[GE users] Using cycles from a 2nd SGE cluster

marcingoldyn Marcin.Goldyn at Sun.com
Fri Jan 8 11:17:29 GMT 2010

SGE has a module called Service Domain Manager that handles 

W dniu 2010-01-08 12:07, reuti pisze:
> Am 08.01.2010 um 08:07 schrieb izen:
>> My sys admin has been trying to configure two independent, linux
>> clusters with static SGE pools, such that when the first cluster
>> batch queue fills, additional jobs will fall over to a low priority
>> queue in the second cluster. Each cluster has its own master node,
>> and it would be a political non-starter to change that. So far, my
>> admin has not succeeded.
>> Is his configuration with static pools workable?
>> If so, we would welcome some guidance in configuring our SGE
>> deployment to do this.
> You can use transfer queues, if, and only if, both systems have the
> same name space. The Howto:
> http://gridengine.sunsource.net/howto/TransferQueues/transferqueues.html
> is also outdated and for 5.3, but in principle it's doable this way.
> -- Reuti
>> We are beginning to wonder whether this is undoable with static
>> pools, and need to switch to a dynamic pool.
>> Input would be most welcome.  Thanks!  -Joe
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