[Beowulf] live free SGE descendent (for Centos 7)?
alex at calicolabs.com
Tue Mar 5 10:42:10 PST 2019
What is your goal?
Anecdotally, every cluster I know has switched from SGE to SLURM. SchedMD
has an active user list and bug tracker.
If you are willing to spend money; I hear Univa support is excellent.
On Tue, Mar 5, 2019 at 10:39 AM David Mathog <mathog at caltech.edu> wrote:
> Are any of the free SGE derived projects still alive? If so, buildable
> on Centos 7?
> Son of grid engine, for instance, has not had a release since 2016
> and there isn't one for Centos 7. The last rocks release still has an
> option, and that is based on Centos 7, so some version can be built on
> that platform. Anybody know off hand which one they used?
> The Univa version still seems to be kicking, but that is commercial.
> I have an old version running on one Centos 7 machine, but it was not
> built there. It is a 32 binary made long ago (Mandriva 2010 or Mageia
> 3?) and still uses
> to start/stop rather than a systemd method.
> David Mathog
> mathog at caltech.edu
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