[GE users] Memory hard limit seems to be ignored on sge 5.3p5 version

Rayson Ho raysonho at eseenet.com
Mon Sep 13 19:04:46 BST 2004


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You have:

s_data               INFINITY
h_data               1.5G

However, in the shepherd code:

 /* hard limit must be greater or equal to soft limit */
 if (rlp->rlim_max < rlp->rlim_cur)
    rlp->rlim_cur = rlp->rlim_max;

Can you set the s_data to 1.5G instead of "INFINITY"??

Rayson



>Thanks. The cluster is running Red Hat Linux 8.0 with 
2.4.20-30.8.legacysmp kernel.  The output of the limit command is as
follows
>
>cputime         unlimited
>filesize        1048576 kbytes
>datasize        1048576 kbytes
>stacksize       unlimited
>coredumpsize    1048576 kbytes
>memoryuse       unlimited
>vmemoryuse      unlimited
>descriptors     1024
>memorylocked    unlimited
>maxproc         7168
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