[torqueusers] Maximum number of nodes per queue
Mr Tony Ling
tonylsp at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 29 18:04:29 MST 2004
In order to limit the queue for numbers of nodes,
you first have to define the nodes that the particular
queue can be run on. This can be define in the "nodes"
file in PBS/TORQUE server home directory.
Below is some example.
nodes0001 np=2 commonqueue userqueue1
nodes0002 np=2 commonqueue userqueue1 userqueue2
--- "Charland, Denis"
<Denis.Charland at imi.cnrc-nrc.gc.ca> wrote:
> (Formatted text)
> I'm running OpenPBS 2.3.16 on a 128 processor
> Beowulf cluster. I recently
> created a seperate queue for guest users and I would
> like to limit the number of
> nodes that can be allocated to all jobs running from
> this queue. To do so, I
> used the "resources_available.resource_name=value"
> queue attribute. For
> resource_name, I tried "nodes", "nodect", ncpus" and
> "neednodes" without
> success. The man pages for pbs_queue_attributes (7B)
> defines this attribute as
> being "The list of resource and amounts available to
> jobs running in this queue.
> The sum of the resources of each type used by all
> jobs running from this queue
> cannot exceed the total amount listed here".
> Anybody has idea what can be the problem?
> Note: Torque 1.1.0p4 behaves the same way.
> Denis Charland
> Linux Cluster Administrator
> National Research Council of Canada
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> torqueusers at supercluster.org
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