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Re: [HTCondor-users] howto set ulimit -l unlimited for openmpiscript or other condor jobs on debian 9 for htcondor 8.8?
- Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2019 15:49:21 +0000
- From: Tim Theisen <tim@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [HTCondor-users] howto set ulimit -l unlimited for openmpiscript or other condor jobs on debian 9 for htcondor 8.8?
The /etc/init.d/condor file is not used. Distributing it was a mistake
on our part.
So, we should modify the systemd configuration.
When updating the condor service, one should not modify the system
installed service file. Instead, create a file with overrides to the
distributed configuration. Here are the steps:
1. mkdir /etc/systemd/system/condor.service.d 2. Put the following 2 lines into
3. Force a systemd reload: systemctl daemon-reload
4. Finally, restart HTCondor: systemctl restart condor
On 3/28/19 3:56 PM, Harald van Pee wrote:
> Dear htcondor experts,
> we running htcondor 8.8.1 on debian 9 with vanilla universe jobs without
> problems and now want to start openmpi jobs in parallel universe, but
> to do so
> we need to set max locked memory to a high value
> I have set
> ulimit -l unlimited
> the openmpiscript itself.
> And added to
> then I have down a
> systemctl daemon-reload
> systemctl restart condor
> on all condor hosts.
> But after starting openmpiscript
> ulimit -l
> inside of the script shows
> max locked memory (kbytes, -l) 64
> And as expected the job does not run properly.
> What I have done wrong? How I have to set the
> max locked memory
> limit for condor jobs/scripts?
> Best regards
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