[torqueusers] resources_max / resources_min
garrick at usc.edu
Thu Jun 12 12:22:56 MDT 2008
On Thu, Jun 12, 2008 at 08:23:41PM +0300, Roman Zubatyuk alleged:
> Many thanks for reply. However, I did not figured out what does
> `nodect` means. `man pbs_resources` says nothing about this.
> I created a test queue with nodect attributes:
> Queue: TEST
> queue_type = Execution
> max_user_queuable = 1
> total_jobs = 0
> state_count = Transit:0 Queued:0 Held:0 Waiting:0 Running:0 Exiting:0
> max_running = 1
> acl_host_enable = False
> acl_hosts = compute-0-9,compute-0-8,compute-0-7,compute-0-6,compute-0-5,
> resources_max.nodect = 1
> resources_max.nodes = 1
> resources_max.pmem = 1800mb
> resources_max.walltime = 400:00:00
> resources_min.nodect = 1
> resources_min.nodes = 1
> resources_default.nodect = 1
> resources_default.nodes = 1
> mtime = 1213290507
> resources_available.nodect = 1
> max_user_run = 1
> enabled = True
> started = True
Looks like you figured out what `nodect` is.
Btw, default/available nodect is meaningless just like the max/min nodes.
> But jobs are fail to start. Maui says:
> job cannot run in partition DEFAULT (idle procs do not meet
> requirements : 0 of 1 procs found)
That's a Maui error, not related to your queue limits in Torque.
> My goal is to restrict jobs in selected queues to `nodes=N:ppn=M` ,
> not just to MxN procs on any number of nodes. Can I do this with
> `nodect` ?
Not in Torque, perhaps in Maui.
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