[GE users] per-host vs. per-queue consumable

murple andreas.kuntzagk at mdc-berlin.de
Tue Nov 3 09:59:32 GMT 2009


Hi,

>> The solution using a complex is what this list suggested.
> 
> No, just define a PE and request the necessary number of slots (and  
> for SMP job with allocation_rule $pe_slots). No custom complex  
> necessary.

Hmm, you're right. That were the replies I got for this topic. I don't 
know what gave me the impression that using a complex was the suggested 
solution. I'm definitely working on to many things in parallel. Now I 
have to get my users to "unlearn" this resource and learn how to use the PE.

Andreas

>> Or at least
>> what I understood when I asked how to account for users running
>> multithreaded programms. I don't know anything about RQS. Do they  
>> exist
>> in 6.2?
> 
> Yep.
> 
> -- Reuti
> 
> 
>>> In fact, having a custom complex makes it quite easy to bypass:
>>>
>>> $ qsub -l mycores=0 ...
>> I just noticed that myself. Luckily all my users are well-behaved.
>>
>> regards, Andreas
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