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  • Latest Post - ‏2009-10-12T04:56:13Z by dwyane
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Pinned topic Job execution

‏2009-04-30T14:12:27Z |
Hi,
All my submitted jobs are just in queue.
I don't know how to let them be executed.
Here are my job scripts:


#!/bin/sh # # Sample script to show basic function of LoadLeveler # - since no 
"executable" is specified, 

this file 
"job1.cmd" will be used as #   the executable # # @ error   = job1.$(Host).$(Cluster).$(Process).err # @ output  = job1.$(Host).$(Cluster).$(Process).out # @ queue # @ queue   # # simulate a compute bound job by killing some time # sleep 60   echo The name of 

this job is $0 echo   echo This job is running on `hostname` echo   echo This job is running from `pwd` echo   echo The environment is `env` echo   echo These ids are logged onto the system: who


and here is my LoadL_admin file:


# LoadL_admin file: Remove comments and edit 

this file to suit your installation. # This file consists of machine, class, user, group and adapter stanzas. # Each stanza has defaults, as specified in a 
"defaults:" section. # Default stanzas are used to set specifications 

for fields which are # not specified. # Class, user, group, and adapter stanzas are optional.  When no adapter # stanzas are specified, LoadLeveler determines adapters dynamically.  Refer to # Using and Administering LoadLeveler 

for  detailed information about # keywords and associated values.  Also see LoadL_admin.1 in the # ~loadl/samples directory 

for sample stanzas. ############################################################################# # DEFAULTS FOR MACHINE, CLASS, USER, AND GROUP STANZAS: # Remove initial # (comment), and edit to suit. # 

default:        type = machine #               central_manager = 

false  # 

default not central manager #               schedd_host = 

false      # 

default not a 

public scheduler #               submit_only = 

false      # 

default not a submit-only machine #               speed = 1                # 

default machine speed #               cpu_speed_scale = 

false  # scale cpu limits by speed #               resources = ConsumableCpus(4) licenseA(1)     

default:        type = 

class             # 

default 

class stanza #               priority = 0             # 

default ClassSysprio #               max_processors = -1      # 

default max processors 

for 

class (no # limit) wall_clock_limit = 30:00 # 

default wall clock limit #               default_resources = ConsumableCpus(2) FloatingLicenseX(1)   

default:        type = user              # 

default user stanza #               priority = 0             # 

default UserSysprio default_class = No_Class # 

default 

class = No_Class (not # optional) default_group = No_Group # 

default group = No_Group (not # optional) #               maxjobs = -1             # 

default maximum jobs user is allowed # to run simultaneously (no limit) #               maxqueued = -1           # 

default maximum jobs user is allowed # on system queue (no limit).  does not # limit jobs submitted. #

default 

for interactive class. default_interactive_class = inter_class 

default:        type = group             # 

default group stanza #               priority = 0             # 

default GroupSysprio #               maxjobs = -1             # 

default maximum jobs group is allowed # to run simultaneously (no limit) #               maxqueued = -1           # 

default maximum jobs group is allowed # on system queue (no limit).  does not # limit jobs submitted. ############################################################################# # MACHINE STANZAS: # These are the machine stanzas; the first machine is defined as # the central manager.  mach1:, mach2:, etc. are machine name labels - # revise these placeholder labels with the names of the machines in the # pool, and specify any schedd_host and submit_only keywords and values # (

true or 

false), 

if required. #############################################################################   pnode1ml: type = machine central_manager = 

true schedd_host = 

true adapter_stanzas = pnode1ml pnode1sn0 pnode1sn1 pnode1 alias = pnode1 pnode2ml: type = machine central_manager = alt schedd_host = 

true adapter_stanzas = pnode2ml pnode2sn0 pnode2sn1 pnode2 alias = pnode2 psto1ml: type = machine schedd_host = 

true adapter_stanzas = psto1ml psto1sn0 psto1sn1 psto1 alias = psto1 psto2ml: type = machine schedd_host = 

true adapter_stanzas = psto2ml psto2sn0 psto2sn1 psto2 alias = psto2 pnode31ml: type = machine schedd_host = 

true adapter_stanzas = pnode31ml pnode31sn0 pnode31sn1 pnode31 alias = pnode31 ############################################################################# # ADAPTER STANZAS: (optional) # These are sample adapter stanzas; # revise labels and attributes 

for the adapters on your machines. ############################################################################# psto1sn1: type = adapter adapter_name = sn1 network_type = 

switch interface_address = 192.168.40.11 interface_name = psto1sn1 multilink_address = 192.168.50.11 logical_id = 6 adapter_type = Switch_Network_Interface_For_HPS device_driver_name = sni1 network_id = 1   psto1ml: type = adapter adapter_name = ml0 network_type = multilink interface_address = 192.168.50.11 interface_name = psto1ml multilink_list = sn1,sn0   psto1sn0: type = adapter adapter_name = sn0 network_type = 

