[GE users] Allow users to control concurrency themselves?

reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Sun Mar 21 08:31:44 GMT 2010


Am 21.03.2010 um 08:06 schrieb jesperkrogh:

> Hi list.
>
> I would like to enable users to control concurrency themselves. Say  
> they
> have a task that they know probably dont scale up to more than 50
> without overloading the NFS-server (or anther shared resource). Then
> they could set it in the submit-script somehow that they only want  
> this
> "type" of job to run atmost at 50 slots at a time.
>
> Is that somehow doable?
>
> It could be grouped by "jobname" or "account_string" or similar.
>
> something like:
>
> qsub -A mywork -l maxconcurrent=50 test.sh
>
> If i shouldl use RQS then I would have to get a dynamic consumable  
> that
> the users can setup and tear down itself?
>
> Suggestions?

Suppose you have 6.2u4 or above you can just use:

$ qsub -t min-max -tc max_running_tasks ...

-- Reuti


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