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Monitoring status of a compute cluster

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An important process in managing compute cluster based on Microsoft HPC is also its monitoring and utilization including monitoring individual computing nodes.

To view the use of a cluster you can use cmdlet Get-HpcMetricValue. This cmdlet allows you to define different metrics that we want to monitor. I recommend to define metrics HPCJobsRunning, HPCCoresInUse, HPCTasksRunning, HPCSchedulerCores, HPCSchedulerJobs, HPCSchedulerNodes.

To view information about your computing nodes use cmdlet Get-HpcNode. Nodes can be filtered by their state, name or health.

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