[GE users] Rescheduling emails

Kyle Halberstam kyle.halberstam at gmail.com
Thu Sep 13 15:16:27 BST 2007


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Hi Chris,

As far as you know, is this prolog/epilog scheduling possible with just the
built-in grid options, i.e. sort of pre-emptive scheduling (re-schedule jobs
based on running job constraints)? Or external scripts need to be written to
handle this. Thanks

Kyle


On 9/13/07, Chris MacPhee <chris.macphee at queensu.ca> wrote:
>
> Hi folks,
>
> We have recently implimented a set of prolog and epilog scripts for one
> of our software queues; if the software cannot run due to
> memory/licensing/etc issues, the job is sent back to the queue (pe_start
> exit code 99).
>
> Unfortunately, it appears that SGE considers the prolog/epilog a full
> start/stop of the job and issues mail when the "-m be" flag is used.
>
> Is anyone aware of an option to SGE that will mail only on execution of
> the job itself, not the prolog/epilog?
>
> Thanks,
> - Chris
>
> ************
>
> Job 1234 (bleh.csh) Rescheduled
> Exit Status      = -1
> Signal           = unknown signal
> User             = itsme
> Queue            = production.q at mooland
> Host             = mooland
> Start Time       = <unknown>
> End Time         = <unknown>
> CPU              = NA
> Max vmem         = NA
> failed rescheduling because:
> 09/10/2007 15:20:25 [60055:6044]: exit_status of pe_start = 99
>
> --
> F. Chris MacPhee
> Systems Engineer
> High Performance Computing Virtual Laboratory (HPCVL)
> Office #: (613)533-6000 x78375
> Cell #: (613)539-8155
> Fax #: (613)533-2015
> E-mail: macpheec at post.queensu.ca
>
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