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Re: [Condor-users] Job was evicted
- Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2008 18:15:52 +0100
- From: Harald van Pee <pee@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Job was evicted
On Wednesday 16 January 2008 04:44 pm, Dan Bradley wrote:
> Have you set PREEMPTION_REQUIREMENTS=False?
no, but is this realy what I want?
I want to have preemption on the base of user priority during scheduling jobs!
But I NEVER want to have automatically killed and restartet any job.
How can I get this?
> More info on disabling preemption:
> Harald van Pee wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >I have a strange problem with condor 6.8.5 on linux.
> >In general everything works fine, all nodes are present and heavy loaded.
> >On all nodes I have configured:
> >START = TRUE
> >PREEMPT = FALSE
> >SUSPEND = False
> >KILL = False
> >WANT_SUSPEND = False
> >WANT_VACATE = False
> >CLAIM_WORKLIFE = 120
> >intended is, that a running job never will be evicted!
> >(This is because most of the jobs have to run in vanilla universe.)
> >But if an job finishes, another user get a chance to run his job.
> >In general this seems to work, but today we have had an nice-users with
> > very high userprio (501851872).
> >All of his running jobs were interrupted, but startet again and
> > interrupted again ...
> >I first don't believe that his jobs are interrupted by condor, but indeed
> >after I lower the userprio everything runs smooth.
> >Now the question is: have I configured anything wrong, or are the
> > statements above not enough to get what I want?
> >Must I give also
> >VACATE = Fase?
> >Or is this a condor problem?
> >Any suggestions?
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