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Re: [Condor-users] Max. amount of Jobs in queue
- Date: Wed, 27 May 2009 09:10:30 -0500
- From: Matthew Farrellee <matt@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Max. amount of Jobs in queue
Max Raith wrote:
> Hey Condor Users,
> Condor is set up in a Pool of 5 Windows Machines(Intel Dual Cores).
> So far it works fine and first test runs were successful. Our goal is
> to run a simulation and an analysis with 150000 input files. The
> Submisson took a while, but it worked. So we let the Condorpool do
> its work over the night and its still running. So we have some
> concerns about the maximuam amout of jobs in the scheduler of the
> central manager. Are there any known restrictions or limits? As I
> havent used the requeriement statement in the submit file , it seems
> that the order the jobs are executed happends randomly. Can I
> influnce this behavoir in any way? I would like to have a first in
> first out principe.
> Thanks in advance
> Best regards
> Max Raith
Have a look at job priorities...
And, man condor_submit (search for "priority = <integer>"
The Schedd has a default limit of *running* 200 jobs at a time, but that
won't effect you until you have >200 slots available. A single Schedd
should not have much problem with 150K submitted jobs. Are there