[GE users] jobs in "waiting state" forever ...

TRAN Chanh chanh.tran at dassault-aviation.fr
Wed Apr 27 17:16:19 BST 2005


Yes, it works !!!!

Thanks a lot, Reuti

Cheers,
Chanh


Reuti wrote:

> Hi,
>
> you can set the validation level in qsub:
>
> -w e
>
> and should get an error message in both cases. If you prefer this 
> behavior, you could put it in a default request.
>
> Cheers - Reuti
>
>
> TRAN Chanh wrote:
>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I'm using SGE 6.03 & I've jobs in "waiting state" forever
>>
>>
>> Case 1 :
>>
>> I've a complex attribut "my_attribut" whose "requestable" state is 
>> set to "forced".
>> If I submit a job w/o #$ -l my_attribut=xxx, this one stays in 
>> "waiting state" forever.
>> Is there a way to have SGE reject the job w/ an error message ???
>>
>> Case 2 :
>>
>> I've a complex attribut "my_RAM" and a queue "my_queue.q".
>> "my_RAM" max capacity is set to 10 Gigabyte inside "my_queue.q" via 
>> "qconf -mq my_queue.q".
>> If I submit a job w/ #$ -l my_RAM=20G,q=my_queue.q, this one stays in 
>> "waiting state" forever.
>> Is there a way to have SGE reject the job w/ an error message ???
>>
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Chanh
>>
>>
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