[Mauiusers] Re: showq -r documentation
jacksond at clusterresources.com
Sat Mar 5 15:11:45 MST 2005
'showq -r' has the following job markers:
'_' - job violates usage limit
'*' - job is backfilled AND is preemptible
'+' - job is backfilled AND is NOT preemptible
'-' - job is NOT backfilled AND is preemptible
The documentation has been updated to cover this. Please let us know
if we can assist you further.
On Fri, 2005-02-25 at 15:16 -0500, Daniel Widyono wrote:
> Update: showq without -r does not show the '+' at the end of the job name,
> for any job which does end in '+' in the output of showq -r.
> I found UserI.c which has some QueueShow meat in it, and seems to be
> assembling the output I see. However, there's no logic within
> UIQueueShowAJobs which adds a plus sign to the job name. Am I on a wild
> goose chase?
> It would appear that MJob[MAQ[jindex]]->Name already seems to magically have
> a plus sign at the end during that function, as opposed to during
> UIQueueShowAllJobs (I am assuming showq runs the latter, whereas showq -r
> runs UIQueueShowAJobs).
> Dan W.
> On Fri, Feb 25, 2005 at 02:58:04PM -0500, Daniel Widyono wrote:
> > Greetings,
> > I've been using showq -r in a sysadmin script because it shows only running
> > jobs. Apparently, sometimes it outputs a jobid with a + at the end. Could
> > someone please point me to documentation on what a + means (not a *, or
> > asterisk, which *is* documented in the online documentation)? Alternatively,
> > could someone help guide me through the source code to where I would begin to
> > look for how e.g. showq works? I have an inkling that mclient.c is
> > important, but I can't find my way through that to what actually *happens*
> > when it's called as "showq".
> > Thanks,
> > Dan W.
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