Re: Plugins Question - Skipping SGE Install
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Following up on this, I just added a disable_queue option to the config
and also a --disable-queue flag to the 'start' command in the latest
github code. With these options you can either:
1. Disable SGE for a given template in the config:
This will disable SGE for any cluster using the 'smallcluster' template.
2. Disable SGE for a given cluster at start time:
$ starcluster start --disable-queue mycluster
On 10/18/10 2:39 PM, Justin Riley wrote:
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> Hi Austin,
> SGE is harmless if you're not using it, but I see your point that it's
> extra setup if you're not planning to use it. I'm considering moving it
> to a plugin but not sure yet on the right way to go about that. By now
> folks are expecting it to be there and would probably think that there
> was a bug if it didn't come up automatically without needing to do
> something special to their config. Could just be a simple disable_sge
> flag in a template I suppose but using plugins is a cleaner approach.
> I'll have to think about this one...
> On 10/15/2010 10:07 AM, Austin Godber wrote:
>> Hello Everyone,
>> I was just looking at the StarCluster Plugins and was wondering how
>> to do the following things:
>> * Define an alternative to the DefaultClusterSetup
>> * Optionally omit the _setup_sge() from the DefaultClusterSetup
>> The point being that most of the DefaultClusterSetup is quite generic.
>> Its just that SGE may not be needed in some cases. It seems the plugin
>> design includes only the ability to extend DefaultClusterSetup and never
>> provide an alternative.
>> No hurry with a response, I am just reading the code and thinking about
>> writing plugins.
>> StarCluster mailing list
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