[GE users] How to use SGE commands inside a script?

Reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Mon Jan 30 19:45:50 GMT 2006


I suggest to use a load_thresholds in the queue definition. Instead  
of the CPU "load", it can by any load value. This will put a queue  
instance on the actual machine in alarm-state, which will disable the  
queue on this machine.

The defined relation ("<=" or ">=") in the complex setup will also be  
used in this case.

load_thresholds virtual_free=100M

will put the queue instance in alarm state if less than 100M is left,  
until more is available again.

HTH - Reuti

Am 30.01.2006 um 20:27 schrieb Goncalo Borges:

> Hello everybody,
> I have seen that you can give options to the "qsub" command inside  
> a bash
> script (Ex: #$ -s /bin/sh").
> I'm trying to implement a load sensor which disables a queue  
> instance when
> the jobs in that queue are consuming a lot of virtual memory. Is it
> possible to perform a "qmod -d <queue>" inside the load sensor bash
> script? Does it needed some kind of special syntax, as in the qsub
> command?
> Thanks in advance
> Goncalo

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