GWA-T-4 AuverGrid

Grid Description

AuverGrid is a production grid platform consisting of 5 clusters located geographically in the Auvergne region, France. Clusters are composed of dual 3GHz Pentium-IV Xeons nodes running Scientific Linux, LPC stands for "Laboratoire de Physique Corpusculaire" (Laboratory of Corpuscular Physics) of Universitè Blaise-Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, France. The Auvergrid project is a regional grid part of the EGEE project (Enabling Grids for E-science in Europe). This grid employs the LCG middleware as the grid's infrastructure (LCG is the Large hadron collider Computing Grid project). It is used mostly for biomedical and high-energy physics research. The status of all the sites composing the LCG is available online; here is the status of LPC.

The size of each clusters
Cluster CPUs
clrlcgce01 112
clrlcgce02 84
clrlcgce03 186
iut15 38
obc 55


Trace sharing:
The AuverGrid team, contact person Dr. Emmanuel Medernach

Trace analysis:
Shanny Anoep
Alexandru Iosup
Mathieu Jan

Trace Summary

TraceID/Source No. Sites No. V-Procs No. Users No. Jobs Utillization Reseach Work
GWA-T-4 AuverGrid 2-5 101-1K 201-500 200K-500K 41%-60% 0

Trace Download

Copyright note
The AuverGrid traces were kindly provided by the AuverGrid team (special thanks to Dr. Emmanuel Medernach), the owners of the AuverGrid system. To use these traces, you must include an acknowledgement to the source of the data in any published material that refers to the data. Please also consider including the Grid Workloads Archive in the acknowledgements.

Download the GWA-T-4 trace in GWF format [6MB]
Download the GWA-T-4 trace in SQLite format [7MB]

Analysis report

A detailed analysis report of this GWA-T-4 trace is available online.

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