[slurm-users] require info on merging diff core count nodes under single queue or partition

Sudeep Narayan Banerjee snbanerjee at iitgn.ac.in
Mon May 18 13:33:41 UTC 2020

Dear Loris: I am very sorry to address as Support; actually it has 
become a bad habit for me which I will change. Sincere Apologies!

Yes, I have checked while adding hybrid arch of hardware but while 
executing slurmctld, it shows mismatch in core-count and also the 
existing 32core nodes goes to Dowm/Drng mode and new 40-core nodes sets 
to IDLE.

Any help/guide to some link will be highly appreciated!

Thanks & Regards,
Sudeep Narayan Banerjee
System Analyst | Scientist B
Information System Technology Facility
Academic Block 5 | Room 110
Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar
Palaj, Gujarat 382355 INDIA

On 18/05/20 6:30 pm, Loris Bennett wrote:
> Dear Sudeep,
> Sudeep Narayan Banerjee <snbanerjee at iitgn.ac.in> writes:
>> Dear Support,
> This mailing list is not really the Slurm support list.  It is just the
> Slurm User Community List, so basically a bunch of people just like you.
>> node11-22 is having 16cores socket x 2 and node23-24 is having 20cores
>> socket x 2. In slurm.conf file (attached), can we merge all the nodes
>> 11-24 (having different core count) and have a single queue or
>> partition name?
> Yes, you can have a partition consisting of heterogeneous nodes.  Have
> you tried this?  Was there a problem?
> Cheers,
> Loris
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