[GE users] Qsub use

rpolich rpolich at sfbrgenetics.org
Mon Aug 17 22:22:44 BST 2009


Daniel,

But when you set up a complex to submit a job, doesn't one need a " -l < 
complex value >" attached to the qsub command? I would like users who 
issue qsub without -l to stay off the bigmem queue.

Thanks,
Richard
templedf wrote:
> What you're looking for is a "forced" complex.  You can find info in the 
> docs or the complex(5) man page.
>
> Daniel
>
> rpolich wrote:
>   
>> Hi,
>>
>> I am trying to exclude machines with large amounts of memory ( 64G ) 
>> from our normal machines ( 8G ). I have setup a queue called bigmem 
>> separate from the default all.q. If a user submits a job using "qsub 
>> simple.sh" for example, I do not want the high memory machines to be 
>> touched. I would like the user to specify the bigmem queue with 
>> something like "qsub -q bigmem simple.h" instead. Is this possible? We 
>> are running 6.0u8. Sorry if this question has been addressed, could not 
>> find it in the archives.
>>
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Richard Polich
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