[slurm-users] Setting up a reactivity margin with SLURM

Corentin Mercier corentin.a.mercier at inria.fr
Wed May 25 12:05:33 UTC 2022


Thanks again for sharing your script, I'll look into it !


----- Mail original -----
> De: "mercan" <ahmet.mercan at uhem.itu.edu.tr>
> À: "Corentin Mercier" <corentin.a.mercier at inria.fr>
> Cc: "Slurm User Community List" <slurm-users at lists.schedmd.com>
> Envoyé: Mardi 24 Mai 2022 15:59:11
> Objet: Re: [slurm-users] Setting up a reactivity margin with SLURM

> Hi;
> We don't modify /use SuspendExcNodes parameter, and even the Slurm
> power-saving feature at all. Because of this, we don't reconfigure
> slurm. We use our script as a separate solution.
> You can find the script on my githup page:
> https://github.com/mercanca/powerSave
> But I did not add enough explanations. It requires some other scripts
> which we wrote. But I think you can get an idea about how it works.
> Regards;
> Ahmet M.
> On 24.05.2022 16:16, Corentin Mercier wrote:
>> Hello,
>> Thank you for your answer, I would be interested in your script for inspiration.
>> Updating SuspendExcNodes seemed like a good idea but I realized that SLURM has
>> to be reconfigured after each change of this parameter because it is part of
>> the configuration.
>> I don't know if re-configuring SLURM via scontrol reconfigure has a big impact
>> on the platform but if it does, I will implement my own system by hand as you
>> did so seeing your script might help.
>> Thanks in advance for sharing the script and if you know the impact of scontrol
>> reconfigure, I would be glad to know your experience.
>> Best regards,
>> C.Mercier

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