[GE users] getting consumable resource limit from command line

Reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Sun Oct 1 23:25:40 BST 2006


Hi,

Am 01.10.2006 um 23:27 schrieb Chris Briggs:

> Hi, I'm a newbie to SGE. I've tried searching the docs and list  
> archives
> but haven't found the answer to this. If I missed something, please  
> just
> point me to it. We're using 6.0-u8.
>
> We've created a consumable resource to control the number of jobs I  
> can
> have running during regression testing. How can I find out the current
> value that it's set to from the command line? Note, I'm not looking  
> for
> the number of this resource that's still available, but what the limit
> is.
>
> Looking through the man pages, I thought that some form of "qconf
> -sobjl" would work, but the only thing I can get out of that is the  
> list
> of hosts if I do "qconf -sobjl exechost complex_values \*". Am I on  
> the
> right track?

the -sobjl will show you a list, where the requested entry is set to  
a certain value. What you may look for is: qconf -se global

-- Reuti

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