ake.sandgren at hpc2n.umu.se
Tue Jan 30 10:40:33 MST 2007
On Tue, 2007-01-30 at 11:41 -0500, Kevin Van Workum wrote:
> On 12/5/06, Åke Sandgren <ake.sandgren at hpc2n.umu.se> wrote:
> > On Mon, 2006-12-04 at 21:38 +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.
> > CLASSCFG[somequeue] QLIST=high:DEFAULT QDEF=DEFAULT
> > should enable the "high" QOS for anyone allowed to use the "somequeue"
> > queue.
> I tried this, but couldn't get userx to submit jobs under QOS high. He
> always gets DEFAULT.
> I have:
> QOSCFG[high] PRIORITY=100
> QOSCFG[DEFAULT] PRIORITY=0
> USERCFG[userx] QLIST=high QDEF=DEFAULT
> CLASSCFG[dque] QLIST=high:DEFAULT QDEF=DEFAULT
> If I do 'qsub -l qos=high test.pbs', checkjob shows:
> Creds: user:userx group:userx account:userx class:dque qos:DEFAULT
> It seems that no matter what I do, the qos is always what QDEF is set
> to on the USERCFG line, or DEFAULT if it is not set.
> maui 3.2.6p19
> torque 2.1.6
The correct way of specifying qos is
#PBS -W x=QOS:high
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