Saturday, May 09, 2009

Oh my gosh... it's users...

I had been aware of a steady increase in the number of ATLAS user jobs on the cluster in the last few months, which I was delighted to see. I decided to quantify this by querying our accounting database and the users really have arrived.

User jobs since April 1 have consumed 867k hours of wallclock and 686k hours of CPU (80% efficient), c.f. production numbers of 1981k wallclock and 1867k CPU (94% efficient). This means ATLAS users are now consuming 30% of the ATLAS walltime on the cluster.

We've had 235 unique ATLAS users since April and 46 have used more than 1000 hours of wallclock time.

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