[GE users] scheduler crashes on applying qrs for queued job?

Andreas.Haas at Sun.COM Andreas.Haas at Sun.COM
Mon Sep 17 17:47:19 BST 2007

On Mon, 17 Sep 2007, Reuti wrote:

> Am 17.09.2007 um 16:33 schrieb SLIM H.A.:
>> The following problem occurred with 6.1u2 on OpenSUSE 10:
>> I have a single resource quota set with a limit set for a single user
>> dcl0has:
>> {
>>   name         ham3
>>   description  "Restrict wall clock time"
>>   enabled      TRUE
>>   limit        users dcl0has hosts @pvmhosts to h_rt=600
>> }
>> When user dcl0has submits a job the scheduler crashes. The job remains
>> in the qw state and after the scheduler has been restarted it will try
>> to schedule it but crashes again.
>> Replacing the user by an acl, like
>>   limit        users testproject hosts @pvmhosts to h_rt=600
>> where qconf -su testproject gives
>> name    testproject
>> type    ACL
>> fshare  0
>> oticket 0
>> entries dcl0has, ... and more users
>> does work for user dcl0has although the wall clock time limit of 10
>> minutes is not enforced. I assume h_rt can be used in rq sets?
>> I haven't found anything relevant in the message files (yet).
>> Is this a known problem?
> Resource quotas are targeting consumable and fixed complexes for now. Making 
> h_rt consumable is not really an option, but it would be possible to define 
> two queues on @pvmhosts with different user_lists set. The time you set there 
> (in the queue definition) for h_rt in one of them will also be enforced. 
> Maybe you have to limit the total slot count also in the exechost definition, 
> as you habe now (at least) two queues per machine.

I see no indication Henk actually made h_rt a consumable, so the case 
should work.

> But anyway: crashing the scheduler is of course a bug, instead there should 
> be an error message. I suggest to file an issue for it.

Yes please, Henk, file one.


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