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HTCondor Mips

HTCondor makes a measurement of the MIPS when a VM is booted and puts the value into the class ad of the VM.

There is an entry per VM and the entry for each slot is identical. The following command gives the slot name and the MIPS value. There will be an entry per filled "slot1@" and "slot1_n@" for each of the n-slots. These numbers are not stored and only exist for running VMs. The useful number is (avoiding multiple counting of the same value):

$ condor_status -autoformat Name Mips | grep "slot1@"
slot1@ec2-52-10-14-151.us-west-2.compute.amazonaws.com 22095
slot1@ec2-52-10-146-223.us-west-2.compute.amazonaws.com 22474
slot1@ec2-52-10-156-131.us-west-2.compute.amazonaws.com 23349
(and more)

The MIPS value is a measure of the integer performance of the processor(s).

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Topic revision: r3 - 2016-04-05 - rsobie
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