[slurm-users] Heterogeneous HPC
juergen.salk at uni-ulm.de
Thu Sep 19 09:47:56 UTC 2019
in our current system (which does not run with Slurm) we have deployed
the community edition of Singularity as a software module.
I have no practical experience yet but from what I've read so far,
Singularity is also supposed to work quite well with Slurm. Actually,
from the scheduler's point of view, running a Singularity container
image is very much like running any other application anyway.
However, the provision of images with commercial software installed
inside may also be subject to licensing terms that need to be
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* Mahmood Naderan <mahmood.nt at gmail.com> [190919 12:38]:
> The question is not directly related to Slurm, but is actually related to
> the people in this community.
> For heterogeneous environments, where different operating systems,
> application and library versions are needed for HPC users, I would like to
> know it using docker/containers is better than yielding virtual machines?
> Actually, it is lighter than VM, however, I haven't seen a docker image for
> Matlab for example. If that is possible, can Slurm be used to schedule
> If someone has any experience using docker in HPC clusters, please let me
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