[DRMAA-WG] Load average interval ?
peter at troeger.eu
Tue Mar 23 15:51:12 CDT 2010
> Any non-SGE opinion ?
Here is mine:
I could only find one single source that explains the load average
source in Condor :)
Condor provides only the 1-minute load average from the uptime command.
Same holds for Moab:
I vote for reporting only the 1-minute load average.
> And BTW, by using the uptime(1) load semantics, we loose Windows
> support. There is no such attribute there, load is measured in
> percentage of non-idle time, and has no direct relationship to the
> ready queue lengths.
> Am 22.03.2010 um 16:02 schrieb Daniel Templeton:
>> SGE tends to look at the 5-minute average, although any can be
>> configured. You could solve it the same way we did for SGE -- offer
>> three: machineLoadShort, machineLoadMed, machineLoadLong.
>> On 03/22/10 06:05, Peter Tröger wrote:
>>> next remaining thing from OGF28:
>>> We support the determination of machineLoad average in the
>>> MonitoringSession interface. At OGF, we could not agree on which of
>>> the typical intervals (1/5/15 minutes) we want to use here. Maybe
>>> all of them ?
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