[gridengine users] Deleting PE referenced by wildcard
w.hay at ucl.ac.uk
Fri May 25 14:01:47 UTC 2012
On 25 May 2012 14:45, Fritz Ferstl <fferstl at univa.com> wrote:
> Hhhhmmm ... would need to look into the code whether it even would
> complain about that for a queued job. It's clear for a running job and if
> that job was running before and got requeued then it would be easily
> explicable, I guess. Might that be the case?
I don't think this job has ever run. Indeed it has a fun bug where it
claims it can't run because each PE has only 2 billion slots. Possibly
It certainly hasn't run in the PE in question as that PE and the associated
queue were only created so I could test something out. The hosts on which
the queue existed
had a very restrictive projects setting.
> Am 25.05.2012 um 15:24 schrieb William Hay:
> On 25 May 2012 14:00, Fritz Ferstl <fferstl at univa.com> wrote:
> Hi William,
> remove it from the queue's pe_list. Then wait for the job(s) to finish
> you can delete it.
> I deleted the only queue that referenced it. There were no jobs in
> the PE or the queue
> that had referenced it. The job it complained about was in 'qw' state
> but the pe wildcard
> it requested matched the name of the PE I wanted to delete as well as
> ones I want to keep.
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