[GE users] qstat

Reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Fri May 18 16:15:11 BST 2007


Am 18.05.2007 um 16:48 schrieb Daniel Templeton:

> Yeah.  Sorry about that.  I was just wondering what goober gave you  
> that advice.  Then I thought to check my blog. :)  The sge_requests  
> file is for job submission parameters.  It has nothing to do with  
> qstat.  There is no global options file for qstat.  If you want  
> one, then you should create a wrapper script.

Ups, this I overlooked in my last reply. Besides the " problem, the  
to be used file should be sge_qstat instead.

-- Reuti


> Daniel
>
> Jeremy Stout wrote:
>> I added '-u "*"' to my global sge_request file
>> (default/common/sge_request) so it would be the default behavior for
>> all users. Unfortunately, it is not having the desired effect. I  
>> still
>> have to use 'qstat -u "*"' to see all the jobs that are currently
>> running. I tried restarting the scheduler and qmaster, but that did
>> not seem to help.
>>
>> On 5/16/07, Alexander Thomas <alex at gaponline.de> wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I upgraded SGE 6.0u10 -> 6.1 and recognized a new behaviour of  
>>> qstat,
>>> but that workaround with qstat -u "*" doesn't works but qstat -u
>>> username. Does -u "*" requires any spezial options? I upgraded  
>>> SGE that way:
>>> I deleted everything but the cluster directory, dumped the spooling
>>> database with db_dump, unpack the new files, started the spooling  
>>> db and
>>> load the database back with db_load.
>>>
>>> Thanks for your helpfullness.
>>>
>>> Yours sincerly Alexander Thomas
>>>
>>>
>>> Daniel Templeton schrieb:
>>> > That is a new default setting for qstat.  You can read all  
>>> about it and
>>> > how to restore the previous behavior here:
>>> >
>>> > http://blogs.sun.com/templedf/entry/behavior_change_in_6_1
>>> >
>>> > Daniel
>>> >
>>> > Gerd Marquardt wrote:
>>> >> Hello,
>>> >> i updated from 6.0u7 to 6.1.
>>> >> But now the commands like qstat only shows the jobs of the  
>>> current user.
>>> >> What is changed ?
>>> >> Who can i configure to see the staus of all user jobs?
>>> >>
>>> >
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