[GE users] knowing when a job is not scheduled because of quotas

Reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Wed May 9 10:03:14 BST 2007


Hi,

Am 09.05.2007 um 10:21 schrieb Ionel GARDAIS:

> Hi,
>
> I've installed SGE 6.1 and I'm playing around with quotas.
> Here is my setup :
> - Quota is set like that :
> $ qconf -srqs betatest
> {
>    name         betatest
>    description  Beta test quota for hpl
>    enabled      TRUE
>    limit        projects {betatest} to slots=8
> }

can you try to limit the slots also to 16 instead of 8?

If there is just one entry, there shouldn't be any difference between  
betatest and {betatest}

-- Reuti

> - Job is launched like this :
> $ head HPC/hpl.job
> #!/bin/bash
> #$ -S /bin/bash
> #
> #$ -pe intelmpi 16
> #$ -q grid.q
> #$ -P betatest
>
>
> When I qsub the hpl job, it stays in 'qw' state and 'qstat -f -j
> <jobid>' does not say explicitly why it is not scheduled.
> If I modify the 'betatest' quota on-the-fly, job runs a few seconds
> after (proving to me that it is was related to quotas)
>
> As 'qquota' only shows in-use quotas, how could I get informations  
> about
> quota-related non-scheduled jobs ?
>
> Thanks,
> Ionel
>
> -- 
> Ionel GARDAIS
> System-Network Engineer
>
>
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