[GE users] Default queues

Ravi Chandra Nallan Ravichandra.Nallan at Sun.COM
Wed Jun 6 13:15:35 BST 2007


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Colin Thomas wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> I have just edited the $SGE_ROOT/$SGE_CELL/common/sge_request to specify
> a default queue (actually one that does not exist)
>
>
> .
> .
> .
> #
> # Sample #3 assigns a low default submit priority. For higher 
> # prior jobs the priority can be increased at jobs submission 
> # time by uing "-p <higher_priority>". The value of 
> # <higher_priority> may not exeed 0 because priorities above
> # this value can only be set by managers. 
> #
> # Please notice that in GRD submission priorities have a 
> # different meaning.
> #
> # -p -100
> #
> -q dummy
>
>
> But when I use qsub, with a valid queue, it is not overriding it...
>
> $ qsub -q all.q /home/sgetest/sge60/examples/jobs/simple.sh
> Unable to run job: Job was rejected because job requests unknown queue
> "dummy".
> Exiting.
>
> i.e. it tried to put to the "dummy" queue (which does not exist) rather
> than all.q which does..
>
> Have I missed something ?
>   
Not sure, try requesting the queue with -l q='<qname>' ( also put the 
same in sge_request).
> Best regards
>
> /colin
>   
Ravi
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ravichandra.Nallan at Sun.COM [mailto:Ravichandra.Nallan at Sun.COM] 
> Sent: 06 June 2007 12:19
> To: users at gridengine.sunsource.net
> Subject: Re: [GE users] Default queues
>
> Colin Thomas wrote:
>   
>> Hello,
>>
>> We have a number of queues set up, for what we define as batch (where 
>> a whole cpu is designated to a job) and interactive (where multiple 
>> jobs "share a cpu").
>>
>> For the most part we use qsub -q <queue name>, and all is well... but
>>     
> we 
>   
>> have a few users who "forget" to use the -q option to qsub, and so 
>> their jobs are put on the wrong queues.
>>
>> Is there a method to either:
>>
>>    1. To force the specification of a queue
>>
>>     
> use a complex and set requestable to 'forced'. (man complex), assign a 
> complex value to every queue.
> (instead you can use the built-in complex qname, just set the 
> requestable to forced. Then you need not assign it to every queue and it
>
> can be requested using -l )
>   
>> 2. To have a default queue, that unspecified jobs get put to
>>     
> Set the default requested queue in the 
> $SGE_ROOT/$SGE_CELL/common/sge_request
>   
>> I look forward to your combined wisdom.
>>
>> Many thanks
>>
>> Colin Thomas
>>
>>     
> - Ravi
>
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