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neyron [Second scenario, more complexe]
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neyron [The oar_resource_add command]
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-Support of Nvidia GPU devices was added to OAR and should ​ship with future versions ​(newer than 2.5.7).+Support of Nvidia GPU devices was added to OAR and will ship with OAR 2.5.8 (already ship with the last RC version, e.g. 2.5.8 RC6).
  
 Meanwhile, for those who cannot wait and since this only involves some configuration of the resources and using the last version of the job resource manager script taken from the sources (the job resource manager is part of the configuration files of OAR, which the administrator can modify), one can //​backport//​ the feature to released versions (e.g. 2.5.7). Meanwhile, for those who cannot wait and since this only involves some configuration of the resources and using the last version of the job resource manager script taken from the sources (the job resource manager is part of the configuration files of OAR, which the administrator can modify), one can //​backport//​ the feature to released versions (e.g. 2.5.7).
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 Warning: make sure to look at lstopo output in order to correctly associate cpuset and gpudevices, e.g. not associating cores and GPUs not attached to a same CPU. Warning: make sure to look at lstopo output in order to correctly associate cpuset and gpudevices, e.g. not associating cores and GPUs not attached to a same CPU.
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 +====== The oar_resource_add command ======
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 +In OAR 2.5.8 (starting from 2.5.8 RC6), the oar_resource_add command provides some support to create GPU resources in OAR.
  
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