New Job Scheduler Features with Windows HPC Server 2008

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Josh is a PM on the HPC Server 2008 product team.  Listen to Josh detail the new Job Scheduler policies, algorithms, and interfaces.

Windows HPC Server 2008 is available in a Beta1 release as of November, 2007.  Obtain the beta bits at http://connect.microsoft.com.  Please provide feedback using the feedback tool on the Connect web site.

For additional information, see http://WindowsHPC.net and http://blogs.msdn.com/philpenn.



  

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      Alison
      Jobs should only hold a resource while needed and release it within any given procedure.  The Job needs to access the availability of a resource; if it is not being used within a given procedure.. and release it.  Maybe a Job Control Language to wrap the procedure steps would be good.  The Job Control Language can feed into the Schedular giving way to an intelligent Schedular.

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