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Appendix F:  Maui Parameters

See the Parameters Overview in the Maui Admin Manual for further information about specifying parameters.
Name Format Default Value Description Example
ACCOUNTCFG[<ACCOUNTID>] list of zero or more space delimited <ATTR>=<VALUE> pairs where <ATTR> is one of the following:
PRIORITY, FSTARGET, QLIST, QDEF, PLIST , PDEF, FLAGS, or a fairness policy specification.
[NONE] specifies account specific attributes.   See the flag overview for a description of legal flag values.
ACCOUNTCFG[projectX] MAXJOB=50 QDEF=highprio

(up to 50 jobs submitted under the account ID projectX will be allowed to execute simultaneously and will be assigned the QOS highprio by default.)

AFSWEIGHT <INTEGER> 0 specifies the priority weight to be applied to the account fairshare factor.  (See Fairshare Priority Factor ) AFSWEIGHT 10
ACCOUNTWEIGHT <INTEGER> 0 specifies the priority weight to be applied to the specified account priority.  (See Credential Priority Factor ) ACCOUNTWEIGHT   100
ADMIN1 space delimited list of user names root users listed under the parameter ADMIN1 are allowed to perform any scheduling function.  They have full control over the scheduler and access to all data.  The first user listed in the ADMIN1 user list is considered to be the 'primary admin' and is the ID under which maui must be started and run.   Valid values include user names or the keyword 'ALL'. ADMIN1 mauiuser steve scott jenny

(all users listed have full access to maui control commands and maui data.  Maui must be started by and run under the 'mauiuser' user id since mauiuser is the primary admin.

ADMIN2 space delimited list of user names [NONE] users listed under the parameter ADMIN2 are allowed to change all job attributes and are granted access to all informational Maui commands.   Valid values include user names or the keyword 'ALL'. ADMIN2 jack karen

(jack and karen can modify jobs, i.e., 'canceljob, setqos, setspri, etc.) and can run all Maui information commands).

ADMIN3 space delimited list of user names [NONE] users listed under the parameter ADMIN3 are allowed access to all informational maui commands.  They cannot change scheduler or job attributes.   Valid values include user names or the keyword 'ALL'. ADMIN3 ops

(user ops can run all informational command such as 'checkjob' or checknode') 

AMCFG one or more key-value pairs as described in the Allocation Manager Configuration Overview N/A specifies the interface and policy configuration for the scheduler-allocation manager interface.  Described in detail in the Allocation Manager Configuration Overview AMCFG[bank] TYPE=QBANK HOST=supercluster.org PORT=7111 DEFERJOBONFAILURE=FALSE

(the QBank server will be contacted at port 7111 on host supercluster.org)

BACKFILLDEPTH <INTEGER> 0 (no limit) specifies the number idle jobs to evaluate for backfill.  The backfill algorithm will evaluate the top <X> priority jobs for scheduling.  By default, all jobs are evaluated. BACKFILLDEPTH 128

(evaluate only the top 128 highest priority idle jobs for consideration for backfill)

BACKFILLMETRIC one of the following PROCS, PROCSECONDS, SECONDS , PE, or PESECONDS PROCS specifies the criteria used by the backfill algorithm to determine the 'best' jobs to backfill.  Only applicable when using BESTFIT or GREEDY backfill algorithms BACKFILLMETRIC   PROCSECONDS
BACKFILLPOLICY one of the following: FIRSTFIT, BESTFIT, GREEDY , or NONE FIRSTFIT specifies what backfill algorithm will be used BACKFILLPOLICY    BESTFIT
BFCHUNKDURATION [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 0 (chunking disabled) specifies the duration during which freed resources will be aggregated for use by larger jobs.  Used in conjunction with BFCHUNKSIZE.  See Configuring Backfill for more information.
BFCHUNKDURATION 00:05:00
BFCHUNKSIZE     4

(aggregate backfillable resources for up to 5 minutes, making resources available only to jobs of size 4 or larger)

BFCHUNKSIZE <INTEGER> 0 (chunking disabled) specifies the minimum job size which can utilize chunked resources.  Used in conjunction with BFCHUNKDURATION.  See Configuring Backfill for more information
BFCHUNKDURATION 00:05:00
BFCHUNKSIZE     4

(aggregate backfillable resources for up to 5 minutes, making resources available only to jobs of size 4 or larger)

BFPRIORITYPOLICY one of RANDOM, DURATION, or HWDURATION NONE specifies policy to use when prioritizing backfill jobs for preemption
BFPRIORITYPOLICY  DURATION

(use length of job in determining which backfill job to preempt)

BYPASSWEIGHT <INTEGER> 0 specifies the weight to be applied to a job's backfill bypass count when determining a job's priority BYPASSWEIGHT   5000
CHECKPOINTEXPIRATIONTIME [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS INFINITY specifies how 'stale' checkpoint data can be before it is ignored and purged. CHECKPOINTEXPIRATIONTIME  1:00:00:00

(Expire checkpoint data which has been stale for over one day)

CHECKPOINTFILE <STRING> maui.ck name (absolute or relative) of the Maui checkpoint file. CHECKPOINTFILE  /var/adm/maui/maui.ck

(Maintain the Maui checkpoint file in the file specified)

CHECKPOINTINTERVAL [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 00:05:00 time between automatic Maui checkpoints CHECKPOINTINTERVAL  00:15:00

(Maui should checkpoint state information every 15 minutes)

CLASSCFG[<CLASSID>] list of zero or more space delimited <ATTR>=<VALUE> pairs where <ATTR> is one of the following:
PRIORITY, FSTARGET, QLIST, QDEF, PLIST , PDEF, FLAGS, or a fairness policy specification.
[NONE] specifies class specific attributes.   See the flag overview for a description of legal flag values.
CLASSCFG[batch] MAXJOB=50 QDEF=highprio

(up to 50 jobs submitted to the class batch will be allowed to execute simultaneously and will be assigned the QOS highprio by default.)

CLASSWEIGHT <INTEGER> 0 specifies the weight to be applied to the class priority of each job (See Cred Factor ) CLASSWEIGHT   10
CLIENTCFG[<X>] one or more of the following: CSALGO or CSKEY [NONE] specifies the shared secret key and encryption algorithm which Maui will use to communicate with the named peer daemon.   NOTE: this parameter may only be specified in the maui-private.cfg config file) CLIENTCFG[silverB]  CSKEY=apple7

(Maui will use the session key apple7 for encrypting and decrypting messages sent from silverB)

CLIENTTIMEOUT [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 00:00:30 time which Maui client commands will wait for a response from the Maui server   (NOTE: may also be specified as an environment variable) CLIENTTIMEOUT  00:15:00

(Maui clients will wait up to 15 minutes for a response from the server before timing out)

CREDWEIGHT <INTEGER> 1 specifies the credential component weight CREDWEIGHT 2
DEFAULTCLASSLIST space delimited list of one or more <STRING>'s [NONE] specifies the default classes supported on each node for RM systems which do not provide this information DEFAULTCLASSLIST   serial  parallel
DEFERCOUNT <INTEGER> 24 specifies the number of times a job can be deferred before it will be placed in batch hold. DEFERCOUNT   12
DEFERSTARTCOUNT <INTEGER> 1 specifies number of time a job will be allowed to fail in its start attempts before being deferred. DEFERSTARTCOUNT 3
DEFERTIME [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 1:00:00 specifies amount of time a job will be held in the deferred state before being released back to the Idle job queue DEFERTIME   0:05:00
DISKWEIGHT <INTEGER> 0 specifies the priority weight to be applied to the amount of dedicated disk space required per task by a job (in MB) RESWEIGHT  10
DISKWEIGHT      100

