Number of CPU cores used is displayed as zero on a heat map in Windows HPC Server 2008 R2

Symptoms

On a Windows HPC Server 2008 R2-based computer that has 32 or more logical processors, the number of CPU cores used is displayed as zero on a heat map.

Note This issue is resolved temporarily when you reduce the number of CPU cores used to 24.

Cause

This issue occurs because the UI on the heat map is overloaded.

Workaround

To work around this issue, reduce the number of CPU cores used to fewer than 24. To do this, run one of the following commands to monitor the number of CPU cores used.

Command 1

C:\ >node list
The running result resembles the following:

Node NameStateMaxRunIdleAvailability
Machine1Online30030AlwaysOn
Machine10Online48480AlwaysOn
Machine2Online32032AlwaysOn
Machine3Online34340AlwaysOn
Machine4Online36360AlwaysOn
Machine5Online38038AlwaysOn
Machine6Online40400AlwaysOn
Machine7Online42042AlwaysOn
Machine8Online44044AlwaysOn
Machine9Online46046AlwaysOn
Machine-AOnline16160AlwaysOn
Machine-BOnline24024AlwaysOn
MachineDCOnline101AlwaysOn

Command 2

PS C:\ >Get-HpcMetricValue -Name HpcSchedulerCores -Counter number of the busy cores
The running results resembles the following:

Node NameMetricCounter Value
HPCSchedulerCoresNumber of busy cores 174
HPCSchedulerCoresNumber of idle cores257
HPCSchedulerCoresNumber of offline cores 0
HPCSchedulerCoresNumber of online 431
HPCSchedulerCoresNumber of unreachable cores 0
HPCSchedulerCoresTotal number of 431
For more information about the Get-HpcMetricValue cmdlet, go to the following Microsoft website:

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