[GE users] pushing a job through

templedf dan.templeton at sun.com
Mon Nov 9 23:14:51 GMT 2009


There has to be a free slot in order for the scheduler to put a job 
there.  What you really want to do is queue subordination.  The cheap 
hack would be to temporarily increase the slot count on that machine.

Daniel

snosov wrote:
> I have the following situation: there are 2 jobs, one running and one 
> waiting. They are both assigned to the same queue. I want to make the 
> second job start running and the first job to get suspended and wait.
>
> I suspended the first job, however, the second job does not start. The 
> scheduler still reports as the queue instance being full.
>
> Is it possible to make the second job run without rescheduling the 
> first one - it has been running for quite a while and have generated a 
> lot of output already.
>
> Thank you.

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