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Possible Status of a job Submitted to CBU adaptive queueing system

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Possible Status of a job Submitted to CBU adaptive queueing system

Posted by Dr Fawad Jamshed at January 13. 2014

Queue status


qstat
  • Job ID: the job identifier assigned by PBS
  • Username: the job owner
  • Queue: the queue in which the job resides
  • Jobname: the job name
  • SessID: the session id (if the job is running)
  • NDS:  the number of chunks or nodes requested by the job (not shown correctly)
  • TSK: the number of CPUs requested by the job (not shown correctly)
  • Req'd Memory:   amount of memory requested by the jobthe number of nodes requested by the job
  • Req'd Time: either the CPU time, if specified, or wall time requested by the job, (hh:mm).
  • S: the job's current state which can be any of the following

C = Job is completed 
E = Job is exiting.
H = Job is held
Q = - job is queued, eligible to run.
R = Job is running.
S = Suspended by the queue.
T - job is being moved to new location
W = waiting for its executing time

  • Elap Time: the amount of CPU time or wall time used by the job (hh:mm).


qstat -Q

  • Queue: the queue name
  • Max: the maximum number of jobs that may be run in the queue concur­rently (0 = not defined)
  • Tot: the total number of jobs in the queue
  • Ena: the enable (yes) or disabled (no) status of the queue
  • Str: the started (yes) or stopped (no) status of the queue
  • QueRunHldWatTrnExt (same as Q, R, H, W, T, E above, respectively):
  • Type: the type of queue, execution or routing.

qstat -q

This commad shows the status of queues in an alternative format:

    • Queue: the queue name
    • Memory: the maximum amount of memory a job in the queue may request
    • CPU Time the maximum amount of CPU time a job in the queue may request
    • Walltime: the maximum amount of wall time a job in the queue may request
    • Node: the maximum amount of nodes a job in the queue may request
    • Run: the number of jobs in the queue in the running state
    • Que: the number of jobs in the queue in the queued state
    • Lm: the maximum number (limit) of jobs that may be run in the queue concurrently
    • State: The state of the queue is given by a pair of letters:
  • E R - Enabled Running (started)
  • E S - Enabled Stopped
  • D R - Disabled Running (started)
  • D S - Disabled Stopped
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