[GE users] Some confusion around the state "qw"

Reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Wed Jan 26 10:59:00 GMT 2005


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For jobs finished in a proper way, "z" would be of course a good entry. Having 
the last known state there allows you to see, whether the job was killed during 
execution "dr" or killed before it ran at all "qw". - Reuti

Quoting Göran Uddeborg <uddeborg at carmen.se>:

> Reuti writes:
> > In Codine 5.2.2 before it changed its name to GridEngine "qstat -s z"
> showed 
> > the last known state of the job. But I don't know, why and when it got
> lost. - 
> "Last known state"?  That doesn't sound right either.  I would have
> thought there would be a state representing finished.  Like a state
> "z" for example.
> 
> Is there some design reason this can't be done?  Or is it just that
> nobody has done it?
> 
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