Job Management Requirements for NAS Parallel Systems and Clusters

  title={Job Management Requirements for NAS Parallel Systems and Clusters},
  author={William Saphir and Leigh Ann Tanner and Bernard Traversat},
A job management system is a critical component of a production supercomputing environment, permitting oversubscribed resources to be shared fairly and ef ficiently. Job management systems that were originally designed for traditional vector supercomputers are not appropriate for the distributed-memory parallel supercomputers that are becoming increasingly important in the high performance computing industry . Newer job management systems of fer new functionality but do not solve fundamental… CONTINUE READING
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