Managing Presets

Once your cluster's node pools are set up, you can configure resource presets that will be available for you and your team during the work process.

Checking Your Cluster's Presets

You can view your current cluster's resource presets by running neuro config show and referring to the Resource Presets section in its output:

Resource Presets:
Name #CPU Memory Preemptible Preemptible Node GPU Jobs Avail
────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────
cpu-small 1 4.0G × × 63
cpu-medium 3 11.0G × × 18
cpu-large 7 26.0G × × 7
gpu-k80-small 5 48.0G × × 1 x nvidia-tesla-k80 28
gpu-k80-small-p 5.0 48.0G √ √ 1 x nvidia-tesla-k80 10
gpu-v100-small 5 95.0G × × 1 x nvidia-tesla-v100 10
gpu-v100-small-p 5.0 95.0G √ √ 1 x nvidia-tesla-v100 10

Modifying and Adding Presets

You can easily modify or add resource presets by using the neuro admin update-resource-preset command.

For example, to change the amount of memory accessible through the existing cpu-large preset to 32GB, run:

> neuro admin update-resource-preset -m 32G company-cluster cpu-large

To add a new preset, just provide its name and parameters in the neuro admin update-resource-preset command. You can learn more about using this command here.

Deleting Presets

You can delete resource presets by using the neuro admin remove-resource-preset command. For example:

> neuro admin remove-resource-preset company-cluster cpu-medium