[GE users] SGE 6.2U3 question

gtatachar gopinath.tatachar at gs.com
Wed Mar 31 18:53:23 BST 2010

I used -b & -e; it doesn't give me what I want. It summarizes and gives the wallclock time used by all jobs and etc. 

qacct -b 1003311205.00 -e 1003311208.00
Total System Usage
    WALLCLOCK         UTIME         STIME           CPU             MEMORY                 IO                IOW
          105            10             0            12              6.660              0.000              0.000

I need to see what was running in a specific period and looks like I need ARCo installed. 
Also, not sure why IO and IOW is always "0" 

-----Original Message-----
From: Daniel Templeton [mailto:daniel.templeton at oracle.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2010 1:48 PM
To: users
Cc: Tatachar, Gopinath [Tech]
Subject: Re: [GE users] SGE 6.2U3 question

Check the qacct(1) man page.  -b and -e are what you want.  Now that 
will only show you jobs that ended within the specified constraints.  If 
you want to know what was running, you'll need to have ARCo installed, 
or at least have the reporting file turned on.

The IO stats are always 0 on OSes that don't report per-process IO info.


On 03/31/10 10:27, gtatachar wrote:
> I am running 6.2U3 open source version on Linux. I am using NFS FS for spooling. Recently we have seen an exponential increace NFS latency on our netapp filer. I have the following questions:
> 1. How can I find out the jobs that ran during a specific time interval? (I tried the qacct command; only reports the summary and can not list the jobs in a particular interval - at least that's what I thought)
> 2. Also, in the accounting field the IO and IOW fields are always "0" ; it some how doesn't make sense.
> Any help/info is appreciated.
> Thanks
> Gopi
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