[GE users] Slots limitation ....

Anthony J. Ciani aciani1 at uic.edu
Fri Apr 1 21:31:54 BST 2005


On Fri, 1 Apr 2005, TRAN Chanh wrote:
> Hi Reuti,
>
> Here 're the infos :
>
> Case w/ 2_proc machine 'nvb0' :
>
> #####################################################
>
> processor  : 0
> vendor     : GenuineIntel
> arch       : IA-64
> family     : Itanium 2
> model      : 1
> revision   : 5
> archrev    : 0
> features   : branchlong
> cpu number : 0
> cpu regs   : 4
> cpu MHz    : 1495.930995
> itc MHz    : 1495.930995
> BogoMIPS   : 2239.75
>
> processor  : 1
> vendor     : GenuineIntel
> arch       : IA-64
> family     : Itanium 2
> model      : 1
> revision   : 5
> archrev    : 0
> features   : branchlong
> cpu number : 0
> cpu regs   : 4
> cpu MHz    : 1495.930995
> itc MHz    : 1495.930995
> BogoMIPS   : 2239.75
>
>
> ####################################################
>
> qconf -sq test.q
> ==> SGE version 5.3p6
> qname                test.q
> hostname             nvb0.dassault-avion.fr
> seq_no               0
> load_thresholds      np_load_avg=1.75
> suspend_thresholds   NONE
> nsuspend             1
> suspend_interval     00:05:00
> priority             0
> min_cpu_interval     00:05:00
> processors           UNDEFINED
> qtype                BATCH INTERACTIVE PARALLEL
> rerun                FALSE
> slots                10
> tmpdir               /tmp
> shell                /bin/csh
> shell_start_mode     NONE
> prolog               NONE
> epilog               NONE
> starter_method       NONE
> suspend_method       NONE
> resume_method        NONE
> terminate_method     NONE
> notify               00:00:60
> owner_list           NONE
> user_lists           NONE
> xuser_lists          NONE
> subordinate_list     NONE
> complex_list         NONE
> complex_values       NONE
> calendar             NONE
> initial_state        default
> s_rt                 INFINITY
> h_rt                 INFINITY
> s_cpu                INFINITY
> h_cpu                INFINITY
> s_fsize              INFINITY
> h_fsize              INFINITY
> s_data               INFINITY
> h_data               INFINITY
> s_stack              INFINITY
> h_stack              INFINITY
> s_core               INFINITY
> h_core               INFINITY
> s_rss                INFINITY
> h_rss                INFINITY
> s_vmem               INFINITY
> h_vmem               INFINITY
>
> #########################################################
>
> qconf -sp test
> ==> SGE version 5.3p6
> pe_name           test
> queue_list        test.q
> slots             10
> user_lists        NONE
> xuser_lists       NONE
> start_proc_args   /bin/true
> stop_proc_args    /bin/true
> allocation_rule   $pe_slots
> control_slaves    FALSE
> job_is_first_task FALSE
>
> #########################################################
>
> #!/bin/ksh
>
>
> #$ -S /bin/ksh
> #$ -o /tmp/test.out
> #$ -j y
>
> #$ -pe test 8
>
> sleep 60
>
> #########################################
>
> works only w/ nb_slots < 8 !!!
>
> #######################################
>
> I don't know what you mean by "evaluation installation for parallel 
> programs",
> matter-of-factly my SGE has been set up for quite a while already & has got 
> no pb running // jobs.
> The new thing is up to now I always have 'nb_slots = nb_procs' .....
>
> CU,
> Chanh
>
> Reuti wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>> 
>> do you request any resources by default or explicitly for your jobs 
>> (memory, licenses,...)? Please post your queue/PE definition and how you 
>> submit (is it an evaluation installation for parallel programs?).
>> 
>> CU - Reuti
>> 
>> Quoting TRAN Chanh <chanh.tran at dassault-aviation.fr>:
>> 
>> 
>>> Hi all,
>>> 
>>> I'm using 5.3p6 & my pb is :
>>> 
>>> - I 've  :
>>>    a machine w/ one single processor,
>>>    a queue named 'single.q' w/ 8 slots,
>>>    a PE named 'pe_8'
>>> 
>>> With all the 8 slots available, I can submit jobs requesting up to 4 slots 
>>> but not > 4
>>> w/ msg "cannot run because resources requested are not available for 
>>> parallel job"
>>> 
>>> The same thing w/ a 2_processor machine & the limit this time is 7 instead 
>>> of 4.
>>> 
>>> Is there a limitation on the number of slots  in regard to the  number of 
>>> processors ???
>>> 
>>> Thanks in advance for any explanations,
>>> Chanh
>>> 
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               Anthony Ciani (aciani1 at uic.edu)
            Computational Condensed Matter Physics
    Department of Physics, University of Illinois, Chicago
               http://ciani.phy.uic.edu/~tony
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