[torqueusers] In search of a long forgotten feature...
akohlmey at cmm.chem.upenn.edu
Tue Feb 24 09:45:52 MST 2009
are you looking for this?
set queue i386 required_property = 32bit
this used to be a patch that was not part of the standard distribution
and i don't think this has made it into torque (at least not under the
same name, i just checked). perhaps you can track down the patch
somewhere searching for this string.
i had this installed loooong ago (when RH 7.0-7.2 was current). but since
moving to maui as a scheduler, i get the about the same effect using
something list this:
set queue i386 resources_default.neednodes = 32bit
which is then further augmented by:
in the maui.cfg file.
hope this helps,
On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 5:34 PM, Miller, Timothy E. <millerte at wfu.edu> wrote:
> Greetings all,
> I'm looking for a simple feature which I've long since forgotten and
> the documentation for which has been misplaced/lost. Unfortunately,
> no amount of key words while Googling for it produced anything of merit.
> Hopefully, I'm not just remembering something completely wrong and
> embarrassing myself here :)
> I seem to recall that there was a way in PBS that, when a job was
> submitted to a particular queue (say i386), PBS would automatically
> add an attribute to that job as specified in the queue's configuration
> (say '32bit'). One could then add a node attribute '32bit' to all
> your 32bit nodes and 'viola!' ensure 32bit jobs ran on 32bit labeled
> Does anyone out there remember how to do that? Could one ever do
> that? What key words am I having "Googling block" on that is preventing
> me from finding it?
> Thanks for the help in advance.
> P.S. Yes, I know that this could be done in other ways but I'm looking
> for something that is exclusively handled within PBS and is transparent
> to the user. I am sure that I have done this before with OS upgrades
> for test clusters (RH7.3 to RHEL3... yes, that long ago).
> Timothy E. Miller, PhD, RHCE/RHCDS voice: (336)758-3257
> Systems Analyst Lead, High Performance Computing fax: (336)758-7127
> Wake Forest University cell: (336)782-6987
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