[GE users] How to delete mpi batch processes after qdel

Reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Wed Jun 28 17:38:58 BST 2006


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Hi,

Am 28.06.2006 um 18:16 schrieb Personal Técnico DACSO:

> Hello everybody!
>
> We have a problem in queue management with SGE. If we run "qdel  
> ID_JOB" when the job has entered in execution, SGE removes the job  
> from the queue instance, but the process remains running in the  
> nodes. After reading a lot of articles, we think the only solution  
> is modifying the "stopmpi.sh" script in order to obtaing de PIDs of  
> all the processes and kill them. Does anybody know a better way to  
> do this?
>
> In addition, we have another problem similar to this. In our system  
> we have 2 queues subordinated to a global queue. That is, when a  
> user submits a job to the global queue, the jobs in the other 2  
> queues become Suspended. The problem is that the suspended jobs  
> remain running in the nodes (that is, they are only Suspended in  
> the SGE Queue Management), so they use memory and cpu, and modify  
> the results of the other jobs. Any solution for this problem?

this sounds like you have a loose intergration only. Some Howtos for  
a Tight Integration you find here:

http://gridengine.sunsource.net/howto/howto.html#Tight%20Integration% 
20of%20Parallel%20Libraries

HTH - Reuti
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