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[farmshare-discuss] Check barley queuing sequence?
esten at stanford.edu
Wed Dec 19 11:55:11 PST 2012
You can see all the jobs in the queue with
qstat -u "*"
The number of currently running jobs can be found with:
qstat -u "*" | grep " r " | wc -l
The number of queued jobs can be found with:
qstat -u "*" | grep " qw " | wc -l
BTW I don't know why only the precise-long queue is running. Normally the
total running jobs is 400+ not 25.
From: farmshare-discuss-bounces at lists.stanford.edu
[mailto:farmshare-discuss-bounces at lists.stanford.edu] On Behalf Of Alex
Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2012 11:38 AM
To: Open discussion for users of FarmShare
Subject: Re: [farmshare-discuss] Check barley queuing sequence?
Sorry, there is no convenient way to estimate when your jobs might run.
For an upper bound, assume each currently running job will use the maximum
Jobs in state 'qw' are not necessarily listed in the order in which they
will be run, since they often have different resource requirements. But
again as an upper bound, you can estimate that the jobs listed above yours
will run first and will run for the maximum allowable time.
On 12/19/12 11:12 AM, Jack Wu wrote:
> Hi all,
> My jobs are in the 'qw' state for half a day, although their priorities
are slowly moving up (~0.30ish). I wish to know whether there is a way to
check how many jobs are ahead of mine so as to estimate the queuing time.
Or I can do nothing but staring at my jobs' priorities?
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