[GE users] Knowing the historic number of jobs in a que

Rayson Ho rayrayson at gmail.com
Fri May 26 19:42:01 BST 2006

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May be you can take a look at ARCo??



On 5/26/06, Brett_W_Grant at raytheon.com <Brett_W_Grant at raytheon.com> wrote:
> Is there a way to know the number of jobs that are sitting in the que?  My
> IT dept says that we are only running at 50%.  I think, but cannot prove,
> that we have had jobs sitting in the que during this time.  From my point of
> view, the cluster is at 100% if jobs are waiting to run.  I can understand
> IT saying that it's computers weren't busy, but I would like to show that
> from our standpoint, we were waiting for the computer and not that the
> computers were sitting idle.
> I can use qacct to find info about jobs that ran, but not about jobs that
> were qued up.  Is their some other file, or method that will let my what was
> qued?  The only other thing that I can think of is to put some form of qstat
> command in a cron job, but I was hoping that there was a file somewhere
> there that would help me out.
> Thanks,
> Brett Grant

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