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What is being announced? The purpose of this announcement is to help guide customers to the appropriate Oracle websites from which Sun software and firmware may be downloaded. The Sun Download Center was decommissioned on July 31, 2011 . Customers looking for Sun downloads should visit one of the following Oracle websites: Oracle Software Delivery Cloud ( https://edelivery.oracle.com ) for downloading separately licensed software products
Since this seems to be a regular topic on the user mailing list , here's a quick guide to setting up a parallel environment on Grid Engine : First, create/borrow/steal the startup and shutdown scripts for the parallel environment you're using. You can find MPI and PVM scripts in the $SGE_ROOT/mpi and $SGE_ROOT/pvm directories, respectively. If you cannot find scripts for your parallel environment, you'll have to create them.
You are here: Home » Employee Posts » chrisdag | Sep 28, 2009 | 9 comments After much thought we’ve decided to release PDF versions of some Grid Engine Administration training slides that BioTeam has used in the past. We hope the community will find them useful; internally we are working on new materials that will incorporate screen sharing technologies, videos, screencasts and better online learning environments (including training systems with live labs and exercises housed within the Amazon EC2 compute cloud. Another reason for releasing the materials is that they themselves are quite dry and boring – real Grid Engine training needs to be done by someone who has used the product in demanding settings and is capable of talking about real world experiences, failures and best practices! All we ask is that our effort be respected – please don’t strip out our company name, logo or otherwise try to pass these materials off as your own.
If you are reading this post, you should also be familiar with the official Grid Engine 6 Installation Guide . In the official install guide, there is a section called ” Before you install the Software ”. It gives a nice tabular view of the decisions you’ll have to make during the install and explains each option briefly. This is shaping up to be one of those “Chris is injecting lots of his personal opinions into what should be a straightforward technical document…” posts. This is not an official document, it’s just some thing you found on the internet written by some guy you probably don’t even know, OK?
Posted by chrisdag – January 17, 2006 The easiest way to set up Grid Engine for fair “all users treated equally” resource allocation is the simple functional policy setup described in a previous entry . But what about doing something similar with the ShareTree policy? (a basic graphical explanation of the differences between the functional and sharetree policies can be found here ). It is also a two step process: Activate the policy in the scheduler configuration (command is ‘qconf -msconf’)
Posted by chrisdag – September 30, 2005 I saw versions of these images in Charu’s presentation slide deck a long time ago. They did a good job visually explaining the scheduling behavior differences in Grid Engine Sharetree vs Functional share policies.
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