[torqueusers] qstat -N patch

John Bushnell bushnell at chem.ucsb.edu
Mon Feb 20 16:46:46 MST 2006


I like this functionality.  I vote to include it.

I often find myself doing: 'qstat -f | grep nodes' to pull out
the nodes requests, but then I'm mentally matching up the jobs
with these request lines (and this seems really stupid!)

      - John

On Mon, 20 Feb 2006, Michael Barnes wrote:

> All,
>
> I have a patch that adds the flag -N to qstat which will display the
> output from qstat like:
>
> 107655.cpd user1 extralon rrr -- 1 1536mb 120:0 Q -- 1:ppn=1:itanium 
> 107656.cpd user2 medium MC_CURL_25 -- 1 1536mb 24:00 Q -- 1:ppn=1:alpha
>
> This "violates" the 80 character width limit, but adds the contents of
> the '-l' line to qsub to the qstat output.
>
> As an admin, and I would guess as a user, this adds better feedback
> in a heterogenious environment.
>
> I have been using this patch for years without any known issues, and I
> have ported it to the most recent patchlevel of Torque.
>
> Is anybody interested in the patch?  Or is there a better way to submit
> a patch besides not posting it here?
>
> Mike
>
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