Cancer Biology Department of Radiation
    E> Oncology

    E> Stanford University School of Medicine Stanford, California 94305

    E> Tel:1-650-498-7969 No Texting Fax:1-650-723-7382

    E> On Apr 26, 2018, at 21:55, Chris Samuel <chris at csamuel.org>
    E> wrote:

    E>     On Thursday, 26 April 2018 11:27:35 PM AEST Patrick Goetz
    E>     wrote:

    E>         He has 4 nodes and one master.  I'm pretty sure he's not
    E>         going to be
    E>         using slurmdbd?

    E>     No, he may have a greater need for it to be able to do
    E>     fair-share (or some other sort of balancing or hard limits)
    E>     over a smaller amount of resources.
    E>     A lot depends on the number of users, number of jobs, size of
    E>     jobs and walltimes of them.
    E>     All the best, Chris -- Chris Samuel :
    E>     http://www.csamuel.org/ : Melbourne, VIC

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