[torqueusers] map a queue to a set of nodes

Garrick Staples garrick at clusterresources.com
Wed Nov 8 12:03:50 MST 2006

On Wed, Nov 08, 2006 at 05:06:23PM +0100, Valerie Favier alleged:
> Hi ,
> I use Torque 2.1.6 but neither Moab nor Maui.
> I want to map a queue to a set of nodes; i.e. I want that a job, 
> submitted in this queue, runs only on one of these nodes.  So to do 
> that, I try the "resources_default.neednodes" propertie for the queue, 
> but it doesn't work, I think it's because Moab or Maui is not used.
> After I use "set queue batch acl_hosts" but it doesn't work too. The 
> jobs are launched on the nodes that are not declared in the acl_hosts list.
> Must "resources_default.neednodes" be used only with Moab or Maui ?
> Why acl_hosts doesn't work ?
> Have you any other idea to map a queue to a set of nodes ?

As far as I know, the sample fifo scheduler doesn't support this.  If
you want these features, you need maui/moab.

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