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Status Not under consideration
Workspace Spectrum LSF
Components Operations/RTM
Created by Guest
Created on Mar 31, 2020

CPU usage graph for a job in RTM

First, RTM version is 10.2.

Currently, RTM provides just two CPU graphs for a job, one is CPU Time For Job and the other is CPU Time Variation for Job.

but that two graphs is related with the time which a job used how much time.

But customer want to get intuitive and realistic data for a job's CPU usage.
In Linux system, we can see the CPU usage(%) for each process.
And we can make some charts and graphs for CPU usage in Analytics product.
But RTM doesn't provide as like that kinds of graph.

We think it is easier to check job resource usage and better to provide and explain to users.

  • Guest
    Apr 2, 2020

    I was the customer with the line on the graph but it was lost when upgrading or patching a different issue and I just let it go. But yes being able to see it. Though if the line were introduced today being able to define a line equal to the slots and then a line equal to 2x the slots to cover the hyperthreads would be helpful.

    The current graph is not "user friendly" for non linux and non computer people. It isn't friendly to computer people either as it isn't the way most of them think about cpu usage on jobs. My users are in better shape because we have compressed our timescale to per minute so they only have to do 60 x slots to figure out the per minute. Though with hyperthreading that gets more challenging to know how well things are really leveraging the resources requested but not having to do the math at all would be even better.

  • Guest
    Apr 2, 2020

    SHBen,

    I had at one time introduced a line to the CPU Variation graph to show 100% utilization, but maybe it was lost. I did it for a customer. Maybe we need to bring that back.

    Larry