we have a job which moves some jobs from our routing-queue to one of the execution queues based on some ressources and user limits from a third-party-system.
We have the problem that the job is moved to the queue by event=queuejob and then the user gets the information, that the job is rejected:
qsub: Access to queue is denied
Then i look into the server log, i see that the error is 15022.
The code looks like this (only parts): https://gist.github.com/Phhere/1451349967e2272b4c338012e5508200
Do you have any idea how to fix this problem?
The Queue UV2000 has this settings:
create queue UV2000
set queue UV2000 queue_type = Execution
set queue UV2000 Priority = 145
set queue UV2000 max_queued = [u:PBS_GENERIC=1024]
set queue UV2000 from_route_only = True
set queue UV2000 default_chunk.arch = uv2000
set queue UV2000 default_chunk.Qlist = uv2000
set queue UV2000 enabled = True
set queue UV2000 started = True
University Düsseldorf, Germany
Hello Philipp, you are getting this rejection because of the “from_route_only” queue attribute. Setting the queue on a job directly from a queuejob hook does not qualify as a job being routed into the execution queue from a routing queue.
I already suspected this and changed from_route_only to false.
In which kind of hook would it work?
“we have a job which moves some jobs from our routing-queue to one of the
execution queues based on some ressources and user limits from a
Philipp, I think we need to find out what is the purpose of this moving job
If the third-party system is a licensed application, and we are waiting on
licenses, then you need to implement a license sensor.
If perhaps the job is waiting for another job to finish, ie there is a
workflow and a series of jobs which are run to process the data,
then maybe you should use a job dependency?
I hope I have not said somthing stupid.
We want all jobs which meet one of the following conditions to get moved to the UV2000-Queue:
- more than 24 cores in one chunk
- more than 120gb ram in one chunk
- have arch=uv2000 as ressource
If you have an idea how we can configure this, it would be great if you share your idea
Section 4.8.40, “Routing Jobs”, on page 185 in the 14.2.1 Admin Guide,
might be helpful. It presents methods for collecting and routing jobs.