[GE users] qlicserver behavior for suspended jobs

olesen Mark.Olesen at emconTechnologies.com
Fri Nov 20 12:01:21 GMT 2009

>   2) If there are no free licenses, high priority non-grid jobs won't
> start. Therefore, I have to make sure that
> no low-priority job starts unless there is a surplus of licenses. This
> means that I'll always have a few unused
> licenses that can't be used by low-priority jobs.

If you simply want to reserve some licenses for non-grid jobs, you can
use the 'limit' parameter for that.

You can also adjust the limits at any time, either manually or with a
load sensor. We generally do it manually and have qlicserver.limits/ as
a directory - it makes adjusting the files quite easy.


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