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Re: [Linux-cluster] qstat -f and exec_host output



Okay!  Thanks for the heads-up and re-direct to the proper venue for this question.  After I sent my query, I got to thinking that this really wasn't the place for it.

As it is, I figured out the answer.  Each node name is listed, and the 1-digit number signifies the CPU that is running the job. 

dave

On 12/1/06, Bas van der Vlies <basv sara nl> wrote:
dave first wrote:
> Hey all, I hope someone can help me understand exec_host part of the
> qstat -f output.
>
> Got a 15 node cluster with 4 CPUs per node, nodes are called n01, n02...
> n15.  Submitted a job with,
>
> #PBS -l nodes=3:ppn=4
>
> Job is running fine, but I don't understand the numbers for exec_host in
> qstat -f output.  Okay, I do understand that the nodes displayed are n01
> through n03.  What do the other numbers mean?  For instance,
> n03/3+n03/2.  What does that mean?
>
> exec_host =
> n03/3+n03/2+n03/1+n03/0+n02/3+n02/2+n02/1+n02/0+n01/3+n01/2+n01/1+n01/0

Dave,
  You post to the wrong list try: torqueusers supercluster org

n03/3+n03/2 This means that you have node/host n03 and use cpu 3 and cpu
2. See for documentation www.supercluster.org

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