[GE users] queue seq num and PE wildcards

reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Mon Aug 23 16:30:37 BST 2010


Am 23.08.2010 um 15:40 schrieb gragghia:

>> Although I on my own suggested to use multiple queues in such a setup in the past, you can also use hostgroups and have only one queue:
>> 
>> $ qconf -sq all.q
>> ...
>> seq_no 0,[@group1=10],[@group2=20],[@group3=30],[@group4=40]
>> ...
>> pe_list NONE,[@group1=mpi1],[@group2=mpi2],[@group3=mpi3],[@group4=mpi4]
>> 
>> 
>> Does such a setup help?
>> 
>> -- Reut
> 
> I just tested this configuration on my test system.  The choice of 
> particular PE still determines which host group is used.  The assigned 
> sequence number has no effect.

There is a paragraph in:

http://blogs.sun.com/sgrell/entry/grid_engine_scheduler_hacks_least

saying that the seq_no will only be honored for $pe_slots, as you observed.

-- Reuti


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