[Bioclusters] High Availability Clustering

Elia Stupka bioclusters@bioinformatics.org
Fri, 25 Jul 2003 15:48:20 +0800

By the way, I was refering to PBSPro, not the open source OpenPBS 
version. My understanding is that NCSA long tim e ago made patches to 
OpenPBS to improve it, but that a lot of those patches are in PBSPro?


On Thursday, July 24, 2003, at 1:32, LAI Loong Fong wrote:

> On 23/7/03 11:33 PM, "Elia Stupka" <elia@tll.org.sg> wrote:
>> I was always of this opinion until lately I was debating this with 
>> IBM for a
>> cluster we are setting up and IBM was pushing for PBSPro... in the 
>> end they
>> won
>> the debate because apparently NASA has been pushing a lot of 
>> improvements in
>> the last year or so (last time we tried PBS was more than a year ago) 
>> and they
>> now run it happily on a 14,000 CPU cluster in production.... I 
>> couldn't say
>> much to this, so they won the argument and soon I will have to find 
>> out as we
>> will be stressing out a cluster with PBS instead of our favourite (but
>> expensive) LSF...
>> Elia
> That's because NCSA and also NCAR are using a hacked version of PBS 
> rather
> than the one that you can download.
> LAI Loong Fong
> _______________________________________________
> Bioclusters maillist  -  Bioclusters@bioinformatics.org
> https://bioinformatics.org/mailman/listinfo/bioclusters
Bioinformatics Program Manager
Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory
1, Research Link
Singapore 117604
Tel. +65 6874 4945
Fax. +65 6872 7007