[torqueusers] migrating from pbsPRO 7

Garrick Staples garrick at usc.edu
Thu Dec 8 09:53:31 MST 2005

On Wed, Dec 07, 2005 at 10:40:44AM -0600, Jeffrey B. Reed alleged:
> We are considering migrating to TORQUE from pbsPro 7.  One of the issues is 
> we currently define queues like:
>   create queue smoke
>   set queue smoke queue_type = Execution
>   set queue smoke Priority = 50
>   set queue smoke resources_default.MHz = 1500
>   set queue smoke resources_default.arch = linux
>   set queue smoke resources_default.mem = 250000kb
>   set queue smoke resources_default.nice = 0
>   set queue smoke resources_default.osversion = SciLinux3_0
>   set queue smoke resources_default.pool = simfarm
>   set queue smoke enabled = True
>   set queue smoke started = True

The same works in TORQUE, though apperently PBSPro has added new
resources.  The valid list is in the pbs_resources manpage.

> Where MHz, osversion, and pool are user defined resources in 
> priv_server/resourcedef file.  Are there any suggestions on how to 
> duplicate this in TORQUE?

Node resources can be placed in the MOM config.

Garrick Staples, Linux/HPCC Administrator
University of Southern California
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