[gridengine users] no memory usage for qlogin jobs

Michael Stauffer mgstauff at gmail.com
Fri Apr 10 20:12:19 UTC 2015


Yes we use ssh, and I don't know what 'tight integration' means. Could you
clue me in or point me somewhere? Thanks.

-M

On Fri, Apr 10, 2015 at 4:00 PM, Brendan Moloney <moloney at ohsu.edu> wrote:

>  No, that is not normal. I am guessing you use SSH for qlogin and don't
> have tight integration setup?
>
>  ------------------------------
> *From:* users-bounces at gridengine.org [users-bounces at gridengine.org] on
> behalf of Michael Stauffer [mgstauff at gmail.com]
> *Sent:* Friday, April 10, 2015 12:31 PM
> *To:* Gridengine Users Group
> *Subject:* [gridengine users] no memory usage for qlogin jobs
>
>   Version OGS/GE 2011.11p1 (Rocks 6.1)
>
>  Hi,
>
>  When I run qacct, I don't get any memory info for qlogin jobs, just
> 0.000. Is this normal? qsub jobs return memory usage information. Thanks
> for any help.
>
>  [mgstauff at chead ~]$ qacct -d 1 -o mgstauff -j
>  qname        qlogin.q
> hostname     compute-0-9.local
> group        mgstauff
> owner        mgstauff
> project      NONE
> department   defaultdepartment
> jobname      QLOGIN
> jobnumber    836367
> taskid       undefined
> account      sge
> priority     0
> qsub_time    Fri Apr 10 15:19:00 2015
> start_time   Fri Apr 10 15:19:00 2015
> end_time     Fri Apr 10 15:25:06 2015
> granted_pe   NONE
> slots        1
> failed       0
> exit_status  255
> ru_wallclock 366
> ru_utime     0.014
> ru_stime     0.004
> ru_maxrss    3744
> ru_ixrss     0
> ru_ismrss    0
> ru_idrss     0
> ru_isrss     0
> ru_minflt    1926
> ru_majflt    0
> ru_nswap     0
> ru_inblock   0
> ru_oublock   32
> ru_msgsnd    0
> ru_msgrcv    0
> ru_nsignals  0
> ru_nvcsw     67
> ru_nivcsw    38
> cpu          0.018
> mem          0.000
> io           0.000
> iow          0.000
> maxvmem      0.000
>
>  -M
>
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