ake.sandgren at hpc2n.umu.se
Tue Dec 5 05:10:48 MST 2006
On Tue, 2006-12-05 at 12:47 +0100, Bernd Schubert wrote:
> > You could set up a QOS that only users allowed to use that queue can
> > utilize.
> > QOSCFG[high] PRIORITY=9000
> > QOSCFG[DEFAULT] priority=0 (or some other QOS parameter)
> > USERCFG[userx] QLIST=high:DEFAULT QDEF=DEFAULT
> > Don't forget to set QOSWEIGHT to something or the priority from QOS
> > won't matter.
> > Now only userx can use the "high" QOS.
> I'm still not sure here. If userx uses this "high" QOS, won't the jobs of
> userx be preferrred to the jobs of other users?
> I mean the goal is to prefer some jobs within the queue of userx, but leave
> the job priorities between the users as they were without QOS.
Ok, that particular case, influencing only userx's priority relative to
his own jobs and not relative to others, is a "can't do" as far as i
know. At least until the priority calculation part in maui is rewritten
to be completely hierarcial.
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