[GE users] Schedd messages file filling up

Andreas Haas Andreas.Haas at Sun.COM
Mon Nov 21 11:29:53 GMT 2005


Hi Les,

we added the logging to give admins a hint in case there is a
danger Grid Engine scheduler resource reservation is undermined
by jobs that run longer than expeced. In principle this shouldn't
ever occur except if jobs were submitted without -l h_rt/s_rt limit
and a too small sched_conf(5) "default_duration" is being used to
give some order of magnitude for the duration of such jobs.

We must deliberate what other possibilities might exist to provide
admins with such a hint required for tuning sched_conf(5)
"default_duration" parameter. In the meantime I guess we can only
disable that logging for 6.0u7.

You should be able to overcome the logging by specifying a values
such as "14::" with "default_duration".

Regards,
Andreas


On Mon, 21 Nov 2005, Dr R L Oswald wrote:

> We are running SGE6.0u6 under RHEL3. I find that the schedd messages
> file keeps filling up with unwanted messages thus:
>
> 11/21/2005 10:38:43|schedd|grid-fe-a|W|job 21603.1 should have finished
> since 45122s
> 11/21/2005 10:38:43|schedd|grid-fe-a|W|job 22151.1 should have finished
> since 4984s
> 11/21/2005 10:38:43|schedd|grid-fe-a|W|job 22156.1 should have finished
> since 4377s
> 11/21/2005 10:38:43|schedd|grid-fe-a|W|job 22157.1 should have finished
> since 4319s
> 11/21/2005 10:38:43|schedd|grid-fe-a|W|job 22159.1 should have finished
> since 3544s
> and so on...
>
> schedd_job_info is set to true as we like our users to have access to
> qstat -j, log level is set to log_err.
>
> Is there is way to disable this behaviour please ? Currently my
> workaround is to use "fileprune" to truncate the file otherwise it grows
> to several GB in size after a while.
>
> Les Oswald
>

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