[Mauiusers] Does maui have a hard-coded walltime limit???
td at chemie.hu-berlin.de
Wed Mar 21 06:08:20 MDT 2007
On Wed, Mar 21, 2007 at 11:16:27AM +0100, Thomas Dargel wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 21, 2007 at 01:21:44PM +1100, Chris Samuel wrote:
> > On Tue, 20 Mar 2007, Thomas Dargel wrote:
> > > There is no walltime limit set, neither at torque/maui nor in the job
> > > script.
> > It certainly used to be the case that if you restarted Maui with jobs that
> > didn't have wall times set then it would kill them all because they had
> > exceeded their default of 0 hours, 0 minutes and 0 seconds.
> > Could this be what happened to you here ?
> > cheers,
> > Chris
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> > Christopher Samuel - (03)9925 4751 - VPAC Deputy Systems Manager
> > Victorian Partnership for Advanced Computing http://www.vpac.org/
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> Hi Chris,
> exactly this issue was posted by me in november 2005
> Garrick provided a patch for this maui version (3.2.6p14-snap1129921819) and
> the cancelation of running jobs without a given walltime by maui was solved.
> By the way, this restart/cancel phenomenon is gone with maui revision
> At the end of this thread you predicted the dead of the jobs after 100 days.
> This is now prooved. There was no restart of maui, there is 'only' the
> interpretation of 'infinity' in maui, which means INFINITY=100:00:00:00 .
> Does anybody know where this definition is made in the sources of maui????
I think I found the reason in include/msched.h:
#define MDEF_SYSJOBWCLIMIT 8639999
8639999 [s] = 99:23:59:59
I will try to increase this number and recompile the code... ;-P
> Thank you for your attempt to help
> best regards
> Thomas Dargel.
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