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sge_execd and load sensors
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cjf001
2010-12-06 22:39:54 UTC
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Hi, quick question - does anyone know how often the
sge_execd runs the load sensors configured for an
execution host ? Is that time configurable anywhere ?

Thanks,

John
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ppk
2010-12-07 00:10:53 UTC
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qconf -sconf | grep load_report
load_report_time 00:00:40

man sge_conf

load_report_time
System load is reported periodically by the
execution daemons to ge_qmaster(8). The parameter
load_report_time defines the time
interval between load reports.

Each ge_execd(8) may use a different load report
time. Changing load_report_time will take immediate effect.

Note: Be careful when modifying load_report_time.
Reporting load too frequently might block ge_qmaster(8)
especially if the number
of execution hosts is large. Moreover, since the
system load typically increases and decreases smoothly,
frequent load reports
hardly offer any benefit.

The default for load_report_time is 40 seconds.

The global configuration entry for this value may be
overwritten by the execution host local configuration.

Prakashan
Post by cjf001
Hi, quick question - does anyone know how often the
sge_execd runs the load sensors configured for an
execution host ? Is that time configurable anywhere ?
Thanks,
John
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cjf001
2010-12-07 15:37:15 UTC
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Thanks !

John
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qconf -sconf | grep load_report
load_report_time 00:00:40
man sge_conf
load_report_time
System load is reported periodically by the execution daemons to
ge_qmaster(8). The parameter load_report_time defines the time
interval between load reports.
Each ge_execd(8) may use a different load report time. Changing
load_report_time will take immediate effect.
Note: Be careful when modifying load_report_time. Reporting load too
frequently might block ge_qmaster(8) especially if the number
of execution hosts is large. Moreover, since the system load typically
increases and decreases smoothly, frequent load reports
hardly offer any benefit.
The default for load_report_time is 40 seconds.
The global configuration entry for this value may be overwritten by the
execution host local configuration.
Prakashan
Post by cjf001
Hi, quick question - does anyone know how often the
sge_execd runs the load sensors configured for an
execution host ? Is that time configurable anywhere ?
Thanks,
John
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