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Default single user cluster: "at" enough?
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I have a single user cluster, that will grow to about 64 cores across 16 sockets and 6 nodes ( 24 cores 6 sockets 3 nodes at the moment) is there any advantage to have a more sophisticated job and resource controller than plain old linux "at", I cant see much of an advantage myself but as I'm only in the foothills of the learning curve I would like to know if there is something i am missing
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