(if a job requires 12 tasks and 512 MB per task of dedicated local disk space, Maui will increase the job's priority by 10 * 100 * 12 * 512)

DISPLAYFLAGS one or more of the following values (space delimited)

NODECENTRIC

[NONE] specifies flags which control how maui client commands will display various information DISPLAYFLAGS NODECENTRIC
DOWNNODEDELAYTIME* [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 24:00:00 default time an unavailable node (Down or Drain) is marked unavailable DOWNNODEDELAYTIME 1:00:00

(Maui will assume 'down' nodes will be available 1 hour after they go down unless a system reservation is placed on the node)

ENABLEMULTINODEJOBS <BOOLEAN> TRUE specifies whether or not the scheduler will allow jobs to span more than one node ENABLEMULTINODEJOBS   FALSE
ENABLEMULTIREQJOBS <BOOLEAN> FALSE specifies whether or not the scheduler will allow jobs to specify multiple independent resource requests (i.e., pbs jobs with resource specifications such as '-l nodes=3:fast+1:io') ENABLEMULTIREQJOBS   TRUE
ENABLENEGJOBPRIORITY[X] <BOOLEAN> FALSE if set to TRUE, the scheduler will allow job priority value to range from -INFINITY to MMAX_PRIO, otherwise, job priority values are given a lower bound of '1'. (see REJECTNEGPRIOJOBS) ENABLENEGJOBPRIORITY TRUE

(Job priority may range from -INFINITY to MMAX_PRIO.)

FEATURENODETYPEHEADER <STRING> [NONE] specifies the header used to specify node type via node features (ie, LL features or PBS node attributes). FEATURENODETYPEHEADER xnt

(Maui will interpret all node features with the leading string xnt as a nodetype specification - as used by QBank and other allocation managers, and assign the associated value to the node. i.e., xntFast)

FEATUREPARTITIONHEADER <STRING> [NONE] specifies the header used to specify node partition via node features (ie, LL features or PBS node attributes). FEATUREPARTITIONHEADER xpt

(Maui will interpret all node features with the leading string xpt as a partition specification and assign the associated value to the node. i.e., xptGold)

FEATUREPROCSPEEDHEADER <STRING> [NONE] specifies the header used to extract node processor speed via node features (i.e., LL features or PBS node attributes).  NOTE: Adding a trailing '$' character will specifies that only features with a trailing number be interpreted. For example, the header 'sp$' will match 'sp450' but not 'sport' FEATUREPROCSPEEDHEADER xps

(Maui will interpret all node features with the leading string xps as a processor speed specification and assign the associated value to the node. i.e., xps950)

FEEDBACKPROGRAM <STRING> [NONE] specifies the name of the program to be run at the completion of each job.  If not fully qualified, Maui will attempt to locate this program in the 'tools' subdirectory. FEEDBACKPROGRAM /var/maui/fb.pl

(Maui will run the specified program at the completion of each job.)

FSACCOUNTWEIGHT <INTEGER> 0 specifies the weight assigned to the account subcomponent of the fairshare component of priority FSACCOUNTWEIGHT   10
FSCAP <DOUBLE> 0 (NO CAP) specifies the maximum allowed value for a job's total pre-weighted fairshare component FSCAP  10.0

(Maui will not allow a job's pre-weighted fairshare component to exceed 10.0,
ie, Priority = FSWEIGHT * MIN(FSCAP,FSFACTOR) + ...)

FSCONFIGFILE <STRING> fs.cfg

FSDECAY <DOUBLE> 1.0

FSDEPTH <INTEGER> 7 NOTE: The number of available fairshare windows is bounded by the MAX_FSDEPTH value (24 in Maui 3.2.6 and earlier, 32 in Maui 3.2.7 and later) FSDEPTH 12
FSGROUPWEIGHT <INTEGER> 0
FSGROUPWEIGHT 4
FSINTERVAL [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 24:00:00 specifies the length of each fairshare ' window ' FSINTERVAL 12:00:00
(track fairshare usage in 12 hour blocks)
FSPOLICY one of the following: DEDICATEDPS, DEDICATEDPES [NONE] specifies the unit of tracking fairshare usage.  DEDICATEDPS tracks dedicated processor seconds.  DEDICATEDPES tracks dedicated processor-equivalent seconds FSPOLICY  DEDICATEDPES

(Maui will track fairshare usage by dedicated process-equivalent seconds)

FSQOSWEIGHT <INTEGER> 0 specifies the priority weight assigned to the QOS fairshare subcomponent
FSUSERWEIGHT <INTEGER> 0 specifies the priority weight assigned to the user fairshare subfactor. FSUSERWEIGHT  8
FSWEIGHT <INTEGER> 0 specifies the priority weight assigned to the summation of the fairshare subfactors FSWEIGHT 500
GROUPCFG[<GROUPID>] list of zero or more space delimited <ATTR>=<VALUE> pairs where <ATTR> is one of the following:
PRIORITY, FSTARGET, QLIST, QDEF, PLIST , PDEF, FLAGS, or a fairness policy specification.
[NONE] specifies group specific attributes.   See the flag overview for a description of legal flag values.
GROUPCFG[staff] MAXJOB=50 QDEF=highprio

(up to 50 jobs submitted by members of the group staff will be allowed to execute simultaneously and will be assigned the QOS highprio by default.)

GROUPWEIGHT <INTEGER> 0 specifies the priority weight assigned to the specified group priority (See Cred Factor) GROUPWEIGHT   20
JOBAGGREGATIONTIME [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 0 specifies the minimum amount of time the scheduler should wait after receiving a job event until it should process that event.  This parameter allows sites with bursty job submissions to process job events in groups decreasing total job scheduling cycles and allowing the scheduler to make more intelligent choices by aggregating job submissions and choosing between the jobs. (See Considerations for Large Clusters ) JOBAGGREGATIONTIME 00:00:04 RMPOLLINTERVAL 00:00:30

The scheduler will wait 4 seconds between scheduling cycles when job events have been received and will wait 30 seconds between scheduling cycles otherwise

JOBMAXSTARTTIME [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS -1 (NO LIMIT) length of time a job is allowed to remain in a 'starting' state.  If a 'started' job does not transition to a running state within this amount of time, the scheduler will cancel the job, believing a system failure has occurred.  JOBMAXSTARTTIME   2:00:00

(jobs may attempt to start for up to 2 hours before being cancelled by the scheduler)

JOBMAXOVERRUN [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 0 amount of time Maui will allow a job to exceed its wallclock limit before it is terminated JOBMAXOVERRUN  1:00:00

(allow jobs to exceed their wallclock limit by up to 1 hour)

JOBNODEMATCHPOLICY zero or more of the following: EXACTNODE or EXACTPROC [NONE] specifies additional constraints on how compute nodes are to be selected. EXACTNODE indicates that Maui should select as many nodes as requested even if it could pack multiple tasks onto the same node.  EXACTPROC indicates that Maui should select only nodes with exactly the number of processors configured as are requested per node even if nodes with excess processors are available. JOBNODEMATCHPOLICY   EXACTNODE

(In a PBS job with resource specification 'nodes=<x>:ppn=<y>', Maui will allocate exactly <y> task on each of <x> distinct nodes.) 

JOBPRIOACCRUALPOLICY one of the following:  ALWAYS, FULLPOLICY, QUEUEPOLICY QUEUEPOLICY specifies how the dynamic aspects of a job's priority will be adjusted. ALWAYS indicates that the job will accrue queuetime based priority from the time it is submitted.  FULLPOLICY indicates that it will accrue priority only when it meets all queue AND run policies. QUEUEPOLICY indicates that it will accrue priority so long as it satisfies various queue policies, i.e. MAXJOBQUEUED. JOBPRIOACCRUALPOLICY   QUEUEPOLICY

(Maui will adjust the job's dynamic priority subcomponents, i.e., QUEUETIME, XFACTOR, and TARGETQUEUETIME, etc. each iteration that the job satisfies the associated 'QUEUE' policies such as MAXJOBQUEUED.) 

