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June 21-25, 2004Lecture2: Grid Job Management1 Lecture 3 Grid Resources and Job Management Jaime Frey Condor Project, University of Wisconsin-Madison

, 2004 Lecture2: Grid Job Management 16 The Idea Computing power is everywhere, Condor tries to make it usable by anyone. June 21-25, 2004 Lecture2: Grid Job Management 17 / submit protocol June 21-25, 2004 Lecture2: Grid Job Management 60 Globus Universe Fault-Tolerance: Submit- side Failures All relevant state for each submitted job is stored/ Lecture2: Grid Job Management 91 DAGMan, cont. DAGMan works with all kinds of Condor jobs. This means that it works fine with Grid jobs. In your exercises, you will/


Error Scope on a Computational Grid: Theory and Practice Douglas Thain Computer Sciences Department University of Wisconsin USC Reliability Workshop July.

Parting Thoughts An Exercise: Coupling Condor and Java The Condor Project, est. 1985. – Production high-throughput computing facility. – Provides a stable execution environment on a Grid of unstable,/ – A return to a higher level of abstraction. – Example: read -> virt mem failure -> process abort. – Example: server out of memory -> shutdown socket Program Virtual Memory/ Scope Errors Inside Program Scope Half-Way Conclusion Small but powerful changes drastically improved the Java Universe. Our mistake was to/


Grid Tutorial Laukik Chitnis Sanjay Ranka. Outline Distributed Applications Distributed Computing – the paradigm Problems and Solutions Web Services and.

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Grid Compute Resources and Job Management. 2 How do we access the grid ?  Command line with tools that youll use  Specialised applications Ex: Write.

kinds of LRM 9 Job Management on a Grid User The Grid Condor PBS LSF fork GRAM Site A Site B/system calls to send R/W operations over the network  Provides powerful resource management by matching resource owners with consumers (broker) 19 How/ and lots more You’ll see much of this in the hands-on exercises. 34 Other Condor commands condor_q – show status of job queue condor_status –/ the workflow to be managed even in the face of failures 36 Want other Scheduling possibilities? Use the Scheduler Universe In/


FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY National Cyber Exercise: Cyber Storm National Cyber Security Division New York City Metro ISSA Meeting June 21, 2006 This document.

York, Washington (Exercise Control)  International:Australia, Canada, New Zealand, UK  Private Sector –IT: 9 major IT firms –Energy:6 electric utility firms (generation, transmission & grid operations) –Airlines:/ Exercise Control cell Scenario Context and Scope FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY 9 Tricare Site Defaced NIPRNET Probing increases More Extensive Power/ Cross Messages Malware CD Distributed HIPAA DB Compromised Cascading RTR Failure RTR Control from Offsite Rogue Wireless Device Discovered Logs Compromised/


Error Scope on a Computational Grid: Theory and Practice Douglas Thain and Miron Livny Computer Sciences Department University of Wisconsin HPDC-11, July.

Thoughts An Exercise: Coupling Condor and Java The Condor Project, est. 1985. – Production high-throughput computing facility. – Provides a stable execution environment on a Grid of unstable/ A return to a higher level of abstraction. – Example: read -> virt mem failure -> process abort. – Example: server out of memory -> shutdown socket Principles for /errors. – How should escaping errors be structured? Conclusion Small but powerful changes drastically improved the Java Universe. Our mistake was to represent/


The Virtual Power System Testbed (VPST) and Inter- Testbed Integration August 10, 2009 David Bergman Dong Jin Prof. David Nicol Tim Yardley (Presenter)

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Grid Compute Resources and Job Management. 2 Local Resource Managers (LRM)‏ Compute resources have a local resource manager (LRM) that controls:  Who.

kinds of LRM 4 Job Management on a Grid User The Grid Condor PBS LSF fork GRAM Site A Site B/ system calls to send R/W operations over the network  Provides powerful resource management by matching resource owners with consumers (broker) ‏ 14 / and lots more You’ll see much of this in the hands-on exercises. 29 Other Condor commands condor_q – show status of job queue condor_status –/ the workflow to be managed even in the face of failures 31 Want other Scheduling possibilities? Use the Scheduler Universe In/


Grids Today, Clouds on the Horizon [ As tools for computational physics ] Grid Support Group, IT Department, CERN ~~~ CCP, Ouro Preto,

existing application to the Grid environment is a non-trivial exercise that requires an in-depth understanding not only of the Grid computing paradigm but also /– full 2008 workload, all aspects of experiments’ production chains  N.B. failure to meet target(s) would necessarily result in discussions on de-scoping! Fortunately,/ 3. Interruptions, e-mail, …Out of control, victimised 4. Trivia, time wastingIrresponsible, … Power & Cooling – Post CCRC’08 28 SiteComments IN2P3Had a serious problem this w/e with A/


Jamie Shiers WLCG Service Coordination WLCG – Worldwide LHC Computing Grid WLCG Service Status LCG Comprehensive Review, November 20 th 2007.

