[torqueusers] node's np still not right

Glen Beane glen.beane at gmail.com
Thu Mar 10 08:46:55 MST 2011


On Thu, Mar 10, 2011 at 10:33 AM,  <skip at pobox.com> wrote:
>
> You may recall that I had trouble with Torque (2.4.8) overriding the number
> of processors I had explicitly set in qmgr.  One of my desktop machines has
> four cores.  I'm happy to devote at most two of them to the cause, but the
> auto_node_np default setting of True seemed to thwart my efforts at
> controlling this value.  I set auto_node_np tp False a couple days ago, set
> np = 2 and things seemed to work well at first.  Overnight, the
> pbs_server-hosting machine was rebooted.  This morning I noticed, that even
> though auto_node_np is still set to False:
>
>    Qmgr: p s
>    ...
>    set server auto_node_np = False
>    ...
>
> The number of processors on my desktop machine was once again reported to be
> four:
>
>    Qmgr: print node udesktop264.wacker
>    ...
>    set node udesktop264.wacker np = 4
>    ...
>
> I set it back to 2, but think there is either some other setting I am
> failing to take care of, or there is a bug in Torque which allows it to
> continue to ignore my commands, at least across pbs_server restarts.


what does the server "nodes" file say?  I don't know this off the top
of my head, but I wonder if pbs_server will override settings made in
qmgr with values from the nodes file.


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