JOBSIZEPOLICY <N/A> [NONE] <N/A> <N/A>
JOBSYNCTIME [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]:SS 00:10:00 specifies the length of time after which Maui will sync up a job's expected state with an unexpected reported state.  IMPORTANT NOTE: Maui will not allow a job to run as long as its expected state does not match the state reported by the resource manager.  NOTE: this parameter is named JOBSYNCDEADLINE in Maui 3.0.5 and earlier JOBSYNCTIME   00:01:00
LOGDIR <STRING> log specifies the directory in which log files will be maintained.  If specified as a relative path, LOGDIR will be relative to $(MAUIHOMEDIR) (see Logging Overview ) LOGDIR /tmp

(Maui will record its log files directly into the /tmp directory)

LOGFACILITY colon delimited list of one or more of the following:   fCORE, fSCHED, fSOCK, fUI, fLL, fSDR , fCONFIG, fSTAT, fSIM, fSTRUCT, fFS, fCKPT, fBANK, fRM, fPBS, fWIKI, fALL fALL specifies which types of events to log (see Logging Overview ) LOGFACILITY   fRM:fPBS

(Maui will log only events involving general resource manager or PBS interface activities.)

LOGFILE <STRING> maui.log name of the maui log file.  This file is maintained in the directory pointed to by <LOGDIR> unless <LOGFILE> is an absolute path (see Logging Overview ) LOGFILE maui.test.log

(Log information will be written to the file maui.test.log located in the directory pointed to by the LOGDIR parameter)

LOGFILEMAXSIZE <INTEGER> 10000000 maximum allowed size (in bytes) the log file before it will be 'rolled' (see Logging Overview ) LOGFILEMAXSIZE  50000000

(Log files will be rolled when they reach 50 MB in size)

LOGFILEROLLDEPTH <INTEGER> 2 number of old log files to maintain (i.e., when full, maui.log will be renamed maui.log.1, maui.log.1 will be renamed maui.log.2, ... (see Logging Overview ) LOGFILEROLLDEPTH  5

(Maui will maintain the last 5 log files.)

LOGLEVEL <INTEGER> (0-9) 0 specifies the verbosity of Maui logging where 9 is the most verbose (NOTE: each logging level is approximately an order of magnitude more verbose than the previous level) (see Logging Overview ) LOGLEVEL 4

(Maui will write all Maui log messages with a threshold of 4 or lower to the 'maui.log' file)

MAXJOBPERUSERCOUNT <INTEGER>[,<INTEGER>] 0 (No Limit) maximum number of active jobs allowed at any given time.  (NOTE: This parameter is deprecated, see note).
MAXJOBQUEUEDPERUSERCOUNT <INTEGER>[,<INTEGER>] 0 (No Limit) maximum number of idle jobs which can be considered for scheduling and which can acquire 'system queue time' for increasing job priority.  (NOTE: This parameter is deprecated, see note).
MAXNODEPERUSERCOUNT <INTEGER>[,<INTEGER>] 0 (No Limit) maximum allowed total PE count which can be dedicated at any given time.  (NOTE: This parameter is deprecated, see note).
MAXPEPERUSERCOUNT <INTEGER>[,<INTEGER>] 0 (No Limit) maximum allowed total PE count which can be dedicated at any given time.  (NOTE: This parameter is deprecated, see note).
MAXPROCPERUSERCOUNT <INTEGER>[,<INTEGER>] 0 (No Limit) maximum allowed total processors which can be dedicated at any give time.  (NOTE: This parameter is deprecated, see note).
MAXPSPERUSER <INTEGER>[,<INTEGER>] 0 (No Limit) maximum allowed sum of outstanding dedicated processor-second obligations of all active jobs.  (NOTE: This parameter is deprecated, see note).
MAXWCPERUSER [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS[,[[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS] 0 (No Limit) maximum allowed sum of outstanding walltime limits of all active jobs.  NOTE:  only available in Maui 3.2 and higher.
MEMWEIGHT[X] <INTEGER> 0 specifies the coefficient to be multiplied by a job's MEM (dedicated memory in MB) factor RESWEIGHT[0] 10
MEMWEIGHT[0]      1000

(each job's priority will be increased by 10 * 1000 * its MEM factor)

NODEACCESSPOLICY one of the following: SHARED, SINGLEJOB, SINGLETASK , or SINGLEUSER SHARED specifies how node resources will be shared by various tasks (See the 'Node Access Overview ' for more information) NODEACCESSPOLICY SINGLEUSER

(Maui will allow resources on a node to be used by more than one job provided that the job's are all owned by the same user)

NODEALLOCATIONPOLICY one of the following: FIRSTAVAILABLE,
LASTAVAILABLE, MINRESOURCE, CPULOAD, PRIORITY, LOCAL, CONTIGUOUS, MAXBALANCE, or FASTEST
LASTAVAILABLE specifies how Maui should allocate available resources to jobs.  (See the Node Allocation section of the Admin manual for more information) NODEALLOCATIONPOLICY MINRESOURCE

(Maui will apply the node allocation policy 'MINRESOURCE' to all jobs by default) 

NODEAVAILABILITYPOLICY <POLICY>[:<RESOURCETPYE>] ...

where 
POLICY is one of COMBINED, DEDICATED, or UTILIZED
and
RESOURCETYPE is one of
PROC, MEM, SWAP, or DISK

COMBINED specifies how Maui will evaluate node availability on a per resource basis. (See the Node Availability section of the Admin manual for more information) NODEAVAILABILITYPOLICY  DEDICATED:PROCS COMBINED:MEM

(Maui will ignore resource utilization information in locating available processors for jobs but will use both dedicated and utilized memory information in determining memory availability) 


NODECFG[X] list of space delimited <ATTR>=<VALUE> pairs where <ATTR> is one of the following:
ACCESS, MAXJOB, MAXJOBPERUSER, MAXLOAD, FRAME , SLOT, SPEED, PROCSPEED, PARTITION, NODETYPE , FEATURES
[NONE] specifies node-specific attributes for the node indicated in the array field.  See the Node Configuration Overview for more information.  NODECFG[nodeA] MAXJOB=2 SPEED=1.2

(Maui will only only two simultaneous jobs to run on node 'nodeA ' and will assign a relative machine speed of 1.2 to this node.)


NODEDOWNSTATEDELAYTIME [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 0:00:00 length of time Maui will assume down, drained (offline), or corrupt nodes will remain unavailable for scheduling if a system reservation is not explicitly created for the node.   NOTE:  This parameter is enabled in Maui 3.0.7 and higher. NODEDOWNSTATEDELAYTIME  0:30:00

(Maui will assume down, drained, and corrupt nodes are not available for scheduling for at least 30 minutes from the current time.  Thus, these nodes will never be allocated to starting jobs.  Also, these nodes will only be available for reservations starting more than 30 minutes in the future.)


