Can one million ants transport one rice grain ton? Experiences building a Condor Grid
What we tried? To organize  a heterogeneous and spread  computer’s group , using a communications  channel , to run togeth...
To organize  a heterogeneous and spread  computer’s group [grid@felix ~]$ condor_status Name  OpSys  Arch  State  Activity...
using a communications  channel <ul><li>condor_config  </li></ul><ul><li># </li></ul><ul><li># Outgoing submitters </li></...
to run together  executing  computational algorisms <ul><li>Condor-C, plus reverse tunneling </li></ul><ul><li>$  ssh grid...
successfully 98.0 (100.0%) 100.0 (100.0%) 40.4 (46.0%) 37.0 (54.0%) 4347.8 grid  aocegrid.uab.es
and much more … matchmaking <ul><li>$ condor_advertise UPDATE_STARTD_AD schedd.ad </li></ul><ul><li>#schedd.ad </li></ul><...
It is a team work!
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  • interesante presentacion sobre finanzas, me fue de mucha utilidad en mis estudios, tambien comparto con ustedes la noticia sobre Ana Patricia Botin http://www.santander.com/csgs/Satellite?c=Page&canal=CAccionistas&cid=1139304239180&empr=SANCorporativo&leng=es_ES&pagename=SANCorporativo%2FPage%2FSC_ContenedorGeneral
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  1. 1. Can one million ants transport one rice grain ton? Experiences building a Condor Grid
  2. 2. What we tried? To organize a heterogeneous and spread computer’s group , using a communications channel , to run together executing computational algorisms, successfully and much more …
  3. 3. To organize a heterogeneous and spread computer’s group [grid@felix ~]$ condor_status Name OpSys Arch State Activity LoadAv Mem ActvtyTime slot1@all1.ibmb.cs LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.000 1013 0+00:01:35 slot2@all1.ibmb.cs LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.020 1013 0+00:24:06 slot1@all2.ibmb.cs LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.010 506 0+00:48:26 slot2@all2.ibmb.cs LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.000 506 0+01:01:02 slot3@all2.ibmb.cs LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.000 506 0+00:58:56 slot4@all2.ibmb.cs LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 0.990 506 0+00:58:06 cri-18.ibmb.csic.e LINUX INTEL Owner Idle 1.020 1010 2+05:43:48 cri-22.ibmb.csic.e LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.270 1010 0+00:00:04 slot1@cri-33.ibmb. LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.000 1013 0+00:00:22 slot2@cri-33.ibmb. LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.000 1013 0+00:01:29 slot1@diogenes.ibm LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.000 505 0+00:04:41 slot2@diogenes.ibm LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.010 505 0+00:05:18 felix.ibmb.csic.es LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.060 503 0+00:07:00 slot1@ix.ibmb.csic LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.010 503 0+00:29:37 slot2@ix.ibmb.csic LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.020 503 0+00:35:57 slot1@liesel.ibmb. LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.000 503 0+00:21:14 slot2@liesel.ibmb. LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.000 503 0+00:07:39 orestes.ibmb.csic. LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.000 250 0+00:33:06 osaft.ibmb.csic.es LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.000 360 4+21:21:10 paris.ibmb.csic.es LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.020 1011 0+00:00:04 zoidberg.ibmb.csic LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.000 1011 0+00:19:49 slot1@lila.ibmb.cs LINUX X86_64 Claimed Busy 1.050 1006 0+00:06:39 slot2@lila.ibmb.cs LINUX X86_64 Claimed Busy 0.990 1006 0+00:06:43 slot1@nasrudin.ibm LINUX X86_64 Owner Idle 0.000 1005 0+00:34:30 slot2@nasrudin.ibm LINUX X86_64 Owner Idle 0.180 1005 0+00:54:38 ripley.ibmb.csic.e LINUX X86_64 Claimed Busy 1.000 980 0+00:01:29 sirius.ibmb.csic.e LINUX X86_64 Claimed Busy 1.000 996 0+00:04:25 Total Owner Claimed Unclaimed Matched Preempting Backfill INTEL/LINUX 21 1 20 0 0 0 0 X86_64/LINUX 6 2 4 0 0 0 0 Total 27 3 24 0 0 0 0 [grid@felix ~]$ condor_status -submitters Name Machine Running IdleJobs HeldJobs grid@ibmb.csic.es felix.ibmb 0 0 0 drocri@ibmb.csic.es sirius.ibm 0 1 0 grid@ibmb.csic.es sirius.ibm 25 4925 0 RunningJobs IdleJobs HeldJobs drocri@ibmb.csic.es 0 1 0 grid@ibmb.csic.es 25 4925 0 Total 25 4926
