lunes, 19 de enero de 2009 11:29
I miss the Powershell provider in HPC 2008 like in the CCP Addon.
There are any plans to add it later maybe together with Powershell V2 support.
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martes, 20 de enero de 2009 23:54
The CCP Add-On that we shipped as part of the v1 toolback was sort of a POC for PowerShell and HPC. Afterwards we didn't feel the PS Provider was that useful, so we didn't implement one in HPC Server 2008. I don't think we have any plans to do so right now.
Can you tell us a bit about how you were making use of it, especially what you found better than using our CmdLets? That would help us understand the priority of this item.
miércoles, 04 de febrero de 2009 9:32It's intuitional to use a powershell provider. Especially to get a short overview of the states (nodes , jobs). It's an additional view compared the new commandlets.
- What's the state of the nodes?
- Which jobs are running?
- Which jobs are running of the node?
- On which nodes is a job running?
martes, 07 de abril de 2009 9:53ModeradorYou can use PowerShell Command "Get-HPCNode" tp get the state of all the nodes, "Get-HPCJob" to get all the jobs are running, "Get-HPCJob [-NodeName <String >]" to get all the jobs running on the specific nodes. Does that satisfy your requirement?
- Propuesto como respuesta Violet CongModerator martes, 07 de abril de 2009 9:55
miércoles, 08 de abril de 2009 23:09ModeradorPlease refer to Windows HPC Server 2008 Powershell documentation: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc947676.aspx
- Marcado como respuesta Violet CongModerator lunes, 20 de abril de 2009 6:52