SESSION LEADER(S):Morris A Jette, Danny Auble, Donald Lipari
ABSTRACT: SLURM development was begun at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in 2002 to provide a highly scalable and portable open source resource management facility. Today SLURM is used on about 40 percent of the TOP500 systems and provides a rich set of features including managing a workload across multiple clusters, topology aware optimized resource allocation, the ability to power down idle nodes and restart them as needed, hiarachical bank accounts with fair-share job prioritization and many resource limits.
The meeting will consist of three parts:
1. The SLURM core team will present details about the recently released version 2.2
2. Discussions of ongoing and future projects (e.g. support for GPUs and cloud computing) and
3. Discussion of the SLURM roadmap with solicitation of user feedback
Everyone interested in SLURM use and/or development is encouraged to attend. Please bring your suggestions.
Session Leader Details:
Morris A Jette (Primary Session Leader) - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Danny Auble (Secondary Session Leader) - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Donald Lipari (Secondary Session Leader) - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory