[GE users] Please Review: Non-Multiplied Consumable Requests for Parallel Jobs
andy.schwierskott at sun.com
Thu Sep 25 10:18:36 BST 2008
does it mean that there use cases where your cleanup queue would accept
mpich jobs (which are non-starcd jobs)? Otherwise I guess the cleanup queue
would not include mpich in the pe_list.
Your suggestion sounds quite reasonable. Setting 0 for a consumable on a
queue works today and ensures a proper scheduling of a parallel jobs. If it
weren't allowed with a HOST consumable we'd introduce a limitation.
On Thu, 25 Sep 2008, Olesen, Mark wrote:
> Hi Roland,
> I am really glad this RFE is being addressed. It does get a bit annoying
> defining "-l 0.166666" licenses!
> From the spec:
> > In case of "HOST" the requested amount of the resource is debited as
> > requested (without multiplication) in every allocated queue. Such
> > "host"-consumables can not be attached to queues because of potential
> > host overlap which would lead to scheduling conflicts.
> Attaching a zero "host" consumable to a queue should be allowed though.
> This would allow certain queues to be precluded in the selection
> Eg submitting a job without a queue specification:
> qsub -l starcd=1 -pe mpich 16 ...
> I might wish to define starcd=0 for my 'cleanup' queue, which might
> consist of 128 slots per (dual-cpu) host.
> Perhaps using "starcd=NONE" instead of "starcd=0" in the queue file
> specification would ease parsing?
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