[GE users] keep nodes out of all.q

Daniel Templeton Dan.Templeton at Sun.COM
Thu Dec 6 04:33:58 GMT 2007


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Brad,

Try changing the host list for all.q to something other than @allhosts.  
The hosts aren't actually being added to all.q; they're being added to 
@allhosts, and all.q uses @allhosts as its host list by default.

Daniel

Brad Sickler wrote:
> Ola,
>
> I think the answer to this shouldn't bet too complicated and I'm sorry 
> if it's already been asked but I couldn't find it.
>
> How do you keep compute nodes out of all.q when they re-kickstart? 
> That is, I have a multiple nodes I'm setting up on the cluster that 
> are in sge but I want to keep them out of all.q and keep them in a 
> custom queue. I set this up and everything works fine until they 
> reinstall. How can I stop them from getting reinserted whenever the 
> power goes out?
> I'd appreciate any advice.
>
> Brad S.
>
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