NODELOADPOLICY one of the following:  ADJUSTSTATE or ADJUSTPROCS ADJUSTSTATE specifies if a node's load affects its state or its available processors. ADJUSTSTATE tells Maui to mark the node busy when MAXLOAD is reached.  ADJUSTPROCS causes the node's available procs to be equivalent to MIN(ConfiguredProcs - DedicatedProcs,MaxLoad - CurrentLoad)  NOTE:  NODELOADPOLICY only affects a node if MAXLOAD has been set. NODELOADPOLICY  ADJUSTSTATE

(Maui will mark a node busy if its measured load exceeds its MAXLOAD setting)

NODEMAXLOAD <DOUBLE> 0.0 specifies that maximum load on a idle of running node.  If the node's load reaches or exceeds this value, Maui will mark the node 'busy' NODEMAXLOAD    0.75

(Maui will adjust the state of all Idle and Running nodes with a load >= .75 to the state 'Busy')

NODEPOLLFREQUENCY <INTEGER> 0 (Poll Always) specifies the number of scheduling iterations between scheduler initiated node manager queries. NODEPOLLFREQUENCY 5

(Maui will update node manager based information every 5 scheduling iterations) 

NODESETATTRIBUTE one of FEATURE, MEMORY, or PROCSPEED [NONE] specifies the type of node attribute by which node set boundaries will be established.  NOTE:  enabled in Maui 3.0.7 and higher.  (See Node Set Overview ) NODESETATTRIBUTE   PROCSPEED

(Maui will create node sets containing nodes with common processor speeds)


NODESETDELAY [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 0:00:00 specifies the length of time Maui will delay a job if adequate idle resources are available but not adequate resources within node set constraints. NOTE:  in Maui 3.2 and higher, setting NODESETDELAY to any non-zero value will force Maui to always use nodesets.  A value of zero will cause Maui to use nodesets on a best effort basis.   (See Node Set Overview) NODESETDELAY   0:00:00

(Maui will create node sets containing nodes with common processor speeds)


NODESETLIST <STRING> [NONE] specifies the list of node attribute values which will be considered for establishing node sets.  NOTE:  enabled in Maui 3.0.7 and higher.  (See Node Set Overview ) NODESETPOLICY     ONEOF
NODESETATTRIBUTE  FEATURE
NODESETLIST       switchA switchB

(Maui will allocate nodes to jobs either using only nodes with the 'switchA' feature or using only nodes with the 'switchB' feature.)


NODESETPOLICY one of ONEOF, FIRSTOF, or ANYOF [NONE] specifies how nodes will be allocated to the job from the various node set generated. NOTE:  enabled in Maui 3.0.7 and higher.  (See Node Set Overview ) NODESETPOLICY    ONEOF
NODESETATTRIBUTE NETWORK

(Maui will create node sets containing nodes with common network interfaces)


NODESETPRIORITYTYPE one of BESTFIT, WORSTFIT, BESTRESOURCE, or MINLOSS MINLOSS specifies how resource sets will be selected when more than one feasible resource can can be found.   NOTE:  This parameter is available in Maui 3.0.7 and higher.  (See Node Set Overview ) NODESETPRIORITYTYPE BESTRESOURCE
NODESETATTRIBUTE    PROCSPEED

(Maui will select the resource set containing the fastest nodes available)


NODESETTOLERANCE <FLOAT> 0.0 (Exact match only) specifies the tolerance for selection of mixed processor speed nodes.  A tolerance of X allows a range of processors to be selected subject to the constraint

(Speed.Max - Speed.Min) / Speed.Min <= X

NOTE:  Tolerances are only applicable when NODESETFEATURE is set to PROCSPEED.  This parameter is available in Maui 3.0.7 and higher.
(See Node Set Overview )

NODESETATTRIBUTE PROCSPEED
NODESETTOLERANCE 0.5

(Maui will only allocate nodes with up to a 50% procspeed difference.)


NODESYNCTIME [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 00:10:00 specifies the length of time after which Maui will sync up a node's expected state with an unexpected reported state.  IMPORTANT NOTE: Maui will not start new jobs on a node with an expected state which does not match the state reported by the resource manager.  NOTE: this parameter is named NODESYNCDEADLINE in Maui 3.0.5 and earlier. NODESYNCTIME 1:00:00
NODEWEIGHT <INTEGER> 0 specifies the weight which will be applied to a job's requested node count before this value is added to the job's cumulative priority. NOTE :  this weight currently only applies when a nodecount is specified by the user job.  If the job only specifies tasks or processors, no node factor will be applied to the job's total priority.  (This will be rectified in future versions.) NODEWEIGHT 1000
NOTIFICATIONPROGRAM <STRING> [NONE] specifies the name of the program to handle all notification call-outs NOTIFICATIONPROGRAM   tools/notifyme.pl
PEWEIGHT[X] <INTEGER> 0 specifies the coefficient to be multiplied by a job's PE (processor equivalent) priority factor RESWEIGHT[0] 10
PEWEIGHT[0]       100

(each job's priority will be increased by 10 * 100 * its PE factor)

PLOTMAXPROC <INTEGER> 512 specifies the maximum number of processors requested by jobs to be displayed in matrix outputs (as displayed by the showgrid or profiler commands) PLOTMINPROC 1
PLOTMAXPROC 1024

(each matrix output will display data in rows for jobs requesting between 1 and 1024 processors)

PLOTMAXTIME [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 68:00:00 specifies the maximum duration of jobs to be displayed in matrix outputs (as displayed by the showgrid or profiler commands) PLOTMINTIME 1:00:00
PLOTMAXTIME 64:00:00

(each matrix output will display data in columns for jobs requesting between 1 and 64 hours of run time)

PLOTMINPROC <INTEGER> 1 specifies the minimum number of processors requested by jobs to be displayed in matrix outputs (as displayed by the showgrid or profiler commands) PLOTMINPROC 1
PLOTMAXPROC 1024

(each matrix output will display data in rows for jobs requesting between 1 and 1024 processors)

PLOTMINTIME [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 00:02:00 specifies the minimum duration of jobs to be displayed in matrix outputs (as displayed by the showgrid or profiler commands) PLOTMINTIME 1:00:00
PLOTMAXTIME 64:00:00

(each matrix output will display data in columns for jobs requesting between 1 and 64 hours of run time)

PLOTPROCSCALE <INTEGER> 9 specifies the number of rows into which the range of processors requested per job will be divided when displayed in matrix outputs (as displayed by the showgrid or profiler commands) PLOTMINPROC 1
PLOTMAXPROC 1024
PLOTPROCSCALE 10

(each matrix output will display job data divided into 10 rows which are evenly spaced geometrically covering the range of jobs requesting between 1 and 1024 processors)

PLOTTIMESCALE <INTEGER> 11 specifies the number of columns into which the range of job durations will be divided when displayed in matrix outputs (as displayed by the showgrid or profiler commands) PLOTMINTIME 2:00:00
PLOTMAXTIME 32:00:00
PLOTTIMESCALE 5

(each matrix output will display job data divided into 5 columns which are evenly spaced geometrically covering the range of jobs requesting between 2 and 32 hours, i.e., display columns for 2, 4, 8, 16, and 32 hours of walltime)

PREEMPTPOLICY one of the following:
REQUEUE, SUSPEND, CHECKPOINT
REQUEUE specifies how preemptible jobs will be preempted (Available in Maui 3.2.2 and higher) PREEMPTPOLICY  CHECKPOINT

(jobs that are to be preempted will be checkpointed and restarted at a later time)


PROCWEIGHT[X] <INTEGER> 0 specifies the coefficient to be multiplied by a job's requested processor count priority factor PROCWEIGHT   2500
PURGETIME [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 0 The amount of time Maui will keep a job or node record for an object no longer reported by the resource manager.  Useful when using a resource manager which 'drops' information about a node or job due to internal failures. NOTE: In Maui 3.2.0 an higher, this parameter is superseded by JOBPURGETIME and NODEPURGETIME PURGETIME   00:05:00

(Maui will maintain a job or node record for 5 minutes after the last update regarding that object received from the resource manager.)

QOSCFG[<QOSID>] list of zero or more space delimited <ATTR>=<VALUE> pairs where <ATTR> is one of the following:
PRIORITY, FSTARGET, QTWEIGHT, QTTARGET, XFWEIGHT, XFTARGET, PLIST, PDEF, QFLAGS, or a fairness policy specification.
[NONE] specifies QOS specific attributes.   See the flag overview for a description of legal flag values.
NOTE: Available in Maui 3.0.6 and higher.   QOSCFG supersedes QOSNAME, QOSPRIORITY, QOSFLAGS, and other 'QOS*' parameters.
QOSCFG[commercial]  PRIORITY=1000  MAXJOB=4  MAXPROCS=80

(The scheduler will increase the priority of jobs using QOS commercial, and will allow up to 4 simultaneous QOS commercial jobs with up to 80 total allocated processors.) 

QOSFEATURES[X] one or more node feature values or [ANY] [ANY] specifies which node features must be present on resources allocated to jobs of the associated QOS. This parameter takes a QOS name as an array index. QOSFEATURES[2] wide interactive

(jobs with a QOS value of 2 may only run on nodes with the feature 'wide' AND the feature 'interactive' set)

QOSFLAGS[X] one or more of the following (space delimited) 
IGNJOBPERUSER, IGNPROCPERUSER, IGNNODEPERUSER, IGNPSPERUSER, IGNJOBQUEUEDPERUSER, IGNJOBPERGROUP, IGNPROCPERGROUP, IGNPSPERGROUP, IGNJOBQUEUEDPERGROUP, IGNJOBPERACCOUNT, IGNPROCPERACCOUNT, IGNPSPERACCOUNT, IGNJOBQUEUEDPERACCOUNT, IGNSYSMAXPROC, IGNSYSMAXTIME, IGNSYSMAXPS, IGNSRMAXTIME, IGNUSER, IGNGROUP, IGNACCOUNT, IGNSYSTEM, IGNALL, PREEMPT, DEDICATED, RESERVEALWAYS, USERESERVED, NOBF, NORESERVATION, RESTARTPREEMPT 
[NONE] specifies the attributes of the corresponding QOS value See the Admin Manual QOS Overview section for details (NOTE: some flags are only supported under Maui 3.1 and later) QOSFLAGS[1] ADVRES IGNMAXJOBPERUSER

(jobs with a QOS value of 1 must run in an advance reservation and can ignore the MAXJOBPERUSER policy)

QOSPRIORITY[X] <INTEGER> 0 specifies the priority associated with this QOS (NOTE: only used in Maui 3.0.x) QOSPRIORITY[2]  1000

(set the priority of QOS 2 to 1000)

QOSQTTARGET[X] [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS [NONE] specifies the target job queuetime associated with this QOS QOSQTTARGET   2:00:00
QOSQTWEIGHT[X] <INTEGER> 0 specifies the 'per QOS' queue time priority weight QOSQTWEIGHT    5
QOSXFTARGET[X] <DOUBLE> [NONE] specifies the expansion factor target used in a job's 'Target Factor' priority calculation QOSWEIGHT[3]    10
QOSXFTARGET[3]  5.0

(jobs requesting a QOS of 3 will have their priority grow exponentially as the job's minimum expansion factor approaches 5.0)

QOSXFWEIGHT[X] <INTEGER> 0 specifies the weight which will be added to the base XFWEIGHT for all jobs using QOS 'X' XFACTORWEIGHT[0]    100
QOSXFWEIGHT[2] 1000

(jobs using QOS '2' will have an effective XFACTORWEIGHT of 1100 while jobs using other QOS's will have an XFACTORWEIGHT of 100)

QUEUETIMECAP[X] <DOUBLE> 0  (NO CAP) specifies the maximum allowed pre-weighted queuetime priority factor. QUEUETIMECAP[0]    10000
QUEUETIMEWEIGHT[0] 10

(a job that has been queued for 40 minutes will have its queuetime priority factor calculated as 'Priority = QUEUETIMEWEIGHT * MIN(10000,40)')

QUEUETIMEWEIGHT[X] <INTEGER> 1 specifies multiplier applied to a job's queue time (in minutes) to determine the job's queuetime priority factor QUEUETIMEWEIGHT[0] 20

(a job that has been queued for 4:20:00 will have a queuetime priority factor of 20 * 260)

REJECTNEGPRIOJOBS[X] <BOOLEAN> TRUE if enabled, the scheduler will refuse to start any job with a negative priority. (see ENABLENEGJOBPRIORITY)
ENABLENEGJOBPRIORITY TRUE 
REJECTNEGPRIOJOBS    TRUE

(Any job with a priority less than 0 will be rejected)

RESCTLPOLICY one of the following:
ADMINONLY, ANY
ADMINONLY specifies who can create admin reservations (Available in Maui 3.2 and higher) RESCTLPOLICY  ANY

(any valid user can create an arbitrary admin reservation)

RESDEPTH <INTEGER> 24 specifies the maximum number of reservations which can be on any single node. IMPORTANT NOTE: on large way SMP systems, this value often must be increased. To be on the safe side, this value should be approximately twice the average sum of admin, standing, and job reservations present. RESDEPTH 64
RESERVATIONDEPTH[X] <INTEGER> 1 specifies how many priority reservations are allowed in the associated reservation stack RESERVATIONDEPTH[0] 4
RESERVATIONQOSLIST[0] 1 3 5

(jobs with QOS values of 1, 3, or 5 can have a cumulative total of up to 4 priority reservations)

RESERVATIONPOLICY one of the following: CURRENTHIGHEST, HIGHEST, NEVER CURRENTHIGHEST specifies how Maui reservations will be handled. (See also RESERVATIONDEPTH ) RESERVATIONPOLICY CURRENTHIGHEST
RESERVATIONDEPTH 2

(Maui will maintain reservations for only the two currently highest priority jobs)

RESERVATIONQOSLIST[X] one or more QOS values or [ALL] [ALL] specifies which QOS levels have access to the associated reservation stack RESERVATIONDEPTH[0] 4
RESERVATIONQOSLIST[0] 1 3 5

(jobs with QOS values of 1, 3, or 5 can have a cumulative total of up to 4 priority reservations)

RESERVATIONRETRYTIME[X] [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 0 Period of time Maui will continue to attempt to start a job in a reservation when job start failures are detected due to resource manager corruption
RESCAP[X] <DOUBLE> 0  (NO CAP) specifies the maximum allowed pre-weighted job resource priority factor RESCAP[0] 1000

(The total resource priority factor component of a job's priority will not be allowed to exceed 1000, i.e., 'Priority = RESWEIGHT * MIN(RESCAP,<RESOURCEFACTOR>) + ...)

RESOURCELIMITPOLICY <RESOURCE>:<POLICY>:<ACTION> [:<VIOLATIONTIME>]...

where RESOURCE is one of PROC, DISK, SWAP, or MEM, where POLICY is one of ALWAYS or EXTENDEDVIOLATIONand where ACTION is one of CANCEL, REQUEUE, or SUSPEND

no limit enforcement specifies how the scheduler should handle jobs which utilize more resources than they request.  NOTE:  Only available in Maui 3.2 and higher. RESOURCELIMITPOLICY  MEM:ALWAYS:CANCEL

(Maui will cancel all jobs which exceed their requested memory limits.)

