[GE users] How to delete a queue that does/does not(?) exist

jcd jcducom at gmail.com
Fri May 15 17:30:38 BST 2009


Dan-
Thanks for the quick reply.
However I can foresee users telling me about that queue (and other 
queues as a matter of fact) as it shows up in the output like qstat -f
Any simple way to force the deletion?
Thanks again
JC


templedf wrote:
> Then the queue is effectively deleted.  There's a longer discussion we 
> could have about how queues are actually represented by the master, but 
> suffice it to say that as long as the host in not in the hostlist and 
> there is no mention of it in another attribute, then the queue doesn't 
> exist.
> 
> Daniel
> 
> jcd wrote:
>> No mention of it:
>> $ qconf -sq all.q
>> qname                 all.q
>> hostlist              @allhosts
>> seq_no                0
>> load_thresholds       np_load_avg=1.75
>> suspend_thresholds    NONE
>> nsuspend              1
>> suspend_interval      00:05:00
>> priority              0
>> min_cpu_interval      00:05:00
>> processors            UNDEFINED
>> qtype                 BATCH
>> ckpt_list             NONE
>> pe_list               mpich1 smp
>> rerun                 FALSE
>> slots                 4
>> tmpdir                /tmp
>> shell                 /bin/csh
>> prolog                NONE
>> epilog                NONE
>> shell_start_mode      unix_behavior
>> starter_method        NONE
>> suspend_method        NONE
>> resume_method         NONE
>> terminate_method      NONE
>> notify                00:00:60
>> owner_list            NONE
>> user_lists            NONE
>> xuser_lists           NONE
>> subordinate_list      NONE
>> complex_values        NONE
>> projects              NONE
>> xprojects             NONE
>> calendar              NONE
>> initial_state         default
>> s_rt                  INFINITY
>> h_rt                  INFINITY
>> s_cpu                 INFINITY
>> h_cpu                 INFINITY
>> s_fsize               INFINITY
>> h_fsize               INFINITY
>> s_data                INFINITY
>> h_data                INFINITY
>> s_stack               INFINITY
>> h_stack               INFINITY
>> s_core                INFINITY
>> h_core                INFINITY
>> s_rss                 INFINITY
>> h_rss                 INFINITY
>> s_vmem                INFINITY
>> h_vmem                INFINITY
>>
>>
>> I deleted that hosts earlier from @allhosts
>> JC
>>
>>
>>
>> templedf wrote:
>>   
>>> You just want to delete it just on corke010?  The easiest thing to do is 
>>> qconf -mq all.q and delete anything that says [corke010=...].
>>>
>>> Daniel
>>>
>>> jcd wrote:
>>>     
>>>> I'd like to delete the following queue
>>>>
>>>> # qconf -sq all.q at corke010
>>>> qname                 all.q
>>>> hostname              corke010
>>>> seq_no                0
>>>> load_thresholds       np_load_avg=1.75
>>>> suspend_thresholds    NONE
>>>> nsuspend              1
>>>> suspend_interval      00:05:00
>>>> priority              0
>>>> min_cpu_interval      00:05:00
>>>> processors            UNDEFINED
>>>> qtype                 BATCH
>>>> ckpt_list             NONE
>>>> pe_list               mpich1 smp
>>>> rerun                 FALSE
>>>> slots                 4
>>>> tmpdir                /tmp
>>>> shell                 /bin/csh
>>>> prolog                NONE
>>>> epilog                NONE
>>>> shell_start_mode      unix_behavior
>>>> starter_method        NONE
>>>> suspend_method        NONE
>>>> resume_method         NONE
>>>> terminate_method      NONE
>>>> notify                00:00:60
>>>> owner_list            NONE
>>>> user_lists            NONE
>>>> xuser_lists           NONE
>>>> subordinate_list      NONE
>>>> complex_values        NONE
>>>> projects              NONE
>>>> xprojects             NONE
>>>> calendar              NONE
>>>> initial_state         default
>>>> s_rt                  INFINITY
>>>> h_rt                  INFINITY
>>>> s_cpu                 INFINITY
>>>> h_cpu                 INFINITY
>>>> s_fsize               INFINITY
>>>> h_fsize               INFINITY
>>>> s_data                INFINITY
>>>> h_data                INFINITY
>>>> s_stack               INFINITY
>>>> h_stack               INFINITY
>>>> s_core                INFINITY
>>>> h_core                INFINITY
>>>> s_rss                 INFINITY
>>>> h_rss                 INFINITY
>>>> s_vmem                INFINITY
>>>> h_vmem                INFINITY
>>>>
>>>> However when I try to delete it I get the following error message:
>>>> # qconf -dq all.q at corke010
>>>> denied: cluster queue "all.q at corke010" does not exist
>>>>
>>>> What am I missing? So how do I delete it?
>>>>
>>>> Thanks
>>>> JC
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