[GE users] Multiple load sensors

Charu Chaubal Charu.Chaubal at Sun.COM
Thu Jul 1 01:02:28 BST 2004


This is a bit confusing..... the *entry* for a host loadsensor 
overrides the *entry* for global loadsensor.  Therefore, if you 
override the load sensor locally, it essentially ignores the global 
entry.

You can have any number of load sensors defined in the parameter entry, 
both globally and locally, simply separated by commas (I think it's 
comma-separated....).  So, for the host parameter, you would put BOTH 
the global load sensor AND the local load sensor.

Regards,
	Charu

On Jun 30, 2004, at 4:41 PM, Bernard Li wrote:

> Hi list:
>
> For SGE 5.3p5, is it possible to have multiple load sensors running?
>
> I want one that runs on all the nodes, and the other to run on just one
> node.
>
> So I set up the global cluster loadsensor and also a host loadsensor,
> but it seems that the host which runs the single loadsensor has 
> problems
> running the global loadsensor...
>
> Thanks,
>
> Bernard
>
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