[Mauiusers] using standing reservation to set job limit of 12 hours for Mon-Fri
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Thu Oct 22 02:15:41 MDT 2009
Use DAYS=Sat, Sun and specify STARTTIME and ENDTIME for the said days
On Thu, Oct 22, 2009 at 1:54 AM, Jan Lindheim <lindheim at cacr.caltech.edu>wrote:
> We have been using queues to control when long weekend jobs (12-24 hours)
> are allowed to run. The problem with this is having cron controlling
> when this queue gets started and stopped. Also it does not take into
> consideration that there is enough time to have f.ex. a 15 hour long
> job finish before 8am Monday morning when being launched on an early
> Sunday afternoon.
> Having maui controlling this seems more elegant, but using a standing
> reservation for this, does not seem to behave like documented.
> Following one of the examples at:
> I would have expected that I could have a time limit of 12 hours for jobs
> running on weekdays and allow 24 hours on weekends by doing the following:
> SRCFG[weekday] HOSTLIST=shc*
> SRCFG[weekday] PERIOD=WEEK
> SRCFG[weekday] STARTTIME=1:08:00:00
> SRCFG[weekday] ENDTIME=5:16:00:00
> SRCFG[weekday] TIMELIMIT=12:00:00
> >From the documentation, this should have a 12 hour job limit from
> Monday at 8:00 to Friday 16:00. When restarting maui with these
> settings, I get:
> # showres
> ReservationID Type S Start End Duration N/P
> weekday.0.0 User - 00:00:00 3:11:12:24 3:11:12:24 3/3
> Wed Oct 21 12:47:36
> weekday.1.0 User - 3:11:12:24 10:11:12:24 7:00:00:00 3/3
> Sun Oct 25 00:00:00
> 2 reservations located
> The days the reservations are set, do not seem to match the configuration
> at all. What am I doing wrong?
> This is using maui-3.2.6p21.
> Thanks for any insight on this!
> Jan Lindheim
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