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Status Future consideration
Workspace Spectrum LSF
Components Operations/RTM
Created by Guest
Created on Nov 17, 2021

Add Memory Statistics to Daily Statistics

When I wrote the daily statistics interface years ago, I had very little comprehension of the concept of Memory Efficiency, and therefore did not add memory_reserved, and mem_used, and max_memory to the daily statistics tables. But in todays HPC, memory is as important if not more important than CPU utilization and as such, it is really needed in the RTM daily statistics tables and interfaces.
Needed By Quarter
  • Guest
    Apr 6, 2022

    To add onto this. A similar column to the Wall Time and GPU Wall Time that used the memory reservation wall time would be helpful. A job that reserves 15GB and runs for 10 hours would be 150GB/hours. This is independent of the actual memory consumed but rather the memory that was reserved and thus unavailable for other jobs to schedule to use. This would align with those other Wall Time metrics.