[torqueusers] Re: [Cluster Resources #4099] Torque resource
manager does not send "command new" to Moab scheduler
prakash.velayutham at cchmc.org
Mon Feb 16 12:40:17 MST 2009
I downloaded and installed snapshot-12587 for 5.3.1 and all is fine.
Thanks for the quick response.
On Feb 16, 2009, at 2:29 PM, Prakash Velayutham wrote:
> Hi Doug,
> I am surprised how this is a Moab issue. Why don't I see Torque
> sending the "SCH_SCHEDULE_NEW" to Moab in Torque's logs, if the
> issue is Moab-related? Just curious.
> On Feb 16, 2009, at 2:16 PM, Douglas Wightman via RT wrote:
>> This was a known regression in 5.3.1 and it has been fixed in
>> snapshots since then. You can download a snapshot or wait for
>> 5.3.2 which will be released early this week.
>> - Douglas
>> ----- "Prakash Velayuthum via RT" <moab-
>> support at clusterresources.com> wrote:
>>> Ticket [Cluster Resources #4099] -- Ticket created by MoabCCH
>>> Queue: moab-support
>>> Organization: Cincinnati Children's Hospital
>>> Subject: Torque resource manager does not send "command new" to
>>> Moab scheduler
>>> Owner: Nobody
>>> Requestors: Prakash.Velayutham at cchmc.org
>>> Status: new
>>> Ticket <URL:
>>> http://support.clusterresources.com/Ticket/Display.html?id=4099 >
>>> I am using Torque 2.3.6 with Moab 5.3.1 at my site. Here is the
>>> strangest thing I see.
>>> When Torque RM is used with Torque scheduler, with "set server
>>> scheduling = True", I see that the Torque server logs a
>>> "PBS_Server;Svr;bmiclustersvcd1.cchmc.org;Scheduler sent command
>>> message, but with Moab scheduler, everything works except a new job
>>> does not trigger this somehow. So Moab schedules the job every 30
>>> seconds instead of with the new job trigger.
>>> Has anyone seen this? I have tested this like 10 times now and it is
>>> consistent and reproducible. Every time I enable Torque scheduler,
>>> jobs get scheduled immediately, but when Moab is enabled, Moab
>>> gets to
>>> new jobs only every 30 seconds.
>>> Thanks for any ideas.
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