RESWEIGHT[X] <INTEGER> 0 all resource priority components are multiplied by this value before being added to the total job priority. RESWEIGHT[0]   5
MEMORYWEIGHT[0]     10
PROCWEIGHT[0]       100
SWAPWEIGHT[0]       0
RESCAP[0]      2000

(the job priority resource factor will be calculated as MIN(2000,5 * (10 * JobMemory + 100 * JobProc)))

RMAUTHTYPE[X] one of CHECKSUM, PKI, or SECUREPORT CHECKSUM specifies the security protocol to be used in scheduler-resource manager communication.  NOTE: deprecated in Maui 3.2 - use RMCFG RMAUTHTYPE[0]  CHECKSUM

(The scheduler will require a secure checksum associated with each resource manager message)


RMCFG one or more key-value pairs as described in the Resource Manager Configuration Overview N/A specifies the interface and policy configuration for the scheduler-resource manager interface.  Described in detail in the Resource Manager Configuration Overview RMCFG[bank] TYPE=PBS

(the PBS server will be used for resource management)

RMNMPORT[X] <INTEGER> (any valid port number) specifies a non-default RM node manager through which extended node attribute information may be obtained.  NOTE: deprecated in Maui 3.2 - use RMCFG RMNMPORT[0]   13001

(Maui will contact the node manager located on each compute node at port 13001)

RMPOLLINTERVAL [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 00:01:00 specifies interval between RM polls RMPOLLINTERVAL 60

(Maui will refresh its resource manager information every 60 seconds.  NOTE:  this parameter specifies the global poll interval for all resource managers)

RMPORT[X] <INTEGER> 0 specifies the port on which Maui should contact the associated resource manager.  The value '0' specifies to use the appropriate default port for the resource manager type selected.  NOTE: deprecated in Maui 3.2 - use RMCFG RMTYPE[0] PBS
RMHOST[0] cws
RMPORT[0] 20001

(Maui will attempt to contact the PBS server daemon on host cws, port 20001)

RMSERVER[X] <HOSTNAME> [NONE] specifies the host on which Maui should contact the associated resource manager.  An empty value specifies to use the default hostname for the resource manager selected.  NOTE:  this parameter is renamed RMHOST in Maui 3.0.6 and higher.  NOTE: deprecated in Maui 3.2 - use RMCFG RMTYPE[0] LL2
RMHOST[0] 
RMPORT[0] 0

(Maui will attempt to contact the Loadleveler version 2 Negotiator daemon on the default host and port, as specified in the LL config files)

RMTIMEOUT[X] <INTEGER> 15 seconds maui will wait for a response from the associated resource manager.  NOTE: deprecated in Maui 3.2 - use RMCFG RMTIMEOUT[1] 30

(The scheduler will wait 30 seconds to receive a response from resource manager '1' before timing out and giving up.  The scheduler will try again on the next iteration.)

RMTYPE[X] <RMTYPE>[:<RMSUBTYPE>] where <RMTYPE is one of the following: LL, PBS, or WIKI and <RMSUBTYPE> is one of RMS LL specifies type of resource manager to be contacted by Maui.  NOTE:  for RMTYPE WIKI, RMAUTHTYPE must be set to CHECKSUM.  NOTE: deprecated in Maui 3.2 - use RMCFG. RMTYPE[0] PBS
RMHOST[0] cluster1
RMPORT[0] 15003
RMTYPE[1] PBS
RMHOST[1] cluster2
RMPORT[1] 15004

(Maui will interface to two different PBS resource managers, one located on server cluster1 at port 15003 and one located on server cluster2 at port 15004)

SERVERHOST <HOSTNAME> [NONE] hostname of machine on which maui will run.  NOTE:  this parameter MUST be  specified. SERVERHOST geronimo.scc.edu

(Maui will execute on the host geronimo.scc.edu)

SERVERMODE one of the following:
NORMAL, TEST, or SIMULATION
NORMAL specifies how Maui interacts with the outside world.  See <Testing> for more information SERVERMODE SIMULATION
SERVERNAME <STRING> <SERVERHOST> specifies the name the scheduler will use to refer to itself in communication with peer daemons SERVERNAME  mauiA
SERVERPORT <INTEGER> (range: 1-64000) 40559 port on which maui will open its user interface socket SERVERPORT 30003

(Maui will listen for client socket connections on port 30003)

SIMAUTOSHUTDOWN <BOOLEAN> TRUE if TRUE, the scheduler will end simulations when the active queue and idle queue become empty SIMAUTOSHUTDOWN ON

(The scheduler simulation will end as soon as there are no jobs running and no idle jobs which could run)

SIMCPUSCALINGPERCENT <INTEGER> 100 (no scaling) specifies whether to increase or decrease the runtime and wallclock limit of each job in the workload trace file.
SIMDEFAULTJOBFLAGS zero or more of the following:
ADVRES, HOSTLIST, RESTARTABLE, PREEMPTEE , DEDICATED, PREEMPTOR
[NONE] cause Maui to force the specified job flags on all jobs supplied in the workload trace file SIMDEFAULTJOBFLAGS DEDICATED

(Maui will set the 'DEDICATED' job flag on all jobs loaded from the workload trace file)

SIMEXITITERATION <INTEGER> 0 (no exit iteration) iteration on which a Maui simulation will create a simulation summary and exit. SIMEXITITERATION  36000
SIMFLAGS zero or more of the following:
IGNHOSTLIST, IGNCLASS, IGNQOS, IGNMODE, IGNFEATURES
[NONE] controls how Maui handles trace based information SIMFLAGS IGNHOSTLIST

(Maui will ignore hostlist information specified in the workload trace file)

SIMIGNOREJOBFLAGS zero or more of the following:
ADVRES, HOSTLIST, RESTARTABLE, PREEMPTEE , DEDICATED, PREEMPTOR
[NONE] cause Maui to ignore specified job flags if supplied in the workload trace file SIMIGNOREJOBFLAGS DEDICATED

(Maui will ignore the 'DEDICATED' job flag if specified in any job trace)

SIMINITIALQUEUEDEPTH <INTEGER> 16 specifies how many jobs the simulator will initially place in the idle job queue SIMINITIALQUEUEDEPTH  64
SIMJOBSUBMISSIONPOLICY CONSTANTJOBDEPTH

(Maui will initially place 64 idle jobs in the queue and, because of the specified queue policy, will attempt to maintain this many jobs in the idle queue throughout the duration of the simulation)

SIMJOBSUBMISSIONPOLICY one of the following:
NORMAL, CONSTANTJOBDEPTH, or CONSTANTPSDEPTH
CONSTANTJOBDEPTH specifies how the simulator will submit new jobs into the idle queue.  (NORMAL mode causes jobs to be submitted at the time recorded in the workload trace file, CONSTANTJOBDEPTH and CONSTANTPSDEPTH attempt to maintain an idle queue of <SIMINITIALQUEUEDEPTH> jobs and procseconds respectively) SIMJOBSUBMISSIONPOLICY   NORMAL

(Maui will submit jobs with the relative time distribution specified in the workload trace file.)