  4. 4. using a communications channel <ul><li>condor_config </li></ul><ul><li># </li></ul><ul><li># Outgoing submitters </li></ul><ul><li># </li></ul><ul><li># Security parameters for Condor-C </li></ul><ul><li># </li></ul><ul><li>SEC_DEFAULT_NEGOTIATION = OPTIONAL </li></ul><ul><li>SEC_DEFAULT_AUTHENTICATION = OPTIONAL </li></ul><ul><li>SEC_DEFAULT_AUTHENTICATION_METHODS = CLAIMTOBE </li></ul><ul><li># Q_QUERY_TIMEOUT=20 seconds by default </li></ul><ul><li>Q_QUERY_TIMEOUT = 60 </li></ul>25 GigaFlops IBMB 3 GigaFlops IJA 100 GigaFlops Dep. Arq. Computadors <ul><li>300 m. </li></ul><ul><li>20 Km. </li></ul>INTERNET condor_config # # Incoming submitters # USER_NAME = grid SEC_DEFAULT_NEGOTIATION = OPTIONAL SEC_DEFAULT_AUTHENTICATION = OPTIONAL SEC_DEFAULT_AUTHENTICATION_METHODS = CLAIMTOBE, ANONYMOUS SEC_CLIENT_AUTHENTICATION = REQUIRED SCHEDD_NAME = grid@grid2.ija.csic.es CONDORC_WANTJOB = TRUE SCHEDD_EXPRS = CONDORC_WANTJOB
  5. 5. to run together executing computational algorisms <ul><li>Condor-C, plus reverse tunneling </li></ul><ul><li>$ ssh grid@aocegrid.uab.es -L 25400:condor.uab.es:9618 </li></ul>[grid@felix ~]$ w 15:35:16 up 7 days, 7:37, 6 users, load average: 0.99, 1.03, 1.06 USER TTY FROM LOGIN@ IDLE JCPU PCPU WHAT grid pts/1 :0.0 09:25 3:11m 0.51s 0.47s ssh grid@aocegrid.uab.es -L 25400:condor.uab.es:9618 grid pts/2 :0.0 14:59 28:40 2.55s 0.06s bash cmd : grid_type = condor remote_schedd = grid@aocegrid.uab.es remote_pool=localhost:25400 +remote_jobuniverse = 5 +remote_requeriments = (Arch == &quot;INTEL&quot;) && (OpSys == &quot;LINUX&quot;) +remote_ShouldTransferFiles = &quot;YES&quot; +remote_WhenToTransferOutput = &quot;ON_EXIT&quot;
  6. 6. successfully 98.0 (100.0%) 100.0 (100.0%) 40.4 (46.0%) 37.0 (54.0%) 4347.8 grid aocegrid.uab.es
  7. 7. and much more … matchmaking <ul><li>$ condor_advertise UPDATE_STARTD_AD schedd.ad </li></ul><ul><li>#schedd.ad </li></ul><ul><li># Ad for schedd the aocegrid pointing to oliba </li></ul><ul><li>MyType = &quot;Machine&quot; </li></ul><ul><li>TargetType = &quot;Job&quot; </li></ul><ul><li>Name = &quot;oliba_aocegrid&quot; </li></ul><ul><li>Machine = &quot;oliba_aocegrid&quot; </li></ul><ul><li>grid_resource_name = &quot;condor grid@aocegrid.uab.es localhost:25400&quot; </li></ul><ul><li>WantAdRevaluate = True </li></ul><ul><li>Requirements = (TARGET.JobUniverse = 9) </li></ul><ul><li>Rank = 0.000000 </li></ul><ul><li>CurrentRank = 0.000000 </li></ul>cmd: # now the matchmaking at the cmd grid_resource =$$(grid_resource_name) Requirements =TARGET grid_resource_name UNDEFINED +remote_jobuniverse = 5 +remote_Requirements = (Arch = &quot;INTEL&quot;) && (OpSys = &quot;LINUX&quot;) +remote_ShouldTransferFiles = &quot;YES&quot; +remote_WhenToTransferOutput = &quot;ON_EXIT&quot; Name OpSys Arch State Activity LoadAv Mem ActvtyTime slot1@all1.ibmb.cs LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.010 1013 0+00:12:29 ... (a lot of computers herein :-) slot2@ix.ibmb.csic LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.040 503 0+00:00:58 oliba_aocegrid [???] [??] [Unknown] orestes.ibmb.csic. LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 0.920 250 0+00:00:04 osaft.ibmb.csic.es LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.000 360 4+21:38:39 paris.ibmb.csic.es LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 0.920 1011 0+00:02:04 slot1@piglet.ibmb. LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.750 503 0+00:38:13 slot2@piglet.ibmb. LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.250 503 0+00:21:36 zoidberg.ibmb.csic LINUX INTEL Claimed Busy 1.100 1011 0+00:08:11 slot1@lila.ibmb.cs LINUX X86_64 Claimed Busy 1.000 1006 0+00:09:46 slot2@lila.ibmb.cs LINUX X86_64 Claimed Busy 1.000 1006 0+00:09:54 slot1@nasrudin.ibm LINUX X86_64 Owner Idle 1.000 1005 1+01:29:09 slot2@nasrudin.ibm LINUX X86_64 Claimed Busy 1.000 1005 0+00:24:29 pool_ija.csic.es [???] [??] [Unknown] ripley.ibmb.csic.e LINUX X86_64 Claimed Busy 0.990 980 0+00:06:19 sirius.ibmb.csic.e LINUX X86_64 Claimed Busy 1.060 996 0+00:00:04 Total Owner Claimed Unclaimed Matched Preempting Backfill INTEL/LINUX 20 2 18 0 0 0 0 X86_64/LINUX 6 1 5 0 0 0 0 Total 26 3 23 0 0 0 0 (Omitted 2 malformed ads in computed attribute totals)
  8. 8. It is a team work!
  9. 9. 36,59 millions, is the number of grains that a ton of rice has [email_address] Experiences building a Condor Grid

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