switch interface_address = 192.168.30.11 interface_name = psto1sn0 multilink_address = 192.168.50.11 logical_id = 15 adapter_type = Switch_Network_Interface_For_HPS device_driver_name = sni0 network_id = 1 psto1: type = adapter adapter_name = en0 network_type = ethernet interface_address = 10.8.74.32 interface_name = psto1 device_driver_name = ent0   psto2sn1: type = adapter adapter_name = sn1 network_type = 

switch interface_address = 192.168.40.12 interface_name = psto2sn1 multilink_address = 192.168.50.12 logical_id = 7 adapter_type = Switch_Network_Interface_For_HPS device_driver_name = sni1 network_id = 1   psto2sn0: type = adapter adapter_name = sn0 network_type = 

switch interface_address = 192.168.30.12 interface_name = psto2sn0 multilink_address = 192.168.50.12 logical_id = 10 adapter_type = Switch_Network_Interface_For_HPS device_driver_name = sni0 network_id = 1   psto2ml: type = adapter adapter_name = ml0 network_type = multilink interface_address = 192.168.50.12 interface_name = psto2ml multilink_list = sn1,sn0   psto2: type = adapter adapter_name = en0 network_type = ethernet interface_address = 10.8.74.33 interface_name = psto2 device_driver_name = ent0   pnode2sn0: type = adapter adapter_name = sn0 network_type = 

switch interface_address = 192.168.30.14 interface_name = pnode2sn0 multilink_address = 192.168.50.14 logical_id = 2 adapter_type = Switch_Network_Interface_For_HPS device_driver_name = sni0 network_id = 1   pnode2ml: type = adapter adapter_name = ml0 network_type = multilink interface_address = 192.168.50.14 interface_name = pnode2ml multilink_list = sn0,sn1   pnode2sn1: type = adapter adapter_name = sn1 network_type = 

switch interface_address = 192.168.40.14 interface_name = pnode2sn1 multilink_address = 192.168.50.14 logical_id = 5 adapter_type = Switch_Network_Interface_For_HPS device_driver_name = sni1 network_id = 1 pnode2: type = adapter adapter_name = en0 network_type = ethernet interface_address = 10.8.74.35 interface_name = pnode2 device_driver_name = ent0   pnode31sn0: type = adapter adapter_name = sn0 network_type = 

switch interface_address = 192.168.30.15 interface_name = pnode31sn0 multilink_address = 192.168.50.15 logical_id = 3 adapter_type = Switch_Network_Interface_For_HPS device_driver_name = sni0 network_id = 1   pnode31ml: type = adapter adapter_name = ml0 network_type = multilink interface_address = 192.168.50.15 interface_name = pnode31ml multilink_list = sn0,sn1   pnode31sn1: type = adapter adapter_name = sn1 network_type = 

switch interface_address = 192.168.40.15 interface_name = pnode31sn1 multilink_address = 192.168.50.15 logical_id = 14 adapter_type = Switch_Network_Interface_For_HPS device_driver_name = sni1 network_id = 1 pnode31: type = adapter adapter_name = en0 network_type = ethernet interface_address = 10.8.74.36 interface_name = pnode31 device_driver_name = ent0   pnode1sn1: type = adapter adapter_name = sn1 network_type = 

switch interface_address = 192.168.40.13 interface_name = pnode1sn1 multilink_address = 192.168.50.13 logical_id = 4 adapter_type = Switch_Network_Interface_For_HPS device_driver_name = sni1 network_id = 1   pnode1sn0: type = adapter adapter_name = sn0 network_type = 

switch interface_address = 192.168.30.13 interface_name = pnode1sn0 multilink_address = 192.168.50.13 logical_id = 11 adapter_type = Switch_Network_Interface_For_HPS device_driver_name = sni0 network_id = 1   pnode1: type = adapter adapter_name = en0 network_type = ethernet interface_address = 10.8.74.34 interface_name = pnode1 device_driver_name = ent0   pnode1ml: type = adapter adapter_name = ml0 network_type = multilink interface_address = 192.168.50.13 interface_name = pnode1ml multilink_list = sn1,sn0


Do you have any suggestions, please help ?
Updated on 2009-10-12T04:56:13Z at 2009-10-12T04:56:13Z by dwyane
  • dwyane
    dwyane
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    Re: Job execution

    ‏2009-10-12T04:56:13Z  
    Hey,

    Do you run TWS LoadLeveler, Jobs will not be able to run in a mixed cluster with TWS LoadLeveler 3.5.0.1 - 3.5.0.4 service levels with either TWS LoadLeveler 3.5.0.5 or TWS LoadLeveler 3.5.1.1.

    A coexistence issue was introduced in TWS LoadLeveler 3.5.0.5 which also affected TWS LoadLeveler 3.5.1.1.


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