SIMNODECONFIGURATION one of the following:
UNIFORM or NORMAL
NORMAL specifies whether or not maui will filter nodes based on resource configuration while running a simulation
SIMNODECOUNT <INTEGER> 0 (no limit) specifies the maximum number of nodes maui will load from the simulation resource file
SIMRESOURCETRACEFILE <STRING> traces/resource.trace specifies the file from which maui will obtain node information when running in simulation mode.  Maui will attempt to locate the file relative to <MAUIHOMEDIR> unless specified as an absolute path SIMRESOURCETRACEFILE traces/nodes.1

(Maui will obtain node traces when running in simulation mode from the <MAUIHOMEDIR>/traces/nodes.1 file)

SIMRMRANDOMDELAY <INTEGER> 0 specifies the random delay added to the RM command base delay accumulated when making any resource manager call in simulation mode SIMRMRANDOMDELAY  5

(Maui will add a random delay of between 0 and 5 seconds to the simulated time delay of all RM calls)

SIMSTOPITERATION <INTEGER> 0 (no stop iteration) specifies on which scheduling iteration a maui simulation will stop and was for a command to resume scheduling SIMSTOPITERATION 1

(Maui should stop after the first iteration of simulated scheduling and wait for admin commands)

SIMTIMERATIO <INTEGER> 0 (no time ratio) determines wall time speedup.  Simulated Maui time will advance <SIMTIMERATIO> * faster than real wall time. SIMTIMERATIO   10

(Maui simulation time will advance 10 times faster than real world wall time.  For example, in 1 hour, Maui will process 10 hours of simulated workload)

SIMWORKLOADTRACEFILE <STRING> traces/workload.trace specifies the file from which maui will obtain job information when running in simulation mode.  Maui will attempt to locate the file relative to <MAUIHOMEDIR> unless specified as an absolute path SIMWORKLOADTRACEFILE  traces/jobs.2

(Maui will obtain job traces when running in simulation mode from the <MAUIHOMEDIR>/traces/jobs.2 file)

SRACCESS[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2 and higher
Refer to SRCFG
DEDICATED or SHARED DEDICATED If set to SHARED, allows a standing reservation to utilize resources already allocated to other non-job reservations. Otherwise, these other reservations will block resource access. (See Managing Reservations ) SRACCESS[test] SHARED

(Standing reservation 'test' may access resources allocated to existing standing and administrative reservations) 

SRACCOUNTLIST[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2 and higher
Refer to SRCFG
list of valid account names [NONE] specifies that jobs with the associated accounts may use the resources contained within this reservation SRACCOUNTLIST[1] ops staff

(jobs using the account ops or staff are granted access to the resources in standing reservation '1')

SRCHARGEACCOUNT[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2 and higher
Refer to SRCFG
any valid accountname [NONE] specifies the account to which maui will charge all idle cycles within the reservation (via the allocation bank) SRCHARGEACCOUNT[test] steve

(The scheduler will charge all idle cycles within reservations supporting standing reservation test to user 'steve')

SRCFG[X] one or more of the following <ATTR>=<VALUE> pairs
ACCESS
ACCOUNTLIST
CHARGEACCOUNT
CLASSLIST
DAYS
DEPTH
ENDTIME
FLAGS
GROUPLIST
HOSTLIST
JOBATTRLIST
NODEFEATURES
OWNER
PARTITION
PERIOD
PRIORITY
QOSLIST
RESOURCES
STARTTIME
TASKCOUNT
TIMELIMIT
TPN
TRIGGER
USERLIST

NOTE:  HOSTLIST and ACL list values must be comma delimited. (i.e., HOSTLIST=nodeA,nodeB)
[NONE] specifies attributes of a standing reservation.  Available in Maui 3.2 and higher.  See Managing Reservations for details. SRCFG[fast] STARTTIME=9:00:00 ENDTIME=15:00:00
SRCFG[fast] HOSTLIST=node0[1-4]$
SRCFG[fast] QOSLIST=high:low

(Maui will create a standing reservation running from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM on nodes 1 through 4 accessible by jobs with QOS high or low.)


SRCLASSLIST[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
list of valid class names [NONE] specifies that jobs requiring any of these classes may use the resources contained within this reservation SRCLASSLIST[2] interactive

(maui will allow all jobs requiring any of the classes listed access to the resources reserved by standing reservation '2')

SRDAYS[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
one or more of the following (space delimited)
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun,
or [ALL]
[ALL] specifies which days of the week the standing reservation will be active SRDAYS[1] Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

(standing reservation '1' will be active on Monday thru Friday)

SRDEPTH[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
<INTEGER> 2 specifies the number of standing reservations which will be created (one per day) SRDEPTH[1] 7 

(specifies that standing reservations will be created for standing reservation '1' for today, and the next 6 days)

SRENDTIME[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
[[HH:]MM:]SS 24:00:00 specifies the  time of day the standing reservation becomes inactive SRSTARTTIME[2] 8:00:00
SRENDTIME[2] 17:00:00

(standing reservation '2' is active from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM)

SRFEATURES[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
Replaced with NODEFEATURES
space delimited list of node features [NONE] specifies the required node features for nodes which will be part of the standing reservation SRFEATURES[3] wide fddi

(all nodes used in the standing reservation must have both the 'wide' and 'fddi' node attributes)

SRFLAGS
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
colon delimited list of zero or more of the following flags:
SINGLEUSE*
BYNAME
PREEMPTEE*
TIMEFLEX*
FORCE

[NONE] specifies special reservation attributes.  See Managing Reservations for details. SRFLAGS[1]  BYNAME

(Jobs may only access the resources within this reservation if they explicitly request the reservation 'by name'


SRGROUPLIST[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
one or more space delimited group names [ALL] specifies the groups which will be allowed access to this standing reservation SRGROUPLIST[1] staff ops special
SRCLASSLIST[1] interactive

(Maui will allow jobs with the listed group ID's or which request the job class 'interactive' to use the resources covered by standing reservation 1.)

SRHOSTLIST[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
one or more space delimited host names [ALL] specifies the set of host from which Maui can search for resources to satisfy the reservation.  If SRTASKCOUNT is also specified, only <SRTASKCOUNT> tasks will be reserved.  Otherwise, all hosts listed will be reserved. SRHOSTLIST[3] node001 node002 node003
SRRESOURCES[3]  PROCS=2;MEM=512
SRTASKCOUNT[3] 2

(Maui will reserve 2 tasks - with 2 processors and 512 MB each, using resources located on node001, node002, and/or node003)

SRMAXTIME[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
Replaced with TIMELIMIT
[[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS -1 (no time based access) specifies the maximum allowed overlap between a the standing reservation and a job requesting resource access SRMAXTIME[6] 1:00:00

(Maui will allow jobs to access up to one hour of resources in standing reservation 6)

SRNAME[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
SRNAME should no longer be used
<STRING> [NONE] specifies name of standing reservation <X> SRNAME[1] interactive

(The name of standing reservation '1' is 'interactive')

SRPARTITION[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
<STRING> [ALL] specifies the partition in which the standing reservation should be created SRPARTITION[0] OLD

(only select resource for standing reservation 0 in partition 'OLD')

SRPERIOD[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
one of DAY, WEEK, or INFINITY DAY specifies the periodicity of the standing reservation SRPERIOD[1]   WEEK

(each standing reservation covers a one week period)

SRQOSLIST[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
zero or more valid QOS names [NONE] specifies that jobs with the listed QOS names can access the reserved resources SRQOSLIST[1] 1 3 4 5

(maui will allow jobs using QOS 1, 3, 4, and 5 to use the reserved resources)

SRRESOURCES[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
semicolon delimited <ATTR>=<VALUE> pairs PROCS=-1  (All processors available on node) specifies what resources constitute a single standing reservation task.  (each task must be able to obtain all of its resources as an atomic unit on a single node)  Supported resources currently include the following:

PROCS (number of processors)
MEM (real memory in MB)
DISK (local disk in MB)
SWAP (virtual memory in MB)

SRRESOURCES[1] PROCS=1;MEM=512

(each standing reservation task will reserve one processor and 512 MB of real memory)

SRSTARTTIME[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
[[HH:]MM:]SS 00:00:00 specifies the time of day the standing reservation becomes active SRSTARTTIME[1] 08:00:00
SRENDTIME[1]   17:00:00

(standing reservation '1' is active from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM)

SRTASKCOUNT[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
<INTEGER> 0 specifies how may tasks should be reserved for the reservation SRRESOURCES[2] PROCS=1;MEM=256
SRTASKCOUNT[2] 16

(standing reservation '2'  will reserve 16 tasks worth of resources, in this case, 16 procs and 4 GB of real memory)