it would make sense to learn from this exercise… Large-scale collaboration is part of our world/ -- confused by many layers of software – local system, grid middleware, application layers  Communications difficult – -- sites supporting / services – rapidly resolved by expert intervention  Single points of failure – and complexity – are the enemies! Other Problems Still see /much higher Data corruption – file level Being addressed – otherwise a certainty! Power & cooling – Will we get to (<) ~1 per site per /


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Submitting Jobs to the Sun Grid Engine

is 5.3 . Definitions: GRID: A collection of Computing Resources. The term is borrowed from Power Systems. GRID is there to meet users demands for Computing Power. It is a term used / ( start an interactive job ) qstat ( query jobs’ status ) qdel ( delete a job ) Exercise 1: Submit a job via qsub Create a script file (named example.sh) by using a text /All Jobs running or queueing under a given username qdel –u Reasons for Job Failures SGE cannot find the binary file specified in the job script One of the /


LEARNING POWER SYSTEMS BEYOND CLASS AND CONTROL ROOM

TIME CANNOT BE STORED THE END USER DOES NOT SCHEDULE HIS USAGE USE NOW PAY LATER THE GRID INTERCONNECTED SYSTEMS WITH THOUSANDS OF KILOMETERS OF LINES AND HUNDREDS OF GENERATORS OPERATING WITH SPLIT SECOND SYNCHRONISM IS/failure increases” “System inherent risk of failure depends on factors such as magnitude of population and loads in relation to generation resources.” SOME QUOTES ON POWER POWER IS BUILT MORE EASILY ON LIES THAN ON TRUTH. POWER ONLY TIRES THOSE WHO DON’T EXERCISE IT. PEOPLE WHO SEEK POWER/


BAR 2009 Technician Update Training Course Smog Check Failure Diagnostics.

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EU-US ENERGY COUNCIL Technology Working Group Steve Bossart US Department of Energy National Energy Technology Lab Assessing Smart Grid Benefits and Impacts:

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Digital Divide Meeting (May 23, 2005)Paul Avery1 University of Florida U.S. Grid Projects: Grid3 and Open Science Grid International.

Buffalo) Genome analysisGADU/Gnare fMRIFunctional MRI (Dartmouth) CS DemonstratorsJob Exerciser, GridFTP, NetLogger www.ivdgl.org/grid3/applications Digital Divide/and validate Grid tools and applications  Vital role of testbeds  How to scale algorithms, software, process  Some successes, but “interesting” failure modes still/Time eVLBI to the 10 – 100 Gb/s Range  Powerful testbed  Significant storage, optical networks for testing new Grid services  Strong vendor partnerships  Cisco, Calient, NLR, /


Lesson 1. Classroom Expectations 1.Arrive on time. 2.Bring the necessary equipment to all lessons: exercise book; any required reading materials; pens,

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Innovation at the Edge: Technological Change in Electric Power Lynne Kiesling IFREE, ICES & Northwestern University IRLE May 2006.

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1 Class Exercise I: Use Cases Deborah McGuinness Semantic eScience 2011 - CSCI-6962-01 Week 4, September 26, 2011 Presented by Peter Fox 1.

Questions on reading? Use case introduction Elements of use case documentation Class exercise – use cases in real-time Assignment reading: Ontology Tool Summary, / the background Describe the goal in more detail Include success and failure scenarios, with measures of each, consequences Mention actors (roles,/grid representation displaced pole and land surface model has grid representation latitude-longitude and both must be transformed to Lambert conformal for display 54 55 Summary Use cases are a powerful/


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systems: Maximised harvested energy: shading & defect immunity, reduced cabling losses, and power optimisation (MPPT) for each module individually No single point of failure Safer system as high voltage DC is eliminated: simple, standardized, cost effective installation/and installation Home Use N # of AC Electrical Branches Wiring Example Exercise Determine the Number of Inverters, Distribution Blocks, Buss Extension Cables and Buss Grid Connection Cables Used in this wiring example. Can you optimize the /


POWER MARKETS IN INDIA RAHUL BANERJEE SENIOR ADVISER, POWER MARKETS CERC Disclaimer : These are the person views of the Speaker 10/6/2015.

Cap introduced in day ahead market in September 2009 for 45 day period o Ensure large entities do not exercise market power 10/6/2015 CERC ensures Market Integrity Market Monitoring Focus is more on Short Term market presently ◦ Started/ contract treated as firm contract in many markets, cannot be revised, supply from other generator to be arranged ◦ In case of grid failure  How quickly revision should be communicated in unaffected areas  Exposed to financial risk when revision done later  Should they be /


1 Class Exercise I: Use Cases Deborah McGuinness and Peter Fox CSCI-6962-01 Week 4, September 28, 2009.

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1 Class Exercise I: Use Cases Deborah McGuinness Semantic eScience 2012 Week 2, September 10, 2012 1.

