The syntax of the requirement expressions is defined as:
stmt::= expr expr::= VARIABLE '=' INTEGER | VARIABLE '>' INTEGER | VARIABLE '<' INTEGER | VARIABLE '=' STRING | expr '&' expr | expr '|' expr | '!' expr | '(' expr ')'
Each expression is evaluated to 1 (TRUE) or 0 (FALSE). Only those hosts for which the requirement expression is evaluated to TRUE will be considered to execute the job.
Logical operators are as expected ( less '<', greater '>', '&' AND, '|' OR, '!' NOT), '=' means equals with integers. When you use '=' operator with strings, it performs a shell wildcard pattern matching.
REQUIREMENTS = 'LRMS_TYPE = "pbs"' # Only use pbs REQUIREMENTS = 'HOSTNAME = "*.es"' # Only hosts ending in ".es" REQUIREMENTS = 'HOSTNAME = "mycomputer"' # Only use mycomputer REQUIREMENTS = 'ARCH = "x86_64"' # Only host x86_64 architecture REQUIREMENTS = 'ARCH = "x86_64" & HOSTNAME = "*.es"' # Only hosts ending in ".es" and have x86_64 architecture
You can check the resources that match your requirements with wfr4g_resources -m GW_identification.
[user@mycomputer~]$ wrf4g_status -l Realization GW Stat Chunks Comp.Res WN Run.Sta ext % test 0 R 1/3 mycomputer ciclon WRF - 0.00 [user@mycomputer~]$ wrf4g_resources -m 0 HID QNAME RANK PRI SLOTS HOSTNAME 0 default 0 1 0 mycomputer
If you want to see more information about a single resource, use the wrf4g_resources command followed by the host identification (HID):
[user@mycomputer~]$ wrf4g_resources HID PRI OS ARCH NODES(U/F/T) LRMS HOSTNAME 0 1 GNU/Linux2.6.18 x86_64 0/1/1 FORK mycomputer [user@mycomputer~]$ wrf4g_resources 0 HID PRI OS ARCH NODES(U/F/T) LRMS HOSTNAME QUEUENAME SL(F/T) WALLT CPUT COUNT MAXR MAXQ STATUS DISPATCH PRIORITY 0 1 GNU/Linux2.6.18 x86_64 0/1/1 FORK mycomputer default 1/1 0 0 0 0 0 NULL Immediate NULL
The REQUIREMENTS values are:
|HOSTNAME||Execution host (e.g. mycomputer)|
|ARCH||Architecture of the execution host (e.g. i686, x86_64)|
|OS_NAME||Operating System name of the execution host (e.g. Linux, SL)|
|OS_VERSION||Operating System version of the execution host (e.g. 2.6.9-1.66, 3)|
|CPU_MODEL||CPU model of the execution host (e.g. Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2, PIV)|
|CPU_MHZ||CPU speed in MHz of the execution host|
|CPU_FREE||Percentage of free CPU of the execution host|
|NODECOUNT||Total number of cores of the execution host|
|SIZE_MEM_MB||Total memory size in MB of the execution host|
|FREE_MEM_MB||Free memory in MB of the execution hosts|
|SIZE_DISK_MB||Total disk space in MB of the execution hosts|
|FREE_DISK_MB||Free disk space in MB of the execution hosts|
|LRMS_TYPE||Type of local DRM system for execution (e.g. pbs, sge)|
|QUEUE_NAME||Name of the queue (e.g. default, short)|
|QUEUE_NODECOUNT||Total node count of the queue|
|QUEUE_FREENODECOUNT||Free node count of the queue|
|QUEUE_MAXTIME||Maximum wall time of jobs in the queue|
|QUEUE_MAXCPUTIME||Maximum CPU time of jobs in the queue|
|QUEUE_MAXCOUNT||Maximum count of jobs that can be submitted in one request to the queue|
|QUEUE_MAXRUNNINGJOBS||Maximum number of running jobs in the queue|
|QUEUE_MAXJOBSINQUEUE||Maximum number of queued jobs in the queue|
|QUEUE_DISPATCHTYPE||Dispatch type of the queue (e.g. batch, inmediate)|
|QUEUE_PRIORITY||Priority of the queue|
|QUEUE_STATUS||Status of the queue (e.g. active, production)|
The syntax of the environment expressions is specified in a comma-separated, source/destination pair.
stmt::= VARIABLE = VALUE, VARIABLE = VALUE, ...
ENVIRONMENT = 'MAXWALLTIME = 00:01:00' # 60 seconds of max walltime ENVIRONMENT = 'MAXWALLTIME = 00:01:00, MAXMEMORY = 2000' # 60 seconds of max walltime and 2 GB of RAM memory
The variables defined in the ENVIRONMENT are:
|MAXCPUTIME||Maximum amount of CPU time used by all processes in the job (HH:MM:SS)|
|MAXWALLTIME||Maximum amount of real time during which the job can be in the running state (HH:MM:SS)|
|MAXMEMORY||Maximum amount of physical memory used by the job (MB)|