[gold-users] Specifying multiple machines for an allocation with gdeposit

Scott Jackson scottmo at adaptivecomputing.com
Mon May 24 10:43:44 MDT 2010


Chris,

Only one -m option is supported in gdeposit:

    gdeposit {-a <account id> | { -p <project name> &| -u <user name> &| -m
    <machine name>}} [-i <allocation id>] [-s <start time>] [-e <end time>]
    [-L <credit limit>] [-d <description>] [-h, --hours] [--debug] [-?,
    --help] [--man] [--quiet] [-v, --verbose] [-V, --version] [[-z]
    <amount>]

        'm=s'       => \$machine,

The ability for gdeposit to automatically create the underlying account 
is a helper mechanism that only works for simple (i.e. single machine) 
accounts.

For accounts with multiple machines, you will need to create the 
account, then make the deposit into the account (by account id).

gmkaccount -m m1,m2 -p VS0001
gdeposit -e 2010-08-01 1 -a 123

Scott


Christopher Samuel wrote:
>
> On 24/05/10 16:08, Christopher Samuel wrote:
>
> > gold:~# gdeposit -m m1 m2 -e 2010-08-01 -p VS0001 1
>
> Sigh, that command line is actually:
>
> gold:~# gdeposit -m m1 -m m2 -e 2010-08-01 -p VS0001 1
>
> Took out the extra -m by accident when sanitising hostnames.
>
> Thanks for spotting that Brian! :-)
>
> Chris
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