[GE users] Array jobs have priority?

Chansup Byun Chansup.Byun at Sun.COM
Fri Mar 30 14:09:55 BST 2007


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Terri Kamm wrote:
> I have a scheduling issue that I don't understand.
>
> I have project-based share tree scheduling based on 100%CPU and an 8
> hour halflife. I have two users who are on the same project. One user
> submitted a large array job yesterday with 33000 jobs. So far 20000
> have run, so he has has used a lot of the resources. I have a second
> user on the same project who has submitted a few jobs today. These
> jobs are not ever sorted with a higher priority than the first user's
> array job, so the second user's jobs are not begin run. In fact, user
> one's array jobs are being assigned 10-20 at a time while user two
> continues to wait.
>
> I understand how the share tree scheduling works across projects. I
> thought that within the project the users would be handled
> "round-robin" or some sort of fair share as well. What am I not
> understanding?
>

I think this is a recently discovered bug introduced in a later release, 
6.0u6 or later.
What version are you running?

Regards,

- Chansup

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> Terri Kamm
> tkamm at acm.org
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