[GE users] Having only one "default queue"

Jinal Jhaveri jajhaveri at lbl.gov
Tue Mar 28 21:50:46 BST 2006


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you can add

-q all.q

in $SGE_ROOT/$SGE_CELL/common/sge_request


thanks
--Jinal

Matt Phelps wrote:

>Forgive the newbie question:
>
>I've just upgraded a ROCKS cluster so now it's using GE 6.0u6 (Linux
>CentOS 4.1 on AMD Opteron based Sun V20zs)
>
>
>By default it creates all.q which uses all compute nodes, that's fine.
>
>I cloned that queue, named it longq, and just modified the nice value to
>be 19. I want to make this queue only accessible to those who explicitly
>ask for it with the "-q longq" parameter. Right now, if all.q is full, and
>someone simply does a "qsub script.sh" without specifying a queue, it'll
>go into longq. I don't want that to happen; I want it to wait for a slot in
>all.q to open up.
>
>I've told the users to put "-q all.q" in their scripts or use it on the
>command line, but they don't always remember.
>
>Again, sorry for the simple question.
>
>  
>

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