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Re: [Condor-users] Running "light" jobs on machines with users
- Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2007 11:05:13 +0300
- From: "Mark Silberstein" <marks@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Running "light" jobs on machines with users
What you're asking is not simple if you want to do it in a REAL proper
way, which will then allow to extend it further and further. I think
you should have a look at the following DOC:
But there is a simple way to do something close to what you want.
1. you should add to every job's classad a parameter saying if it is
light or not. You do it by adding to your submit file:
2. In your start expression you should say something like ( sorry -
don't remember the exact syntax)
$(START) || ( TIME_OF_DAY>_MORNING_ && TIME_OF_DAY<_EVENING_ &&
TARGET.LIGHT_JOB =?=TRUE )
if you want just ALWAYS to allow LIGHT_JOBs, then it's even simplier.
$(START) || (TARGET.LIGHT_JOB =?=TRUE)
On 6/11/07, shay ohayon <shay.ohayon@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
We have a small condor pool, but during office hours, most executing
computers are busy with users working on them. Therefore, I can not
execute heavy jobs on these machines. However, since I also have
several "light" jobs that require little CPU, I would like to setup a
configuration that allows the execution of only "light" machines,
regardless of user activity.
Any Ideas how to do this?
How do I setup different starting rules for different virtual machines?
Israel Institute of Technology (Technion)
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