[Mauiusers] jobs stuck in Q
brucellino at gmail.com
Wed Jan 4 01:29:57 MST 2006
sorry for the delay in getting back. New Years and such... Anyway I
have since figured the problem out but the issue was not with
MAUI, but with the TORQUE server setup. The parameter
resources_default.nodes was not set. I had to set it to 1 for the jobs
to start running automatically, else MAUI would claim "not enough
resources for job".
This should have been set by OSCAR when it was installed, but didn't.
If other people have noticed the same behaviour - having to set
resources_default.nodes - then perhaps it is an OSCAR bug. The cluster
is running OSCAR 4.2.1-1:3482M-20051214 on Scientific Linux 4.2
x86_64, but I remember seeing similar issues when installing our other
system - Fedora Core 3 x86 and OSCAR 4.1b1r2995. It's not a major
hassle if you know how to fix it, but it took me a while...
On 03/01/06, Aquarijen <aquarijen at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey Bruce - I had the same problem. I ended up having to reconfigure
> maui. I don't remember exactly what I did as I just reconfigured from
> scratch to use options I needed, but I just wanted to let you know
> that you are not the only one to have seen this with OSCAR. I can
> send you my maui.cfg if you like.
> On 12/28/05, Bruce Becker <brucellino at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi mauiusers
> > We have a small cluster of opterons clustered with OSCAR, running
> > scientific linux 4.2 x86_64. I am trying to run some simple jobs using
> > TORQUE + MAUI (standard OSCAR installation) which get put directly
> > into the Q state. If I force them to run with qrun, they get accepted,
> > but do not run automatically. I have tried looking through the
> > mauiusers list for similar symptoms, but have not found exactly the
> > same thing. So, I'm not really sure even how to diagnose the problem,
> > so
> > 1) What information is needed to find out what's going on ?
> > 2) Obviously, how can I sort this problem out ?
> > Thanks
> > Bruce
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