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Also, are you using t1.micro instances by chance? If so you'll want to
check the load and memory usage on the master node and the new node
$ free -m
The micro instances run out of resources very quickly which could cause
your jobs to stay queued until the load averages go down.
On 2/23/12 5:56 PM, Justin Riley wrote:
> Assuming the node is successfully added to SGE new jobs should start
> running on the new host. I need more details to help you with this. Does
> running 'qhost' on the master node show the new node after running
> addnode for example? Also how did you submit your jobs? What are your
> jobs slot requirements?
> If you could attach the output of 'qhost' and 'qstat' after queueing
> jobs and running 'addnode' that would be helpful in figuring out what
> the issue is.
> On 2/23/12 1:56 PM, Robert Yu wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have many jobs queued up. I then run "addnode" but these jobs don't
> > seem to take advantage of the new resource. Is there something I need
> > to do to inform sge there are new resources? Maybe delete and
> > resubmit? Or maybe restart the sge daemons?
> > Thanks.
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