[GE users] Please Review: Non-Multiplied Consumable Requests for Parallel Jobs

Olesen, Mark Mark.Olesen at emcontechnologies.com
Thu Sep 25 10:35:15 BST 2008

Hi Andy,

> 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.

You spotted correctly. We don't actually have this configuration at all,
but it was the first partially plausible example I could think of.

> 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.


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