[GE users] Default stack size

Thiep Duong tduong at necelam.com
Tue Mar 8 00:07:20 GMT 2005

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Hi Ron,

I did similar thng in the past, setting
h_stack size from INFINITY to somethign else.
problem is that once you do that, user cannot change
the default stacksize to something else.  When they
do that with command "limit stacksize 8194" they will
get an error.  Ex:

qconf -mq optlinux1.q
h_stack              1024

optlinux1{duong}75: limit
cputime         unlimited
filesize        unlimited
datasize        unlimited
stacksize       1024 kbytes
coredumpsize    0 kbytes
memoryuse       unlimited
vmemoryuse      unlimited
descriptors     1024
memorylocked    4 kbytes
maxproc         131072
optlinux1{duong}76: limit stacksize 8194
limit: stacksize: Can't set limit

You got to leave it INFINITY and have user to add the
limit stacksize 1024 or whatever set in the script
or individual environment.



Ron Chen wrote:
> --- Brian R Smith <brian at cypher.acomp.usf.edu> wrote: 
>>I noticed that under SGE, the default stack size
>>is set to unlimited and 
>>that this has been causing a number of problems with
>>some of my 
>>applications.  I can manually add the line
> What OS is it?
> In terms of setting the default stack size, you can
> set it in the queue config. For the default queue
> "all.q":
> % qconf -mq all.q
> look for s_stack and h_stack
>  -Ron
>>ulimit -s 10240
>>to my submit scripts, but I'd like to make life
>>easier for my users and 
>>have this set by default.  Can anyone tell me what I
>>have to do to 
>>accomplish this and tell me if it is normal for the
>>stack size under SGE 
>>to be set to 'unlimited'?
>>Brian Smith

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