In the same way you are (hopefully) already adding maximum runtime
(h_rt) and memory usage (virtual_free) resources.
You can add it as arguments to qsub/qcronsub or to your script file (#$
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Am 28.09.2012 16:43, schrieb Hersfold Wikipedia:
To clarify, this gets added to crontab jobs? If so,
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Sent: 9/28/2012 10:39
To: Wikimedia Toolserver
Subject: [Toolserver-l] Switching of SGE-arch-default at 9. October
like announced in July  the default arch of SGE will switch soon from
solaris to *. Originally that should happen at 1. October, but I forgot
the re-announce it and I'm sure some of you forgot about it too. So the switch
is hereby announced for
9. October, 20:00 UTC.
Jobs that are executed after this timestamp and has no arch-option will run on
any host (linux or solaris) instead of a solaris-host.
There are 4 ways for you to prepare (sorted):
-Make sure that you program runs on linux AND solaris, add "arch=*".
-Make sure that you program runs only on linux, add "arch=lx".
-Make sure that you program runs only on solaris, add "arch=sol".
-Do nothing, pray and see things break.
(Somehow I have the feeling most of you will choose 4…, please make me wrong).