[GE users] possible qstat problem with 6.0u7?

Sebastian Stark stark at tuebingen.mpg.de
Thu Dec 15 10:25:04 GMT 2005


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On Thursday 15 December 2005 10:37, Stephan Grell - Sun Germany - SSG - 
Software Engineer wrote:
> Sebastian Stark wrote:
> >I use this command in one of my scripts:
> >
> >  qstat -F ml,sigtb,stattb,opttb,imagetb,compiler,simulink,cplex1,cplex2
> > -q all.q at node101
> >
> >It stopped working right after I upgraded from 6.0u4 to 6.0u7. There's no
> > output at all when I use qstat with the "-q" parameter. Can anybody
> > confirm that?
>
> Hm, I just tested that and I get the requested output on a solaris machine.
>
> Can you give us some more hints on what is going wrong on your side?

If I run the above command without "-q ..." I get lots of these:

[...]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
idle.q at node9                   BP    0/1       -NA-     -NA-          au
        gc:simulink=1
        gc:stattb=2
        gc:sigtb=1
        gc:matlab=56
        gc:opttb=11
        gc:imagetb=0
        gc:compiler=1
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
parallel.q at node141             BIP   6/8       6.01     lx24-amd64
        gc:simulink=1
        gc:stattb=2
        gc:sigtb=1
        gc:matlab=56
        gc:opttb=11
        gc:imagetb=0
        gc:compiler=1
 916123 0.12673 je42245    je           r     12/15/2005 08:58:59     1
 916124 0.12673 je85597    je           r     12/15/2005 08:59:00     1
 916126 0.12673 je81593    je           r     12/15/2005 08:59:00     1
 916143 0.12673 je37588    je           r     12/15/2005 08:59:40     1
 916145 0.12673 je41985    je           r     12/15/2005 08:59:44     1
 916146 0.12673 je75366    je           r     12/15/2005 08:59:45     1
[...]

If I append a queue instance selection to the command, like "-q idle.q at node9" 
I get zero output.

However, if I append a cluster queue selection, like "-q idle.q" it works like 
expected:

[...]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
idle.q at node8                   BP    0/1       -NA-     lx24-x86      au
        gc:simulink=1
        gc:stattb=2
        gc:sigtb=1
        gc:matlab=56
        gc:opttb=11
        gc:imagetb=0
        gc:compiler=1
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
idle.q at node9                   BP    0/1       -NA-     -NA-          au
        gc:simulink=1
        gc:stattb=2
        gc:sigtb=1
        gc:matlab=56
        gc:opttb=11
        gc:imagetb=0
        gc:compiler=1
[...]


-- 
Sebastian Stark -- http://www.kyb.tuebingen.mpg.de/~stark
Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics

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