[GE users] enhanced queue configuration specifier syntax

Daniel Templeton Dan.Templeton at Sun.COM
Mon Jun 18 15:22:01 BST 2007


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Paul,

The host/hostgroup-specific override settings override the cluster queue 
settings.  If you want every hostgroup to also use np_load_avg, you'll 
have to add it to every hostgroup's override setting.

Daniel

Paul MacInnis wrote:
> I'm having trouble with the "enhanced queue configuration specifier
> syntax" described in the man page queue_conf.
>
> The problem comes when I try to set multiple criteria for
> "load_thresholds" using qconf on a cluster queue:
>
> np_load_avg=1.5,mem_used=500M,[@2g48h.hg=mem_used=1.5G], \ 
> [@2g96h.hg=mem_used=1.5G],[@4g48h.hg=mem_used=3.5G], \
> [@4g96h.hg=mem_used=3.5G]
>
> Here's what I want:
> For all nodes, np_load_avg=1.5
> For 1G nodes, mem_used=500M,
> For 2G nodes, mem_used=1.5G,
> For 4G nodes, mem_used=3.5G
>
> qconf accepts the above syntax.
>
> If I then ask to see the configuration for a particular host
> group or a particular host, for load_thresholds it shows only
> the mem_used parameter (with the correct value for the host group
> or node) and the np_load_avg parameter is missing completely. 
>
> If I ask to see the configuration for the cluster queue, both
> parameters appear exactly as I set them.
>
> Have I misunderstood something here?
>
> Paul
>
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