Optimizing resource management in supercomputers with SLURM

Posted by tracyanne on May 22, 2012 11:00 AM EDT
IBM developerWorks : Linux
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The arms race of supercomputers is fascinating to watch as their evolving architectures squeeze out more and more performance. One interesting fact about supercomputers is that they all run a version of Linux. To yield the greatest amount of power from an architecture, the SLURM open source job scheduler (used by the Chinese Tianhe-IA supercomputer, and the upcoming IBM Sequoia supercomputer) optimizes resource allocation and monitoring. Learn about SLURM and its approach to parallelizing workloads in clusters.

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