[GE users] host overload

igardais igardais at yahoo.fr
Mon Aug 24 06:54:28 BST 2009

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Hi Reuti,

Thanks for your answer.
I guess it is neither possible to add the complex to hostgroups nor to make this a "default behavior" ?


De : reuti <reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de>
? : users at gridengine.sunsource.net
Envoyé le : Dimanche, 23 Août 2009, 23h47mn 10s
Objet : Re: [GE users] host overload

Am 21.08.2009 um 14:21 schrieb igardais:

> Hi folks,
> This a quite easy question but I've never dare to ask it. Yet.
> Say I have one host my_host, with 2 cpus.
> short.q is a queue referring this host.
> long.q is another queue which refer it too.
> At this point, the two queue instances short.q at my_host and
> long.q at my_host can virtually overload my_host (showing 2 cpus to
> each queue).
> How could I avoid overloading in this configuration ?


you will have to set either "slots=2" in the complex_values setting
for each host (qconf -me <exechost>) or an RQS to limit the slots in
total per host, as this is generic it will work for all hosts with
one setting: limit hosts {*} to slots=2

-- Reuti

> By now, I assigned a hostgroup to each queue, doing my best to keep
> groups well-organized so they do not overlap but I can't take
> advantage of the short/long strategy.
> Thanks for your help,
> Ionel
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