[GE users] remove exec host from scheduling

olesen Mark.Olesen at emconTechnologies.com
Fri Jun 5 11:13:33 BST 2009


> The command "qmod -d all.q@<hostname>" will put the queue in
> 'disabled' state which will do exactly what you want -- running jobs
> will not be touched and new work will not land on that node.

Hi Mark,

You can be even lazier and use a wildcard to specify all queues on this
host:

   qmod -d *@<hostname>

or even using globbing patterns. For example,

   qmod -d *@host0[1-9]



/mark

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