SRTIMELOGIC[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
AND or OR OR specifies how SRMAXTIME access status will be combined with other standing reservation access methods to determine job access.  If SRTIMELOGIC is set to OR, a job is granted access to the reserved resources if it meets the MAXTIME criteria or any other access criteria (i.e., SRUSERLIST)  If SRTIMELOGIC is set to AND, a job is granted access to the reserved resources only if it meets the MAXTIME criteria and at least on other access criteria SRMAXTIME[5]   1:00:00
SRUSERLIST[5]  carol charles
SRTIMELOGIC[5] AND

(Maui will allow jobs from users carol and charles to use up to one hour of resources in standing reservation 5)

SRTPN[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
<INTEGER> 0 (no TPN constraint) specifies the minimum number of tasks per node which must be available on eligible nodes. SRTPN[2]  4
SRRESOURCES[2] PROCS=2;MEM=256

(Maui must locate at least 4 tasks on each node that is to be part of the reservation.  That is, each node included in standing reservation '2' must have at least 8 processors and 1 GB of memory available)

SRUSERLIST[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
space delimited list of users [NONE] specifies which users have access to the resources reserved by this reservation SRUSERLIST[1] bob joe mary

(users bob, joe and mary can all access the resources reserved within this reservation) 

SRWENDTIME[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
[[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 7:00:00:00 specifies the week offset at which the stand reservation should end SRSTARTTIME[1] 1:08:00:00
SRENDTIME[1]  5:17:00:00

(standing reservation '1' will run from Monday 8:00 AM to Friday 5:00 PM)

SRWSTARTTIME[X]
Deprecated in Maui 3.2
Refer to SRCFG
[[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 0:00:00:00 specifies the week offset at which the standing reservation should start SRSTARTTIME[1] 1:08:00:00
SRENDTIME[1]   5:17:00:00

(standing reservation '1' will run from Monday 8:00 AM to Friday 5:00 PM)

STATDIR <STRING> stats specifies the directory in which Maui statistics will be maintained  STATDIR   /var/adm/maui/stats
SYSCFG list of zero or more space delimited <ATTR>=<VALUE> pairs where <ATTR> is one of the following:
PRIORITY, FSTARGET, QLIST, QDEF, PLIST , PDEF, FLAGS, or a fairness policy specification.
[NONE] specifies system-wide default attributes.   See the Attribute/Flag Overview for more information.
SYSCFG PLIST=Partition1 QDEF=highprio

(by default, all jobs will have access to partition Partition1 and will use the QOS highprio)
 


SWAPWEIGHT <INTEGER> 0 specifies the priority weight assigned to the virtual memory request of a job SWAPWEIGHT    10
SYSTEMDEFAULTJOBWALLTIME [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS 10:00:00:00 specifies the walltime for jobs which do not explicitly set this value SYSTEMDEFAULTJOBWALLTIME 1:00:00:00

(Maui will assign a wallclock limit of 1 day to jobs which do not explicitly specify a wallclock limit)

SYSTEMMAXPROCPERJOB <INTEGER> -1 (NO LIMIT) specifies the maximum number of processors that can be requested by any single job SYSTEMMAXJOBPROC 256

(Maui will reject jobs requesting more than 256 processors)

SYSTEMMAXPROCSECONDPERJOB <INTEGER> -1 (NO LIMIT) specifies the maximum number of proc-seconds that can be requested by any single job SYSTEMMAXJOBPROCSECOND 86400

(Maui will reject jobs requesting more than 86400 procs seconds.  i.e., 64 processors * 30 minutes will be rejected, while a 2 processor * 12 hour job will be allowed to run)

SYSTEMMAXJOBWALLTIME [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS -1 (NO LIMIT) specifies the maximum amount of wallclock time that can be requested by any single job SYSTEMMAXJOBWALLTIME 1:00:00:00

(Maui will reject jobs requesting more than one day of walltime)

TARGWEIGHT <INTEGER> 0 specifies the weight to be applied to a job's queuetime and expansion factor target components TARGETWEIGHT   1000
TASKDISTRIBUTIONPOLICY one of DEFAULT or LOCAL DEFAULT specifies how job tasks should be mapped to allocated resources. TASKDISTRIBUTIONPOLICY DEFAULT

(Maui should use standard task distribution algorithms)


TRAPFUNCTION <STRING> [NONE] specifies the functions to be trapped TRAPFUNCTION UpdateNodeUtilization|GetNodeSResTime
TRAPJOB <STRING> [NONE] specifies the jobs to be trapped TRAPJOB buffy.0023.0
TRAPNODE <STRING> [NONE] specifies the nodes to be trapped TRAPNODE node001|node004|node005
TRAPRES <STRING> [NONE] specifies the reservations to be trapped TRAPRES interactive.0.1
USAGEWEIGHT <INTEGER> 0 specifies the weight assigned to the percent and total job usage subfactors USAGEWEIGHT    100
USAGEPERCENTWEIGHT <INTEGER>


USEMACHINESPEED ON or OFF OFF specifies whether or not job wallclock limits should be scaled by the machine speed of the node(s) they are running on. USEMACHINESPEED ON

(job <X> specifying a wallclock limit of 1:00:00 would be given only 40 minutes to run if started on a node with a machine speed of 1.5) 

USERCFG[<USERID>] list of zero or more space delimited <ATTR>=<VALUE> pairs where <ATTR> is one of the following:
PRIORITY, FSTARGET, QLIST, QDEF, PLIST , PDEF, FLAGS, or a fairness policy specification.
[NONE] specifies user specific attributes.   See the flag overview for a description of legal flag values.
USERCFG[john] MAXJOB=50 QDEF=highprio

(up to 50 jobs submitted under the user ID john will be allowed to execute simultaneously and will be assigned the QOS highprio by default.)

USERWEIGHT <INTEGER> 0 specifies the weight assigned to the specified user priority (see Credential Priority Factor ) USERWEIGHT   100
USESYSTEMQUEUETIME ON or OFF OFF specifies whether or not job prioritization should be based on the time the job has been eligible to run, i.e., idle and meets all fairness policies (ON) or the time the job has been idle (OFF).  NOTE: In Maui 3.0.8 and higher, this parameter has been superseded by the JOBPRIOACCRUALPOLICY parameter. USESYSTEMQUEUETIME OFF

(the queuetime and expansion factor components of a job's priority will be calculated based on the length of time the job has been in the idle state.)
(See QUEUETIMEFACTOR for more info)

WCVIOLATIONACTION <one of CANCEL or PREEMPT> CANCEL specifies the action to take when a job exceeds its wallclock limit. If set to cancel, the job will be terminated. If set to PREEMPT, the action defined by PREEMPTPOLICY parameter will be taken. WCVIOLATIONACTION   PREEMPT
PREEMPTPOLICY   REQUEUE

(Maui will requeue jobs which exceed their wallclock limit)

XFACTORCAP <DOUBLE> 0 (NO CAP) specifies the maximum total pre-weighted contribution to job priority which can be contributed by the expansion factor component.  This value is specified as an absolute priority value, not as a percent. XFACTORCAP    10000

(Maui will not allow a job's pre-weighted XFactor priority component to exceed the value 10000)

XFMINWCLIMIT [[[DD:]HH:]MM:]SS -1 (NO LIMIT) specifies the minimum job wallclock limit that will be considered in job expansion factor priority calculations XFMINWCLIMIT 0:01:00

(jobs requesting less than one minute of wallclock time will be treated as if their wallclock limit was set to one minute when determining expansion factor for priority calculations)

XFACTORWEIGHT <INTEGER> 0 specifies the weight to be applied to a job's minimum expansion factor before it is added to the job's cumulative priority XFACTORWEIGHT   1000

(Maui will multiply a job's XFactor value by 1000 and then add this value to its total priority

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