[gridengine users] qconf -aattr/-mattr support for "rqs" object ?
reuti at Staff.Uni-Marburg.DE
Tue Jul 3 14:45:22 UTC 2012
Am 03.07.2012 um 16:27 schrieb CB:
> In OGS/GE 2011.11 man page, qconf, it says:
> <cut .... >
> -aattr obj_spec attr_name val obj_instance,...
> <add to object attributes>
> Allows adding specifications to a single configuration list attribute in
> multiple instances of an object with a single command. Currently supported
> objects are the queue, the host, the host group, the parallel environment,
> the resource quota sets and the checkpointing interface configuration being
> specified as queue , exechost , hostgroup , pe , rqs or ckpt in obj_spec.
> <cut for clarity>
> For the obj_spec rqs the obj_instance is a unique identifier for a specific
> rule. The identifier consists of a rule-set name and either the number of
> the rule in the list, or the name of the rule, separated by a /
> <cut the rest...>
> However, when I tried to use qconf -mattr rqs, it failed with the following:
> $ qconf -mattr rqs enabled=false slots_per_user
> Modification of object "rqs" not supported
> Does "qconf -mattr" support the rqs object? Or is this a bug in the man page?
The name is "resource_quota", and there is not equal sign necessary:
$ qconf -mattr resource_quota enabled false foobar
$ qconf -mattr resource_quota limit slots=42 foobar/1
IIRC I checked the source for the correct name, as it's nowhere documented.
> If it does support the rqs object, what did I wrong?
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