[gridengine users] scratch space requirement / scr_free option ?
harry.mangalam at uci.edu
Wed Aug 3 17:28:43 UTC 2011
On Wednesday 03 August 2011 07:52:46 Reuti wrote:
> Am 03.08.2011 um 16:19 schrieb Harry Mangalam:
> > I'm running SGE 6.2 and a user has the need to specify minimum
> > scratch space. I thought the specification for this check in a
> > qsub script is #$ -l scr_free=XG
> where did you get this "scr_free" from?
I found it in a listing of qsub parameters (the original item now lost
to the mists of time), but perhaps from the duke site which still
> > Or is this a locally defined attribute that has to be configured?
> > (In the Complex Configuration screen, there is no predefined
> > 'scr_free' attribute..)
> It can be implemented as a consumable resource or a load_sensor
> checking the remaining space in your designated scratch directory
> (or also a combination of both while the more restrictive limit
> will be used).
> > If the latter, can this be defined on a per-node basis (as the
> > result of a script) or does it have to be a static value?
> Even as static value it can be defined per node in the exechost
> definition besides being a load sensor. Neverthless there is an
> additonal entry possible in the global exechost confgiuration in
> case you have a global (common) scratch space too.
> -- Reuti
> Hint: http://arc.liv.ac.uk/SGE/howto/loadsensor.html
Thanks very much, Reuti, as usual.
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