[GE users] Can a job tell which slot it's run on ?

reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Tue Apr 6 23:06:26 BST 2010


Am 06.04.2010 um 23:59 schrieb templedf:

> There isn't really such a concept as "which" slot the job is in.  Your
> best bet would be a prolog or custom starter that uses file locks to
> figure out which USB device to take.

What about 4 queues each having one slot named fubar.1.q, fubar2.q, ...?

-- Reuti


> Daniel
>
> On 04/06/10 13:48, bdbaddog wrote:
>> Greetings,
>>
>> If I have 4 slots on a machine, can a job tell which of the four  
>> slots
>> it's running in?
>> We may have N distinct USB devices we want our tests to utilize when
>> running on a given host, and we'd like to assign each slot to it's  
>> own
>> USB device.
>>
>> I suppose also, if we have a global consumable HW_AVAIL, say it's set
>> to 4 and consumable, will the job know which of the 4 it's using?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Bill
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