[GE users] Strang SGE behavior

allantran tran.v.allan at gmail.com
Thu May 14 15:58:48 BST 2009

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Thanks for your response, Marco.
I'm using classic spooling. Is there way to remove the that old job object. Everything else seems working fine so I hesitate to reinstall the qmaster.
Any input would be appreciated.

On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 10:46 PM, dom <marco.donauer at sun.com<mailto:marco.donauer at sun.com>> wrote:

what kind of spooling do you use and what is you sge version?
It looks like any old job object is spooled, which is somehow broken and
the qmaster is not able to remove it.


allantran wrote:
> I notice that it's not rebooting but everytime sgemaster restarted,
> the old job stuck back into the queue and stay in "t"state. Anyone
> know how to remove it permanently so it wont come back? No matter how
> many time I qdel it, it goes away until the machine reboots or
> sgemaster restarted.
> Thanks
> On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 3:09 PM, Allan Tran <tran.v.allan at gmail.com<mailto:tran.v.allan at gmail.com>
> <mailto:tran.v.allan at gmail.com<mailto:tran.v.allan at gmail.com>>> wrote:
>     Hi group,
>     I installed a new sge on a new cluster and everything seems
>     working however, every time I reboot the master node (has qmaster
>     and sgeexecd running), there is an old job stuck back in the queue
>     in "t" state. This causes all jobs submitted after that stays in
>     "qw" state and not able to run.
>     Anyone know why the old jobs put back in the queue? I even deleted
>     this job twice before but it seems never gone away after reboot.
>     Thanks for the help


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