[GE users] How to change default time for sge_execd invokation

Arati Kadav aratik at cse.iitk.ac.in
Tue Oct 12 10:40:24 BST 2004


Yes, I did have multiple scripts but now I am using only one script for 
several load sensors. Is there a way to control frequency at which execd 
invokes the begin trigger for the load sensors.
-arati
Andy Schwierskott wrote:

> Hi,
>
> did you install multiple load sensors scripts via a comma seperated 
> list in
> the "load_sensor" line?
>
> It's not documented in which order the scripts are started but it's 
> certianly
> all the time the same order.
>
> It's alos important to understand the *currently* the execd send the
> "begin" trigger command to the load sensor script at the begin of a load
> sensor interval, but doesn't read theresult before the end of the 
> interval.
> This means that a fast load sensor script will deliver load values 
> which are
> approx. one load_report interval aged.
>
> Andy
>
>> Hello,
>> I have 2 load sensor scripts and withput fail i am finding that one 
>> script detects configuratino chages earlier than the other script. 
>> The first script is the login script that is given in the sun grid 
>> example. The second one involves some disk access.
>> How do I find out and control the default time of sge_execd 
>> invocation especially for invoking load sensors.
>> Regards,
>> Arati
>
>
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