[GE users] One Queue With Two Types of Nodes

craffi dag at sonsorol.org
Tue Mar 16 17:49:46 GMT 2010


I think 'seqno' queue sorting is what you want. It lets you define in 
integers the order in which execution hosts are considered.

-Chris


jlforrest wrote:
> I'm running SGE 6.1u4 on a Rocks 5.0 cluster.
> The cluster consists of some new dual quad core
> nodes, and some old slower dual dual core nodes.
> Right now the cluster only has the one all.q queue.
> We only run serial jobs - no MPI or other parallel
> jobs.
>
> We want to configure this queue so that the new
> nodes are scheduled before the old nodes. Only after
> all the new nodes are completely full would any
> jobs run on the old nodes. We don't
> want to create 2 queues because we're concerned
> that nobody would ever submit jobs to the "old" queue.
>
> Can someone point me to some documentation
> that covers how to do this?
>
> Cordially,

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