SGE and sql-s1-rr

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SGE and sql-s1-rr

Tim Landscheidt
Hi,

most of dbreps's jobs have been waiting for more than a
month with:

| scheduling info:            queue instance "[hidden email]" dropped because it is temporarily not available
|                             queue instance "[hidden email]" dropped because it is disabled
|                             queue instance "[hidden email]" dropped because it is disabled
|                             queue instance "[hidden email]" dropped because it is disabled
|                             queue instance "[hidden email]" dropped because it is full
|                             (-l arch=linux-x64,h_rt=12300,mem_free=2070M,sql-s1-rr=1,sqlprocs-s1=1,virtual_free=2070M) cannot run globally because it offers only gc:sql-s1-rr=0.000000

Does that mean that the resource sql-s1-rr is depleted?  Are
the database servers really that congested?

I see that /sge/scripts/sensor/sqlslots2.pl was changed on
October 17th.  Could the calculation of the DB slots be
wrong, or would changes in that file not affect the resource
sql-s1-rr?

Tim


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Re: SGE and sql-s1-rr

Tim Landscheidt
I wrote:

> [...]

> I see that /sge/scripts/sensor/sqlslots2.pl was changed on
> October 17th.  Could the calculation of the DB slots be
> wrong, or would changes in that file not affect the resource
> sql-s1-rr?

I don't know how, but this appears to be working now, so
I'll add the resource requirements to my qsub calls again.

Tim


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