[GE globus] SGE 6.x - Submission Host only

Fred L Youhanaie fly at anydata.co.uk
Sun Mar 12 18:06:24 GMT 2006


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Hi Viktor,

Your simplest option is to NFS mount the $SGE_ROOT directory, even 
read-only mount should be OK. You do not need to run any installation 
scripts for a pure submit host.

See http://gridengine.sunsource.net/howto/nfsreduce.html for 
alternatives to NFS.

HTH

Cheers
f.

Viktor Achter wrote:
> Hi,
>  
> I was wondering if someone could help me out in some configuration
> issue concerning the SGE. I read lots of manuals, but somehow I seem
> to miss the point.
>  
> We have a cluster running SGE (V 6.x) with a dedicated master host and
> dozens of execution hosts. 
> Also we want to use globus 4.x to place jobs into a local SGE
> installation. 
> Due to stability, we want to have Globus 4.0 running on a seperate host.
>  
> The way I understand it, it is possible to install SGE on this
> separate computer to only be a submission host, that takes the batch
> jobs from Globus and places them into some queue of the master host. 
>  
> Somehow I don't see, how I can install SGE to only be a submission
> host. Also, I haven't found out, how I can connect this SGE
> installation to the master hosts SGE installation, so that jobs, that
> are submitted on the submission host get inserted in the queue of the
> master host.
>  
> Can someone help me out here?
>  
> Thanks in advanced!
>  
> Viktor
> 

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