[slurm-users] Rolling reboot with at most N machines down simultaneously?

David Simpson SimpsonD4 at cardiff.ac.uk
Thu Aug 4 16:03:28 UTC 2022

Another way might be to implement slurm power off/on (if not already) and induce it as required.

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This is actually brilliant!

Brian Andrus

On 8/3/2022 10:20 PM, Gerhard Strangar wrote:
> Phil Chiu wrote:
>>     - Individual slurm jobs which reboot nodes - With a for loop, I could
>>     submit a reboot job for each node. But I'm not sure how to limit this so at
>>     most N jobs are running simultaneously.
> With a fake license called reboot?

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