[CentOS] Consecutive Jobs
jses27 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 8 11:51:01 UTC 2010
On Wed, 2010-04-07 at 07:33 -0500, Les Mikesell wrote:
> Joseph L. Casale wrote:
> >> Are you looking for a real job scheduler? If so, it might be overkill,
> >> but you might want to look into software like Sun Grid Engine, Torque,
> >> or Condor (there are quite a few other schedulers out there). If those
> >> aren't what you're hoping for, perhaps you could give more details about
> >> what you're trying to accomplish.
> > Based on John and Les's reco for a different cluster need, I am reading up
> > on Torque etc now, but this just a trivial need I want to plug asap. It really
> > is as simple as I wrote out earlier, multiple servers ssh a background job at
> > nearly the same time consisting of an rsync command. The destination host for
> > this target gets overwhelmed with more than one at a time...
> If you don't mind introducing a single point of failure, pick a control host and
> ssh all the commands in a shell script that loops over the list of targets to
> run it.
And yes that it what I shared that I currently do in the previous
thread. BUT I do not use ssh_cluster now. Actually the one controler
host is 999.999 up time at presant IBM AIX knock on wood. My next thing
is to do job ques through the mrg platform utilizing the python modules
on 2 machines and dump cosly AIX.
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