[GE users] Cannot create Internal Share Tree nodes

Reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Tue Sep 11 10:52:17 BST 2007


Hi,

which version of SGE on which platform are you using?

-- Reuti

Am 11.09.2007 um 01:02 schrieb John Kenyon:

> Hey all,
>
> I have been trying to setup SGE for a University wide cluster, where I
> would like to have a share tree that is several layers deep.   
> Something
> like:
> Root-> department -> research group -> user
>
> Some of the docuements I have read(**) imply that this is possible,  
> that
> I can create "internal" nodes, as in this screen from an SGE
> presentation:
> http://albatross.dnsdojo.net/apache2-default/images/sharetree.png
>
> However, whenever I attempt to use either "qconf -mstree" or qmon's
> policy manager, it says that I cannot do this.  Under the root node, I
> can only create project nodes or user nodes.  Under project nodes I  
> can
> only create user nodes.  I cannot create one of the "internal"  
> nodes as
> in the picture above, and as such my "tree" is very flat.
>
> When I try this I get one of the following errors.  If I try to  
> create a
> node whose name is neither a project or a user, I get this error.
> denied: share tree contains reference to unknown user/project "foo"
> (Note, I have tried making a "department", so the name should be
> recognized by SGE as a kind of user list).
>
> If I try to create a project under another project, I get this
> "message", and my changes are ignored:
> found project "B_prj" in project "A_prj" sub-tree of share tree
>
> The origin of this error seems to be
> gridengine/source/daemons/qmaster/sge_sharetree_qmaster.c line 381 or
> possibly line 343
> (I was planning on hacking this myself, but I am still working on
> getting it to compile correctly and I haven't gotten my bosses'  
> "ok" to
> work on this project *fingers crossed*)
>
> I was wondering if this behavior was intentional, that all nodes  
> have to
> be either root, a project or a user? Or am I doing something wrong,
> missing that one button or setting that will mark a node as "just an
> internal node"?  Either way, how can I make my share tree handle
> multiple levels of internal nodes before I specify a user?
>
> Thanks,
> John Kenyon
>
> ** Such as "Sun Grid Engine, Enterprise Edition - Software  
> Configuration
> Guidelines and Use Cases" page 14
> and the "SUN GRID ENGINE ADVANCED ADMINISTRATION" by Daniel Templeton
> page 145
> https://www.middleware.georgetown.edu/confluence/download/ 
> attachments/1118/SGE_Georgetown_Class.pdf?version=1
>
>
>
> -- 
> John Kenyon
> UNR Research Grid Systems Administrator
> JKenyon at unr.edu
> x25041
>
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