[GE users] your job is not allowed to run in any queue

ducarroz birgit.ducarroz at unifr.ch
Thu Feb 11 16:29:32 GMT 2010


Hi thank you,

I did this because I thought it also, but there are 3 GB left (65 GB 
from 68GB).
Might it be something else? And if it is really that: why? - Is there 
some parameter to set in the Berkeley DB? - Cause I just installed the 
system; It ran only some 30 jobs before I reinstalled SGE.

edubidu

reuti wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Am 11.02.2010 um 10:50 schrieb ducarroz:
>
>   
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I installed SGE, all worked fine until a user submitted a job that set
>> all nodes in a E state.
>>
>> I was unable to delete the E state with the command qmod -c '*'
>>
>> Unable to restart correctly sge.master again.
>> So I had the idea to reboot the master server. Nothing to do. I
>> re-installed then SGE. All works but now nobody is unable to submit  
>> jobs
>> - even root. Every user gets the following error when submitting jobs:
>>
>> Unable to run job: warning: root your job is not allowed to run in  
>> any queue
>> error ending a transaction: (28) No space left on device
>>     
>
> this looks like the installation failed due to a full file system.  
> You can check the left space with:
>
> $ df -h
>
> -- Reuti
>
>
>   
>> transaction function of rule "default rule" in context "berkeleydb
>> spooling" failed
>> Your job 20 ("run.sh") has been submitted.
>> Exiting.
>>
>> As you can see, the job i in the queue but waiting:
>>
>> root at cl20:/export/storage/clustertest# qstat -f
>>
>> ###################################################################### 
>> ######
>>    - PENDING JOBS - PENDING JOBS - PENDING JOBS - PENDING JOBS -  
>> PENDING
>> JOBS
>> ###################################################################### 
>> ######
>>        20 0.55500 run.sh     root         qw    02/11/2010  
>> 09:51:25     1
>>
>>
>>
>> What can I do? - I looked logs at /var/log but I don't really find
>> something interesting.
>>
>> Help!
>> edubidu
>>
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