– make sure to include semantic aspects Two use case presentations Class exercise – use cases in real-time if time 2 2 3 Developed for/ Describe the background Describe the goal in more detail Include success and failure scenarios, with measures of each, consequences Mention actors (roles, responsibilities)/grid representation displaced pole and land surface model has grid representation latitude-longitude and both must be transformed to Lambert conformal for display 51 52 Summary Use cases are a powerful/


Electricity Markets 1. Content  Market Overview in Electric Power Systems  Basic Concepts from Economics  Markets for Electrical Energy  Participating.

30 Forces behind the deregulation are –High tariffs and over staffing –global economic crisis –regulatory failure –political and ideological changes –managerial inefficiency –lack of public resources for the future development –/regulator controls that there is open access to the T/D grid, and also regulates the tariffs and revenues for the transmission/power market is operated.  The G/S regulator is also responsible for preventing that participants can dominate the market and exercise market power/


1 Grid Computing (2) (Special Topics in Computer Engineering) Veera Muangsin 30 January 2004.

Macintosh, Workstations 6 The MISD Architecture  More of an intellectual exercise than a practical configuration. Few built, but commercially not available/ MIMD  easily/ readily expandable  Highly reliable (any CPU failure does not affect the whole system) Processor A Processor A Processor/ –MOL –METODIS –Globe –Poznan Metacomputing –CERN Data Grid –MetaMPI –DAS –JaWS –and many more... Public Grid Initiatives –Distributed.net –SETI@Home –Compute Power Grid USA –Globus –Legion –JAVELIN –AppLes –NASA IPG/


University of Mississippi (Nov. 11, 2003)Paul Avery1 University of Florida Data Grids Enabling Data Intensive Global Science Physics.

QuarkNet  Getting there: “Functional Demonstration Grids”  Grid2003, Grid2004, Grid2005, …  New release every 6-12 months, increasing functionality & scale  Constant participation in LHC computing exercises CHEPREO: Center for High Energy Physics Research/data:Powerful paradigm for scientific computing  Research:Collaborative and Grid tools for distributed teams University of Mississippi (Nov. 11, 2003)Paul Avery56 Grid References  Grid Book  www.mkp.com/grids  Globus  www.globus.org  Global Grid /


Some Grid Experiences Laura Pearlman USC Information Sciences Institute ICTP Advanced Training Workshop on Scientific Instruments on the Grid *Most of.

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Review trait theory research, and discuss the idea of one best style of leadership using the Ohio State studies and the Leadership Grid as points of reference.

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Review trait theory research, and discuss the idea of one best style of leadership using the Ohio State studies and the Leadership Grid as points of reference.

--one style was employee centered and the other was job centered The Leadership Grid © represents five leadership styles found by crossing concern for production and concern for/not fall prey to feeling powerless and empower yourself to get things done. 3. Exercise the power you have by focusing on circumstances you can control and avoid dwelling on circumstances / 2. Surprise and fear of the unknown 3. Climate of mistrust 4. Fear of failure 5. Loss of status and/or job security 16-11 McGraw-Hill © 2005 The /


Grid Computing and the Globus Toolkit

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LEADERSHIP THEORIES TRAIT THEORY GHISELLI BASES OF INFLUENCE (POWER) FRENCH & RAVEN BEHAVIORAL THEORIES OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY BLAKE & MOUTON CONTINGENCY.

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Nov. 2015Part VII – Failures: Computational BreachesSlide 1.

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Lishep2004 (February 17, 2004)Paul Avery1 University of Florida Grid Computing in High Energy Physics Enabling Data Intensive Global.

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0 Smart Grid Computational Tool (SGCT) For best results view this presentation in Slide Show mode.

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Experience with ATLAS Data Challenge Production on the U.S. Grid Testbed Kaushik De University of Texas at Arlington CHEP03 March 27, 2003.

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Parallel Processing: Architecture Overview Rajkumar Buyya Grid Computing and Distributed Systems (GRIDS) Lab. The University of Melbourne Melbourne, Australia.

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Beauty 2003 (October 14, 2003)Paul Avery1 University of Florida Grid Computing in High Energy Physics Enabling Data Intensive Global.

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Building the PRAGMA Grid Through Routine-basis Experiments Cindy Zheng Pacific Rim Application and Grid Middleware Assembly San Diego Supercomputer Center.

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L.Perini 1 Grid Computing and High Energy Physics LHC and the Experiments The LHC Computing Grid The Data Challenges and some.

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A.CONTINUING PUBLIC PARTICIPATION OBJECTIONS B.FAILURE OF APPLICANT’S ANALYSIS TO EXAMINE EXISTING MARKETS &CALPINE’S ROLE IN THE CRISES C.REASONS OVERRIDE.

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Parallel Processing: Architecture Overview Subject Code: 433-498 Rajkumar Buyya Grid Computing and Distributed Systems (GRIDS) Lab. The University of Melbourne.

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