[GE users] Suspending jobs based on license load not cpu load
Mark.Olesen at emconTechnologies.com
Tue Jan 19 14:50:30 GMT 2010
On Tue, 2010-01-19 at 10:50 +0100, elrond2k wrote:
> Ok, I can see a problem in starting another grid job to take the license of the first job. But in my case I am more interested in giving back licenses to the pool so that interactive jobs outside the grid can run. And as such I do not need to worry about complexes not released.
> In my case the grid compete for licenses on a global pool, and I try at anytime to keep at least X licenses free for interactive jobs. I did a modification to how qlicserver handles negative limits to make this happen. This works well as long as the jobs on the grid are relative short. But if the jobs are long then the interactive jobs can eat the X free licenses before a grid job completes. And then you have angry mails incoming asking you to fix it asap :)
> So my idea was to suspend using qmod when the license complex is less than 0 for more than a Y minutes.
This sounds interesting. Let us know how far you get and how you fare.
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