[gold-users] question on the G_QUOTATION table in Gold.
ingmar at ucar.edu
Wed May 18 09:50:53 MDT 2011
Thanks for the info Scott.
On 05/18/2011 09:51 AM, Scott Jackson wrote:
> This can be safely ignored. The call_type was for an experimental traceback capability described briefly in the features as follows:
> Multi-Site Exchange
> A traceback mechanism will allow all parties of a transaction (resource requestor and provider) to have a first-hand record of the resource utilization and to have a say as to whether or not the job should be permitted to run, based on their independent policies and priorities. A job will only run if all parties are agreeable to the idea that the target resources can be used in the manner and amount requested. Support for traceback debits will facilitate the establishment of trust and exchange relationships between administrative domains.
> I used to have a technical document on it but it got lost after I had to leave my docs behind when I left PNNL.
> No one has used it and I am ripping it out of future versions of Gold.
> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "ingmar"<ingmar at ucar.edu>
>> To: "Gold Users Mailing List"<gold-users at supercluster.org>
>> Sent: Wednesday, May 18, 2011 9:07:24 AM
>> Subject: Re: [gold-users] question on the G_QUOTATION table in Gold.
>> Hello Scott,
>> One more thing... What is the attribute in G_RESERVATION, G_QUOTATION,
>> G_JOB called G_CALL_TYPE (defaults to Normal) trying to capture?
>> -Ingmar Thompson NCAR
>> On 05/18/2011 09:01 AM, ingmar wrote:
>>> Hello Scott,
>>> I notice there is an attribute called G_USES in the G_QUOTATION and
>>> G_QUOTATION_LOG TABLE. The value for this field defaults to defaults
>>> 1. I have searched through the code base, but this has not really
>>> me any clues as to the meaning or use of the attribute. Scott, could
>>> you please let me know?
>>> -Ingmar Thompson NCAR
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