[Mauiusers] diagnose -p is "wrong" or how to sort the jobs by "priority"?

Dave Jackson jacksond at clusterresources.com
Fri Oct 21 15:16:17 MDT 2005


Yaroslav,

  Issue 'showq'  This will probably indicate that these two jobs are
blocked, most likely by your throttling policies.  If a job is blocked,
it does not get a priority.  If the jobs do show up as blocked, you can
issue 'checkjob -v <JOBID>' or 'diagnose -q' to get more detailed
information about why it is blocked.

Dave

On Fri, 2005-10-21 at 16:31 -0400, Yaroslav Halchenko wrote:
> Dear Maui People,
> 
> I am trying to see how fairshare/throttling reorders jobs to be run on
> the cluster, thus I'm calling
> 
> # diagnose -p
> no idle jobs in queue
> 
> whenever there are 
> 
> # qstat | grep Q
> Job id           Name             User             Time Use S Queue
> 224163.node2     ...ravana_cell20 volodya                 0 Q verylong
> 224164.node2     ...ravana_cell21 volodya                 0 Q verylong
> ...
> 
> # diagnose -j | grep Idle
> 224163                 Idle ALL    1 DEF 41:16:00:00 0    1  volodya  volodya        -    00:00:00  [NONE] [NONE] [NONE]    >=0    >=0    NC0 [verylong:1] [NONE]
> 224164                 Idle ALL    1 DEF 41:16:00:00 0    1  volodya  volodya        -    00:00:00  [NONE] [NONE] [NONE]    >=0    >=0    NC0 [verylong:1] [NONE]
> ...
> 
> I'm running Debian unstable with
>   torque             1.2.0p6-1          Tera-scale Open-source
>   maui               3.2.6p14-1         Scheduler for PBS-based and
> 
> Please advise where to look next to resolve the issue
> 



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