[Bug 618761] Review request: Gold Allocation Manager for HPC

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Tue Jul 27 17:00:25 UTC 2010

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--- Comment #1 from Jessica Jones <fedora at zaniyah.org> 2010-07-27 13:00:24 EDT ---
Gold is an open source accounting system developed by Pacific Northwest
National Laboratory (PNNL) as part of the Department of Energy (DOE) Scalable
Systems Software Project (SSS). It tracks resource usage on High Performance
Computers and acts much like a bank, establishing accounts in order to
pre-allocate user and project resource usage over specific nodes and
timeframe. Gold provides balance and usage feedback to users, managers, and
system administrators.  SQLite is used by default, but Gold can be configured
to use either MySQL or PostgreSQL instead.

There is also a web interface that provides feedback and allows management in a
more 'usable' format.  This and the documentation are packaged separately.

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