[GE users] Coredump and sge ?

Andy Schwierskott andy.schwierskott at sun.com
Tue Jun 5 09:23:38 BST 2007


Hi,

short answer:

% qconf -sq|grep core
s_core                INFINITY
h_core                INFINITY

you can set both values (in all queues) to 0 or to allow you users in their
job scripts to increase it set it to:

s_core                0
h_core                INFINITY

Andy

> Hello,
>
> I have a "small" problem about SGE.
>
> I use Debian Sarge and Etch and it seems that the limits set in 
> /etc/security/limits.conf are some time by passed.
>
> I have :
> *               soft    core            0
> *               hard    core            0
>
> So normaly when a program coredump it should not create a core....
>
> But when excuting it on sge when a program coredump it does core and since we 
> have some users that using a lot of memory so... core are big....
>
> Is the any hidden options ? (or is there any bugs on debian maybe ?)
>
> /Xavier
>
> --
> Xavier Beaudouin - http://oav.net/
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