[GE users] Custom load sensor - correct way to time limit a host?

Reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Fri Sep 28 22:16:15 BST 2007


Am 28.09.2007 um 21:56 schrieb skip at pobox.com:

>>> So, one queue, many hosts, some available all the time, others only
>>> during well-defined time windows.
>
>     Jesse> Actually, isn't this exactly what the "calendar"  
> functionality is
>     Jesse> for?  There's a widget in qmon for calendars, and the  
> manpage is
>     Jesse> calendar_conf.
>
> Looking at that man page it says:
>
>      The definition of calendars is used to specify "on duty" and  
> "off duty"
>      time periods for Sun Grid Engine queues on a time of day, day  
> of week
>      or day of year basis.
>
> Close, but not quite close enough.  I only want one queue that  
> manages a set
> hosts with different time availabilities.

It's on a queue-instance level:

calendar              NONE,[node01=cal1],[node5=cal2]

you could even use hostgroups.

-- Reuti


>   It seems that the calendar is
> applied at the queue level.  As I indicated, I just want my users  
> to submit
> jobs to a single queue, then have SGE figure out where and when to  
> run it.
>
> Skip
>
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