[torqueusers] momctl documented ?

Rick.Ingham at expeditors.com Rick.Ingham at expeditors.com
Wed Sep 7 17:55:01 MDT 2005

I'm using p5, and I see that momctl exists in /usr/local/sbin/momctl on my

There doesn't seem to be a man page for this one, yet, in p5.  Is it
documented yet?  Somewhere else?

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                                       Re: [torqueusers] What controls the 
             09/07/2005 04:41          pbs_mom -p polling rate             

On Wed, Sep 07, 2005 at 04:12:32PM -0700, Rick.Ingham at expeditors.com
> I use the -p option when starting pbs_mom to recover tracking of jobs
> already executing when restarting PBS.  For a task that was started
> the PBS restart, it seems to take 2-3 minutes after the task completes
> terminates before qstat recognizes a job has finally terminated.
> What parameter controls the polling interval of pms_mom's -p option?
> In what config file?
> In qmgr?

That's CHECK_POLL_TIME in resmom/mom_main.c.  It's compiled in.  The
upcoming 1.2.0p6 release will have a "$check_poll_time" parameter in
MOM's config and will changable on-the-fly with momctl.

Garrick Staples, Linux/HPCC Administrator
University of Southern California
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