Sun Grid Engine Advanced Administration

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In Bangalore

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  • Course
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    4 Days
Description

Perform installation tasks and run basic user commands, including: describing the features and architecture of the N1GE software; describing distributed resource management (DRM); performing a Network File System (NFS) installation of N1GE; and submitting batch and interactive jobs to the grid. Configure N1GE, including performing basic queue, host, and cluster configuration; administering.

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Bangalore
560 025, Karnataka, India
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Course programme


ES-337 Sun Grid Engine Advanced Administration
Course Content :: Duration :: Course Fees
3 days

INR 30000.0 plus service taxes

Overview
The N1 Grid Engine Advanced Administration course provides students with the necessary skills to install, configure, use, and troubleshoot N1 Grid Engine (N1GE). This course describes installation and advanced administration of this product. Students learn how to use the command-line interface to submit interactive and batch jobs to the grid. In addition, students perform basic configuration tasks, such as displaying, adding, modifying, and deleting queue, host, and global configurations and complexes. The course also describes resource management and approaches for troubleshooting failures in the grid. Finally, students learn about the special scheduling features available in N1GE including the share tree, functional, deadline, and overrides scheduling policies.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
· Perform installation tasks and run basic user commands, including: describing the features and architecture of the N1GE software; describing distributed resource management (DRM); performing a Network File System (NFS) installation of N1GE; and submitting batch and interactive jobs to the grid.
· Configure N1GE, including performing basic queue, host, and cluster configuration; administering complexes; and integrating applications in the grid
· Perform advanced tasks, including administering and troubleshooting N1GE and configuring scheduling policies

PreRequisites

To succeed fully in this course, students should be able to perform routine system administration tasks on the Solaris(TM) Operating System (Solaris OS)

Who Can Benefit

Students who can benefit from this course are those responsible for installing, configuring, using, and troubleshooting N1GE.

Duration :3 days

Course Fees :INR 30000.0 plus service taxes

INR 33708.00 inclusive of service taxes

Course Content :
Introducing the Grid Software
· Define grid computing and DRM
· Describe the types of grids
· Define the architecture of N1GE
· Describe jobs, queues, user types, and host types
· Schedule jobs in the grid
· Describe the flow of information in N1GE
· Define High Performance Computing (HPC) environments
· Describe the Grid Engine project

Installing the Grid Software
· Describe the various types of N1GE installations
· Describe the various spooling types
· Describe the default scheduler profiles
· Perform an NFS installation of N1GE
· Describe the contents of the primary N1GE directories

Submitting Jobs to the Grid
· Describe N1GE commands and job types
· Submit batch jobs using the qsub command
· Submit interactive jobs using the qsh, qrsh, qtcsh, and qlogin commands
· Obtain status information for submitted jobs
· Administer submitted jobs

Modifying Configuration Parameters
· Describe the types of N1GE parameters you can configure
· Configure the N1GE cluster parameters
· Configure the N1GE host parameters
· Configure the N1GE queue parameters
· Configure the N1GE scheduler
· Configure N1GE users

Configuring Resource Management and Load Parameters
· Describe items that affect resource management: job requirements; resources; global, queue, host, and user-defined resource attributes; and inheritance rules
· Administer the system complex list, including global, host, user-defined, and queue-related resource attributes
· Configure the default load parameters and define custom load sensors

Controlling the Event Chain and Integrating Applications
· Define the N1GE event chain and application integration
· Describe the execution methods
· Integrate custom applications into N1GE
· Integrate HPC environments

Administering and Troubleshooting N1GE
· Perform routine administration of N1GE queues
· Examine N1GE log files to troubleshoot failures
· Use command debugging to resolve failed job submissions
· Obtain and apply patches for N1GE
· Back up the grid engine system configuration
· Diagnose problems in N1GE

Resource Allocation and Scheduling Policies
· Describe resource allocation and scheduling
· Describe and configure N1GE scheduling parameters
· Describe and configure the share tree scheduling policy
· Describe and configure the functional scheduling policy
· Describe and configure the override scheduling policy

Usage Accounting and Reportin
· Understand the various methods of gathering accounting and reporting statistics
· Install and configure the N1GE reporting database module
· Install and use the N1GE web-based Accounting and Reporting Console (ARCo)

Related Courses (Before)
System Administration for the Solaris 10 Operating System Part 1
System Administration for the Solaris 10 Operating System Part 2

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