Re: Starcluster SGE usage
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You can modify the all.q queue to assign a fixed number of slots to each
- If I remember correctly, "$ qconf -mq all.q" will bring up the
configuration of the all.q queue in an editor.
- Under the "slots" attribute should be a semilengthly string such as
- Try replacing the entire string with a single number such as "2". This
should assign each host to have only two slots.
- Save the configuration and try a simple submission with the 'orte'
parallel environment and let me know if it works.
On Tue, Oct 16, 2012 at 1:37 PM, John St. John
> I am having issues telling qsub to limit the number of jobs ran at any one
> time on each node of the cluster. There are sometimes ways to do this with
> things like "qsub -l node=1:ppn=1" or "qsub -l procs=2" or something. I
> even tried "qsub -l slots=2" but that gave me an error and told me to use
> the parallel environment. When I tried to use the "orte" parallel
> environment like "-pe orte 2" I see "slots=2" in my qstat list, but
> everything gets executed on one node at the same parallelization as before.
> How do I limit the number of jobs per node? I am running a process that
> consumes a very large amount of ram.
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