[GE users] queues duplicated in output from q commands
Mark.Olesen at emcontechnologies.com
Thu Sep 27 12:15:25 BST 2007
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> Some two weeks ago the scheduler crashed. After restarting some queues
> appear duplicate, for example the queue seq.q is attached twice to a
Perhaps there was some strange insertion/delete that preceded the problem. I
had a somewhat similar problem with a rogue queue instance.
I had changed the hosts within the various host groups and managed to
confuse the Grid Engine.
The @cfd hgrp previously contained all of the @express hgrp.
After changing about both hgrps, there was a queue instance for a host
listed in @express, but not listed in @cfd.
Stopping the qmaster, manually deleting the incorrect config and restarting
work until the next edit change on queue definition.
Explicitly adding in the incorrect host to the 'hostlist' and then deleting
it had the desired effect.
Perhaps you can try something along those lines.
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