[Mauiusers] Re: mauiusers Digest, Vol 46, Issue 2

Steve Young chemadm at hamilton.edu
Wed May 7 07:35:27 MDT 2008

I'd agree with Justin I think you do want to use QOS's.  Here I also  
have made queue's in torque that require a feature:

set queue altix resources_default.neednodes = altix

Then I enabled acl_groups to make sure only the people in certain  
groups can use this queue.

set queue altix acl_group_enable = True
set queue altix acl_groups =  altix

I'm sure acl_users would work for you too. Hope this helps =)


On May 7, 2008, at 4:20 AM, Arnau Bria wrote:

> On Tue, May 6, 2008 at 10:02 PM, Justin Finnerty  
> <justin.finnerty at uni-oldenburg.de> wrote:
> >    1. Partitions: user & groups (Arnau Bria)
> Firstly, my understanding was one should use the QOS system for  
> managing
> user access and standing reservations for managing resources.  (And  
> that
> partitions are obsolete
> Where have you read that partitions are obsolet?
> I'd like to ensure that certain user won't never run in certain  
> nodes, and vice versa.  And I think I can't do that with QoS  
> looking at
>  your example and your explanation... did I miss something?
> [...]
> Cheers
>        Justin
> Thanks for your reply!
> Arnau
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