[GE users] integrating gridengine with lmgrd

Magnus Söderberg magnus.soderberg at switchcore.com
Fri Jan 28 09:49:56 GMT 2005

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Haim Ashkenazi wrote:
> On Thu, 2005-01-27 at 10:47 -0500, Sean Dilda wrote:
>>Haim Ashkenazi wrote:
> [...]
>>Then I would suggest that double checking that the script you want to 
>>run is on your compute nodes.  As well as logging into the compute nodes 
>>and see if the script is running, and check the messages files for the 
>>sge_execds to see what they say about it.
> oops, the script indeed doesn't run on the executable machines
> (different perl path).
> thanx
Unless your licenses are node-locked, it's unnecessary (and probably bad) to run the 
loadsensor on all your hosts, you only need to run it on one host. I couldn't really 
figure out which execution host to make special (and I really prefer having them 
identical, it simplifies administration a lot) so I decided to run it on my master, since 
it isn't heavily loaded.
However loadsensors won't run without a queue, so I configured a queue on the master and 
disabled so it never runs any jobs, but the loadsensor runs anyway.

Magnus Söderberg, M.Sc.E.E.
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